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Drug Addiction

Drug Addiction

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Drug Addiction

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  1. Drug Addiction Navjeevan Rehabilitation Center

  2. Drug Addiction Drug addiction is a complex and chronic disease that affects your brain and behavior. When you are addicted to drugs, It gets almost impossible for you to resist the urge to use them no matter how much harm the drug may cause. Drug addiction can start with experimental use of a recreational drug, you may choose to take a drug because you like the way it makes you feel. But over time, it changes how your brain works and would make you lose self-control and lead you to damaging behaviors. Addiction is when you can’t stop the intake, Not when it puts your health in danger, Not even when it causes financial, emotional, and other problems for you or your loved ones.

  3. Effects of Drug Addiction Drug Addiction affects not just the addict but also everyone who comes into contact with that person. The addict will likely suffer from physical, emotional, social, financial and even legal consequences. If left untreated drug addiction will inevitably worsen over time, But when addicts do seek treatment for their drug abuse symptoms and are truly committed to their recovery programs they have real hope of finding lasting sobriety. You may need help from your family, friends, or rehabilitation center such as Navjeevan Rehabilitation center Patiala to overcome your drug addiction and stay drug-free.

  4. Most common drugs of addiction Cannabis - Marijuana Opioids – Heroin, Morphine Stimulants – Cocaine, Adderall Dissociatives – Ketamine, PCP Prescription – Vicodin, Oxycontin Alcohol Barbiturates Benzodiazepines Amphetamine Ecstasy LSD

  5. Drug Addiction Recovery Drug addiction recovery is a long-term process. Regular therapy sessions, group meetings, moral support from friends and relatives can provide much-needed guidance in making major lifestyle changes. In the end, persistence and determination of the person will make all the difference.

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