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  1. I I Privacy Overview This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities... Show more Necessary Always Enabled Non-Necessary Enabled HEROIN ADDICTION Addiction TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. What Is Heroin? 2. Heroin Intoxication 3. Heroin Addiction Symptoms — What Is Heroin? The opiate drug heroin comes from the seed pods of the poppy flower. Originally, it was a derivative of morphine, made by a chemist at the Bayer Company in 1874.Heroin uses were mostly medical, and it was intended to be a less addictive alternative for Morphin. The drug got the name due to its heroic qualities, although the irony was that, later research showed heroin was capable of getting absorbed into the brain more rapidly than morphine; it is also almost three times as potent.

  2. Heroin Administration Can Be: ★ Snorting ★ Smoking ★ Injecting Now,heroin is available as a brown powder, while the white powder form is very rare - although you can find it in a black tar form. White-powder heroin may contain milk powder, sugar, and starches, while the black tar form is usually of a lower grade. Another form of heroin most commonly found in the U.S. resembles a black Tootsie Roll that can be heated and injected into the bloodstream. Based on the drug's purity and other substances or contaminants mixed in it, and if it was created in an industrial process, its effects vary. — Heroin Intoxication The heroin mechanism of action differs from other drugs in the way it affects the brain's reward system. When the drug enters the body and bloodstream, it gets converted into morphine, making the user feel a euphoric sensation. Heroin is a CNS depressant that slows down the transmission of messages to and from the brain and body. The initial buzz or high of this sedative drug wears off and then the abusers experience a state called "the nod," lasting for several hours. During this time, it is hard to say whether they are drowsy, awake, or unconscious. Sometimes, this could lead to the user entering a comatose state, and they may eventually die. The heroin overdose deaths from the late 90s to date have increased exponentiall , while the recent estimates on the same show that the number has quadrupled in just one-year duration- from 2002 to 2013. Abusers also tend to take heroin in combination with other opioids. Combining heroin andalcoholand prescription painkillers like Vicodin has grown due to their raised prices and restricted availability in the market. — Heroin Addiction Symptoms Compared to other opioids, gettingaddicted to heroinis much easier even if the user tries it for one or two times. Since it is fastacting than morphine, it has a greater potential for abuse. Modern times display an increased health risk of the opioid epidemic, especially with heroin addiction. Having this addiction beats the abuse of all other drugs as the addicts feel a high that is much greater than they have ever experienced. Heroin addict behavior have no care in the world. Heroin Side Effects ★ Alternate states of drowsiness and wakefulness ★ Heart arrhythmia and palpitations ★ Decreased breathing and low blood pressure ★ Anxiety and heavy sweating ★ Depression and loss of concentration ★ Itchy skin, dry mouth, etc.

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