Drug addiction George Saxman
Good Facts! Listen Kids! • Prescription drug addiction is the compulsive seeking and overuse-despite harmful consequences-of prescription drugs. • Misuse of prescription drugs involves using a medication for a purpose other than than which it was prescribed.
Kids this is not candy! The most commonly abused prescription drugs are: Opiods-used to treat pain example include morpine codeine and oxycodone. Central nervous system depressants-used to treat anxiety and sleep disorders example include barbiturate and benzodiazepines. Stimulants-used to treat narcolepsy and attention defiction hyperactivity disorder examples include dextroamphetamine and methylphenidate.
Kids these are not play toys nooo!! • The reason people become addiction to prescription drugs, and begin to take them in a harmful and non-prescribed manner are largely unknown. • There is evidence that genetic factors may play a part. • Anxiety derpeeionlonelines and a history of alcohlism are often associated with addiction.
Grugs and not fun or cool MMM KAY? Drugs abuse is a disease characterized by continued misuse of drugs even when faced with drug-related job legal health or family difficulties. the cause of drug abuse and dependence is unknown although there are a variety of theories.
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