Table of Contents
- 1 Drug Abuse: Facts And Figures
- 2 The Effects Of Drug Abuse On The Physiology Of Brain
- 3 Risk Factors For Drug Abuse
- 4 Typical Signs And Symptoms Of Drug Abuse
- 5 Categories of Drugs With Potential For Abuse
- 6 When Does Drug Usage Evolves To Drug Abuse?
- 7 Approaching A Loved One With A Drug Abuse Problem
- 8 How to Avoid Prescription Painkiller Addiction?
- 9 Practical Tips for Preventing Drug Abuse
- 10 FAQs
The use of some chemicals to produce joyful effects on the brain is referred to as substance abuse or drug abuse. Over 190 million people use drugs worldwide, and the problem is growing at unprecedented rates, particularly in young people below the age of 30.
Drug addicts who use syringes are in danger of developing hepatitis B, C, and HIV infections, in addition to the long-term harm to their bodies that drug addiction causes.
Irrespective of age, gender, background, color, or why they began using drugs in the first place, people of all walks of life can have problems with their drug usage. Most people use psychoactive substances out of fascination, to have a great time, because their friends take it, or to alleviate tension, worry, or sadness.
However, it isn’t just illegal drugs like heroin or cocaine that can lead to addiction and abuse. Tranquilizers, sleeping pills, and painkillers are examples of prescription drugs that might create similar issues. Prescription painkillers, in reality, are the most abused drugs after marijuana in the United States, with more individuals dying each day from overdoses of potent opioid pills than from gun deaths and road traffic accidents combined. Opioid painkiller addiction is so severe that it has become a strong risk factor for heroin addiction.
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