In addiction the need for drug became compulsive and if the person did not have the drug he/she get some withdrawal symptoms that could be physical and/or mental. Treatments for addiction are called “addiction drug treatment”. Many addicted people tried to quit addiction their own, some of them [very less in numbers] get success in quitting their drug addiction but most of them failed to quit the addiction. If we think over the issue of quitting addiction, a comprehensive treatment will be helpful than any single treatment. Because the drug addiction has it’s effect on many aspects of person’s life, not only his or her physical and mental health, but also h... ... middle of paper ... ...reatment.
The urge can become so severe that your mind can find many other ways to deny the factor of addiction. Very few drug addicts can feel and realize when they have crossed the line with drugs. A drug addicts mind can build up a very large tolerance for the drug that they start to abandon the activities they used to do on a daily basis like showering, hobbies, socializing and even being associated with family members. The person with the addiction will continue to use the drug knowing that it is harming there body, but they don’t have any remorse. A drug addict will often try to hide their problem, so they can continue to use without anyone’s input.
Stress, there is no way to avoid stress being alive. For some reason, people try to avoid, or run away from their problems by doing all kinds of drugs, such as nicotine, marijuana, ecstasy, and much more. These drugs relaxes people, relieving stress for a period of time. Of course, doing drugs is not good for your health, and we can not really prevent people from doing drugs, and getting an addiction in the first place. What people with drug addictions need to do is find any source of help as soon as possible, relieve their stress, or just find a medication.
People will actually become educated on drugs. It 's surprising how many take drugs without knowing how bad it could harm their bodies. Addicts won 't be as afraid to get help from programs or those close to them. Addiction can really only be treated with the help of someone. Addicts can 't do it themselves, and if they try they often fail and it leads them to death.
Prescription pills are the most abused drug in the United States (Bell). With all these drugs being passed out, it makes it easier for addicts to stay addicted. This also helps new addictions to be formed, therefore not solving anything. So, medication for a “disease” like addiction isn’t helping much. We need to find a different approach to help addicts get through their problem, not lie to them and give them a reason to cry
For many reasons doctors believe that when a person has depression, they have to start taking medication for it as if medications help. People are becoming more dependent on antidepressants when there are other techniques for dealing with depression. What people don’t proclaim about depression is that it’s something serious. There are many people who have depression and has committed suicide or drink various of medications because they believe this is their only way out, but the truth is you don 't need medication to feel better. In “ Treatment
While funding for rehabilitation facilities could become an issue, drug users may continue their addiction without proper treatment, and therefore those arrested for drug use should be sent to a rehabilitation center instead of prison. The first step in ending the issue of drug use and abuse in our country is to cure the drug users from their addiction in a safe, controlled manner. As confirmed in an article from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, “Drug addiction is a chronic disease characterized by compulsive, or uncontrollable, drug seeking and use despite harmful consequences and changes in the brain, which can be long lasting.” (“Treatment Approaches for Drug Addiction”) The addiction of drugs is an actual disease, and cannot be brushed off as something that can be stopped at any point in time. Drug addiction is just as serious as any other diagnosed disease and must be cured accordingly. Prison will not benefit those addicted to drugs because it is a disease that must be treated, just as any other illness is.
A lot of public speakers who talk about abuse of drugs and addiction were once addicts themselves, or they actually know the effects of the dangers and they want people to not have to be a state of denial. Drugs can harm someone’s wellbeing and cause them to not see the good in things that they had once seen as fun or enjoyable. Works Cited "Official Foundation for a Drug-Free World Website, Prescription Drug Abuse." Official Foundation for a Drug-Free World Website, Prescription Drug Abuse. N.p., n.d.
People who are suffering from a terminal illness are sometimes unaware of the consequences of euthanasia and are suffering from anxiety and other mental impacts on themselves making them feel trapped and that there is only one option left for them. Legalising this would increase the rate of... ... middle of paper ... ...metimes you cannot control. Lastly, even though we are all entitled to our own rights, we as a nation need to realise that there are limitations to what we can and can’t do. We are not free to do things which violate the freedom of others. Even though this is the case, everything that you do affects other people whether it is family or friends.
Alcoholism and drug dependence can affect all aspects of a person’s life. Many people use alcohol or another substance to ease their pain, stress, or anxiety, some use it for recreational use, and others use it as medicine. Many can use a substance without a negative effect or becoming addicted to it, but in some the substance would affect their everyday life. For example, teenagers can’t function well at school or stay focused, parents will start losing jobs, abandon their children, ruin their relationships, and their life. These substances appear to be fun and enjoyable, but they will leave you feeling helpless, isolated, heartbroken, and even ashamed.