This headache that reoccurs is called drug rebound headache, which means that the headache returns after each dose of the medicine wears off and then this causes the patient to take another dosage. Some people also do not realize that with an excessive intake of caffeine consumption you can actually cause these headaches as well. So people should try and restrict themselves from consuming too much caffeine which can be found in the most common of beverages such as sodas, regular teas, and regular coffee. When this monstrous cycle begins, the only remedy is to stop taking the medication which will cause the headache to worsen. Sadly, this worsening headache can last anywhere from weeks to months, but in the long run a large percentage of patients see an enhancement in the headaches.
This is when the body goes into a dope sickness that will go into pain that is sweating, vomiting, diarrhea, cramps, tremors in the body and stomach pain are present, is not a happy site and situation to be in, but worth fighting for to never be enslave to heroin. The methadone is slightly related to heroin giving a lightly high feeling and is supervise by the doctor to help users recover by lowering the dosage, if the users are willing to make progress with recovery. The never ever happy ending of heroin war is to never going to disappear on the face of the planet. The psychological dependence on heroin brings the worse in a human life with a push of the needle gives great pleasure. The never ending battle of addiction and trafficking would end at the roots of the poppy fields that are cropped for every junkies need.
All drugs negatively affect the brain. That is why drugs can make your body feel high, low, slow, or fast, or make the user see things that are not truly there. Some drugs can hurt your brain and affect how you act and how your body feels. These problems might last just a little while, or for the rest of your life. Drug abuse and addiction will often change your brain chemistry (Effects of Drug Abuse).
It simply started out to be used for pain control, and then they felt like they needed more and more. They eventually became addicted to that prescription medication. Some people may start taking a drug to “feel numb” from abuse or emotional relationships with people that they have in their life. They may start taking a drug so they don’t have to deal with anymore of their problems in everyday life; it’s like a mental get away for them. Aside of why people are using drugs, the effects usually have more of an impact on ... ... middle of paper ... ... accident and got a prescription that they became addicted too.
So if a person was to try to stop they would experience withdrawal symptoms. Some drugs increase the levels of dopamine neurotransmitter in the brain that control the pleasure. Other drugs like depressants, when becoming addicted to them the body gets immune and begins to need larger doses to get any effect from the drug. The depressants slow down the brains activity causing it to get out of control if a person was to stop, which then can lead to seizures and other problems. Prescription drug abuse is a rising problem in the United States among all ages.
As the pain becomes more severe for the patient, the doctor is more likely to increase the dosage. The increasing dosages of the narcotics become highly addicting. Opioids should not be prescribed as pain killers, due to their highly addictive chemical composition, the detrimental effects on opioid dependent patients, the body, and on future adolescents. Frequently doctors have become carless which causes an upsurge of opioids being overprescribed. Opioid’s chemical composition consist of many highly addictive substances which cause the human body to become quickly tolerant.
There are a lot of people who have medical problems and by nature we are inpatient and want for our pain to be relieved and relieved quickly, therefore, causing some people to turn to illegal drugs like meth. Meth is also used to avoid feelings, memories, and situations like child abuse. Personality can also be a cause of addiction, if a person is curious, has aggression, lack of confidence, or lack of self-esteem it may seem easier for them to turn to a drug that can make them feel better. Most of the time that is not enough and they tend to use more just so they can feel “normal”. ... ... middle of paper ... .... "Meth Videos - Escape Meth - The "Tweaked" Film Series - How to Get Help."
Heroin abuser will have to go to Detoxification program before they get treated to long term treated program which is a long process of helping them recover. Overall, drugs are highly dangerous, when its use just for our own pleasure of getting high to feel good it is not definitely worth it. Too much of this can lead to death, addiction, or permanent damage into our system that affects our everyday living. Drugs can turn a person life from great to miserable because of addiction and eventually when not treated can cause harm to other and eventually death to it users. Drugs are poisons too much will kill and destroy your body.
I cannot stand the idea of someone getting so caught up in medications that they risk losing relationships, opportunities, and even their health. After watching someone’s entire life fall apart from opiate addiction, I think it’s important to let the facts speak for themselves. Opiates are highly addictive substances that come from the chemicals found in sap of the flowering plant known as opium poppy. Although some doctors and opiate users feel that they are beneficial in managing pain and treating disorders such as depression, I disagree because long-term opiate use has been proven to cause harmful effects to the brain and body. Opiate drugs such as codeine, hydrocodone, and fentanyl are some of the more commonly used, because they are cheap,
However, “if a person takes a drug often enough the brain changes so it can handle all of the changes” (Nagle 16). Just as you can get mentally addicted, the body as well can become addicted. This type of addiction is labeled “physical addiction.” Just like the brain, if you take an illicit drug long enough your body changes to accept the feeling as “normal.” “The body and brain come to accept certain levels of the substance as normal” (Nagle 23). The body will now require more and mo... ... middle of paper ... ... addiction, and simple treatments to help an addict recover and keep away from relapsing. The fact that anyone can fall into drug addiction and how dangerous addictions can be should scare everyone straight to stay away from drugs.