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Social and Psychological Factors

Users of heroin may become addicted due to insecurities or frustrations that dominant their life. They may be facing problems at home or in family life which leads them to trying it and then becoming addicted to it. They may live in an environment where it is easily available and supported or encouraged by their friends. Usually, those trying other drugs stumble upon heroin and may derive more satisfaction from it to become addicted. In some cases it is the lack of education and hardships which push people toward it.

Lakewood Drug Rehab: A Place for Healing

Typically, when our clients come to us for dual diagnosis rehab, they are experiencing withdrawal symptoms. At Lakewood drug rehab, we know that you are experiencing major discomfort, pain and mental anguish. Depending on the drug of use, withdrawal can be dangerous and sometimes fatal. This is why we provide a medically supervised detox. Here, our doctors, nurses and psychiatrists monitor you to ensure you are detoxing safely and comfortably.

Meth Vaccines May Lead To Addiction Reversal in Lakewood

Meth addiction can be extremely harmful to the mental and physical health of an addict. This destructive drug has a ripple effect that not only harms the addict, but also those connected to them.

Meth is some of the most addictive drugs available and is popular due to the euphoric effects of happiness that can last up to 12 hours. It can also lead to extreme dependency and cravings which can only be replaced by further intake.

Identifying the harmful effects of this drug has caused leading scientists and doctors to start to develop a vaccine which may help addicts recover from the effects of methamphetamine abuse and end their dependency of it.

With 25 million addicts worldwide, this meth vaccine will be welcomed with open arms.

Risks of Heroin Addiction

Heroin enters the brain quickly and the user feels a rushing sensation. While using the drug, an individual can experience nausea, vomiting, itching, anxiety, fatigue and dry mouth. The drug has effects that can prove to be life devastating.

Prolonged usage of heroin can increases the chances for over dosage, chronic disease, HIV, cause collapsed veins, skin infections, liver disease, scarred veins, and infection of the heart lining and valves.