Friday, October 17, 2014

Twelve Signs of Drug Addiction - Do you need Help?

Do you or someone you know have a drug addiction? It’s difficult to tell at first, however, many people are able to use recreational or prescription drugs without developing a dangerous substance abuse problem. Drug addiction can affect your whole life—from work and finances to personal relationships, school, and health.
If you think you or someone else you know has a drug addiction, look for the following warning signs of substance abuse…
1. Changes in Appearance
Sudden weight gain or loss, blood shot eyes, dilated pupils, and strange smells on their breath or clothing.
  1. Loss of Appetite
Lack of interest in eating or sleep.
  1. Lack of Personal Hygiene
Drug addicts often cease personal grooming—such as washing clothes, showering, and brushing teeth.
  1. Memory Loss
For instance, unable to recall what they did last night or if injured, unable to recall how it occurred.
  1. Loss of Interest in Social Activities
A loss of motivation for school, hobbies, exercise, or for things that they enjoyed in the past.
6.Financial Requests
For instance, a sudden unexplained need for money—i.e., borrowing or stealing to pay off unexplained debt.
  1. Secretive Behavior
They act sneaky, withdraw from those they love and remain secretive about where they spend their time.
  1. Change in Social Circles
A shift from longtime friends and relationships to new friends, hangouts, and pastimes.
  1. Change in Personality
Unexplained changes in attitude, mood, increased irritability, and angry outbursts.
10.Highs and Lows
Periods of extreme hyperactivity—followed by periods of fatigue where they seem “out of it”
11. New Health Concerns
Sure as headaches, seizures or tremors, and nosebleeds (i.e., meth or cocaine use)
12. Paranoia
A sudden fear or distrust of others with no rational explanation.

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You may be trying to straighten out by yourself. After all, you should be able to put that drink down, eat moderate, healthy meals, or work responsibly with your doctor to identify proper medication. Or perhaps the last intervention and rehab for drugs or alcohol should’ve stuck. Yet that hasn’t been the case and you’re back at square one or worse.
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Information on Drug Use and Abuse

Alcohol – When does a social habit turn into addiction? Find out about the dangers of alcohol and the effects it can have on your body and personal relationships.
Amphetamines – Everything you wanted to know about this group of synthetic stimulants which includes crystal meth and various prescription pills.
Marijuana Cannabis – Learn the basics, effects and the dangers of the most widely-used illicit drug in the world. Is marijuana addictive? Find out…
Cocaine – From the highlands of South America to the streets of America, cocaine has become one of the most widely abused drugs in the world. It’s addictive properties not only cause bodily harm, but can have serious financial consequences for heavy users as well. Do you know the signs of cocaine addiction?
Crack Cocaine – How is crack made? How do you know if suffer from a crack cocaine addiction?
Crystal Meth – Known as ice, glass, meth, crank, and many other names, methamphetamine is a synthetic drug popularized in TV shows, as a sort of poor man’s cocaine. Learn meth dangers, what creates the crystal meth addiction, and what happens when mixing methamphetamine with other substances.
Ecstasy – The ultimate dance party drug
Heroin – This is the most abused and rapidly acting of all the opiates. Learn more about heroin abuse, the long-term effects of use, and frequently asked questions.
Ketamine – This drug started out as an anesthetic, but became a widely used recreational drug due to its hallucinogenic effects. Known as Special-K or Vitamin-K, it is typically snorted, but is sometimes sprinkled on tobacco or marijuana and smoked.
LSD Acid – the most powerful conscious-altering substance known to man.
Mushrooms – “Magic” mushrooms as they’re known, are a psychedelic and hallucinogenic drug. These Psilocybin mushrooms get their psychedelic properties from the substances psilocybin and psilocin, and occasionally other psychoactive tryptamines. Learn all about mushrooms from an overview of addictive properties, to mushroom drug test facts, and common questions about shrooms.
Prescription Drug Abuse – Doctors may prescribe them, but you can still get addicted to pain killers, benzos, anti-anxiety pills, and others.
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