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    Drug Addiction can affect anyone of any age at any time. Drugs come in many forms and can be ingested in different ways. While different drugs may have different effects on the mind and brain one common factor is the continued use even after problems arise in the abusers personal life. Substance abuse does not only affect the person abusing the drug, but also those around the person, especially family and friends. These people are the ones that tend to either perpetuate the problem or help to…

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    Abstract Drug addiction is often characterized as being a complex brain disease that causes compulsive, uncontrollable, drug craving, seeking and use without any regards to the consequences they may bring upon themselves, or society. If the brain is exposed to these large amounts of dopamine on the reward system, it will inevitably develop a tolerance to the current dopamine levels, which it is receiving, lessening the pleasure the user will experience Addiction: Society’s Epidemic Drugs are…

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    This is a letter to you to help you get off of your drug addiction. You have started to drift away from your family and friends, so I wrote this letter to try and persuade you to stop. I was reading an article called The Science of Drug Abuse and Addiction it believes that “people addicted to drugs are roughly twice as likely to suffer from mood and anxiety.” The articles point is that people like you will develop different attitudes and bad feelings, like always being nervous about something.…

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    this individual is provided. This young man’s name was Joe and he brought a smile to everyone that he interacted with. Unfortunately, Joe had an addiction to heroin. The addiction started first there was marijuana, then acid and other hallucinogenic drugs, after those it was cocaine, and then lastly heroin. It is unfortunate that in Joe’s family addiction was a disease that many members had. The sad part of this story was that Joe was trying to get clean. The year before, he left Pittsburgh and…

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    This cure can be the difference between life and death in any opioid overdose scenario and the states have the final say on how it 's being used and distributed. Even though many people believe that it will encourage drug users to continue or increase drug use because they think drug…

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    Drug Addiction Is Wrong

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    think you know about addiction is wrong According with the TED talker, all of us have a wrong discernment about the drug addiction, the most of people believe that as long as you are using drugs the more you will be addicted to it however that is not true. Following a lots of experiments and also the events that happened in the past such as war or in experiences at the hospitals and also countries where the use of drugs are legal, we start to realize that is not the quantity of drugs you use is…

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    with specifically with teenagers with drug addictions and behavioral issues. As I was interviewed, the interviewer explained one of our primary goals, as a treatment center, is to help the boys develop better relationships. According to my interviewer, these improved relationships were the means by which the boys were to kick their addictions. This was a complete paradigm shift for me—I was being told that bettering relationships was the remedy for drug addiction. Up to that point in my life,…

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    Americans need to be educated regarding the dangers of opioid painkiller addiction and its transition into heroin addiction. While working on the essay portion of this subject, I thought extensively about possible mediums and strategies to raise awareness on this issue. A problem of this magnitude requires more than one medium to get the message to the appropriate audience. I would utilize television, radio, print ads and social media to reach the target audience. Due to the severity of this…

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    Religious Barricade Drug addiction is a chronic, relapsing brain disorder for which surprisingly few effective therapies have been developed. Trying to stop the addiction can be practically impossible. 12 step programs are what people deam to be working but they aren’t very efficient and some people come out with psychological issues after. People while being assigned to a drug relief program that attend church once a week have a ten percent greater chance of kicking their habit from those that…

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    Any addiction is a compulsion to achieve something; a compulsive need; to become dependent on a substance, object, action; to develop a habit or a problem altering normal function. In most cases, one addiction leads to others- it can start off innocent and develop into a dangerous toxic affair. In this scenario it is pain medications. It can begin with over the counter medications to decrease the discomfort of, say, a tooth ache. Later on, the pain levels elevate and the need to suppress the…

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