These are the three effects that are usually felt by narcotics addicts

More and more days, there are indeed more people who feel dependent or even feel that they are addicted to narcotics. Whatever type of narcotics is used, one can even face death because of using the substance for a long time. So, the right treatment must be done. One appropriate treatment is to use ayhuasca. With the right treatment, you can get maximum results.

Using narcotics certainly has certain effects on a person’s body. In addition to feeling addicted, usually, someone will also experience several other effects. The effect of using narcotics is usually also distinguished based on these three effects.

– Depressants, which suppress the central nervous system and reduce the functional activities, the impact of this addiction is that a person can experience nerve palsy and even become unconscious. When overdosing can lead to death. Types of drug depressants include opioids and various derivatives such as morphine and heroin.

– Stimulants stimulate bodily functions and increase excitement and awareness. Types of stimulants: Caffeine, Cocaine, Amphetamine. The example that is now often used is Ecstasy.

– Hallucinogens, the main effect is to change the power of perception or cause hallucinations. Most hallucinogens come from plants such as cactus mescaline and psilocybin from mushrooms. Besides that, there are also mixed in a laboratory. The most widely used are marijuana.

Physical, Psychological, and social impact are closely related. Physical dependence will result in tremendous pain if there is a drug breakdown (not taking the drug in time) and psychological impulse in the form of a very strong desire to consume or a suggestion in yourself that you want to consume it. These physical and psychological memories are also related to social symptoms such as the urge to lie to parents, steal, get angry, manipulative, and so on.

So, truly appropriate treatment is really needed by drug addicts to be able to face their lives in the future.


Author: Richard T. Starkey

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