Are You Addicted to Heroin?
Do you or a loved one show signs and symptoms of being addicted ? Take our
quick, confidential heroin addiction self assessment today to find out.
Heroin is one of the most addictive drugs available. It provides a first high that will
forever be unattainable again, and users continuously chase after that feeling.
Eventually this high becomes the “normal” for addicts, and they are unable to
believe they can function without it. In addition to being extremely addictive, heroin
is extremely dangerous. This drug is a high risk factor for overdoses and Fetinol
lacing. This is a serious issue. If you are a loved one is a heroin user, please
Found in the opiate family, Heroin triggers pleasure brain activity in
producing euphoric emotions. Heroin manipulation of brain activity has
serious and extreme health effects. It is one of the most potent drugs
available, and due its first high, it is one of the most addictive street
drugs. It is extremely easy to become addicted to heroin, and many
users may suddenly find themselves unable to function in day-to-day life
Unlike its portrayal in movies, heroin can be taken in different ways—
smoked, snorted or injected-, and it can extend its vice grip on anyone.
Many users may mix it or also use it with an “upper" drug as the high
wears the body down.
Serious health risks are prevalent in heroin
users from the way the drug is taken. Sharing needles, for example,
increases the risk of Hepatitis C or HIV.
Heroin users will often begin to decline in appearance and health as
addiction takes its hold. Time becomes abstract, and many addicts find
actives involving hygiene, work, and social activities no longer
interesting. Other long term effects include liver and kidney disease,
insomnia, heart infection, lung problems such as pneumonia, depression
and constipation, among others. If there are additives mixed with the
heroin, those have the potential to cause organ damage.
Final health complication may result in overdose induced death.