When your body fails to receive the required everyday dosage for a drug, you might feel nauseated or physically weak accompanied by sweating, palpitation, and pains in different parts of the body. These symptoms can make it very difficult to immediately stop your drug addiction because now you are dependent upon the drug.
It is rare that the person abusing prescription medication began taking these medications with the idea in mind of becoming an addict. In general terms, the person takes the medication to "feel better" physically, hoping they will gain some relief from their pain. Another effect of the medication is it provides people a feeling of "well being", which they have been lacking. In an attempt to reduce the pain even further and enhance the feeling of "well being", the individual begins to take additional medication. What happens is a tolerance to the drug is developed, so the person requires more and more medication. Soon, the feeling of "well being" can not be achieved, the pain although diminished is still present, but an addiction to the medication is now present.
If addicted, never discontinue the use of prescription medication on your own. There can be severe medical and psychological consequences. Please call Affordable Rehab of Niagara Falls at call (917) 473-0027 and we will assist you in locating a quality healthcare professional or detox program.
Methamphetamine is a highly addictive stimulant that creates a false sense of euphoric happiness that may last up to 12 hours. The drug releases numerous neurotransmitters within the brain which causes that effect.
Another reason for meth addiction in Niagara Falls is that it causes rapid weight loss. While this is accurate, the body becomes immune to the weight loss effects of the drug in 6 weeks after which the lost weight is regained.
While traditional methods of drug treatment are losing popularity due to low success rate among people, meth vaccines give a new ray of hope that treatment might be possible and many precious lives could be saved.
The findings of the experimentation done so far are encouraging. However, experts face the huge challenge of making the vaccine strong enough to offer protection over a longer duration. In order to target a firm response against drug molecules, the meth vaccine needs to be further developed so that it lasts longer and can perform well in human bodies.
Another expected issue with meth vaccine is cost of usage. The vaccination can be expensive and getting weekly or monthly dosages might not be possible for every addict or patient. With the drug being cheaply available and its craving so powerful, meth users may just relapse, because they are unable to afford a monthly vaccination shot.
Nonetheless, this is still a much better route than destroying and possibly losing your life due to a meth addiction.
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