What are the consequences of drug use?

The decrease in the body’s immune functions leads to various infectious diseases. Suppurative suppurations develop throughout the addict’s body, turning into ulcers and scars. After intravenous injection of a dirty drug, muscle tissue dies. Tendons and bones are affected. Impaired metabolism often leads to severe weight loss. Violation of internal metabolic processes leads to a lack of calcium in the body and tooth loss. Regular drug use leads to impotence in men and early menopause in women. Mental disorders and hallucinations – lead to aggressive behavior of the addict and, as a result, to delinquent actions. Long-term drug use leads to the destruction of the liver (hepatitis A, B, C), kidneys and the respiratory system of the body. There are diseases of the cardiovascular system. Intelligence decreases, a person degrades as a person. Possible risks of using an injection syringe after an infected person can lead to HIV infection. Infection with viral hepatitis B and C. With the rapid development of infection, a fatal outcome occurs after 2-3 years. Potential poisoning by toxins, internal organs and blood of a drug addict, such substances as acetone, lead and arsenic, which are used for the manufacture of narcotic drugs, is possible. The desire to get maximum pleasure forces the addict to increase the dose of the drug, resulting in an overdose and death. This leads to the use of more severe drugs. Psychoses and inappropriate behavior of a drug addict can lead to injury to the patient or others.

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