Drug Abuse. Withstanding the Changing Needs of Addiction

Essay, 2016

10 Pages

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A lot of people do not understand which individual can be addicted to drugs or how drugs can change one's thinking system to an extent where he/she become a substance abuse person. Many researchers view these two occurrences as either social problem or just weak morals in an individual's life. However, one common standard and belief amongst all the researchers is that drug addict can stop abusing drugs and possibly avert addiction only if they decide to change their overall behaviors and will power

In this research, therefore, our primary concern will be to examine health addiction needs, discuss why people change from just regular drug users to a drug addict especially mothers becoming addicted to the prescription pills. The study also examines the best treatment for health care providers handling cases of addiction in health facilities; it also highlighted how these habits could lead to imprisonment. Finally, the paper will also look into steps on coping with addictive personality and diseases within the clinical /inmate population plus what an Opioid addiction is; besides it will also look into the role of providers in managing the dependency issue.


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drug, abuse, withstanding, changing, needs, addiction
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Robert Kosiba (Author), 2016, Drug Abuse. Withstanding the Changing Needs of Addiction, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/349897


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