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Acute consequences of substance abuse has a solution with Integrative medicine treatment approach

Acute consequences of substance abuse: Seeking for timely medication

Not all people who drink or use drugs develop the same symptoms but one fact is that the acute consequences cuts across all addiction to all illicit drugs and alcohol misuse. Nevertheless if your friend has a drinking or drug related problem and doesn’t get help, things can get worse. It is common with people who are struggling with serious drinking or other drug problems to be in denial. They won’t just admit it not even to themselves. In fact in the beginning, they often register great feeling when they drink or smoked their pot or doing a few lines of cocaine. At these initial stages this abuse is the best thing that ever happened to them. But then things change for the worse. At this point it is very important that such people needs to get medical attention immediately because any delay can develop serious psychological problems such as suicidal depression, and serious physical problems such as liver damage and brain damage; and some will die from an overdose.

Besides that it is important to note that getting drunk or high impairs judgment, and may lead to behaviors that people wouldn’t do ordinarily if they weren’t under the influence of these substances such as having unsafe sex which could result in pregnancy, AIDS, or other sexually transmitted diseases. Doctor Akoury says that abusing substance is dangerous because it can ruin your life and even that of your loved ones, cause your friend to drop out of school, lose friends, lose values, and even lose his or her self-respect. Alcohol and other drugs are never discriminative and don’t care who you are, what color you are, if you’re rich or poor, how old you are, your sex, or where you’re from. They don’t care if you’re a jock, a cheerleader, or a genius.

Acute consequences of substance abuse: Causes of serious drinking problems

Lots of things lead to these problems. For one thing, these difficulties often run in families, just like heart disease and cancer. If your friend’s parents are alcoholic, or there is a family history of alcoholism or other drug addiction, your friend is more likely to become alcoholic or drug dependent.

People often drink or use other drugs to avoid things that bother them pressure from friends, stress in the family, hassles, the feeling that adults are on their case, the lousy feeling that they’re different from everyone else in the world. They use these substances just to feel better. The problem is, drinking or using other drugs eventually makes things worse because all you care about is getting high, and once you start it’s hard to stop; you need to use more just to feel normal. Alcohol and other substances change the way you think, and you start to believe things are better or worse than they are. Alcohol and other drugs may make you feel good when you’re high, but when they wear off, depression sets in.

It’s true that quitting this addictive substances can be very tough for most people and that coming to terms with the realities of the of the seriousness of the problem that are associated with substance abuse can be difficult. That is why experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center under that bale leadership are offering you solutions to all your addiction concerns. Remember that Dr. Akoury made a decision to create a medical center whose main objective is to transform each individual’s life through increasing awareness about health and wellness and by empowering individuals to find their own inner healing power. Dr. Akoury’s practice focuses on personalized medicine through healthy lifestyle choices that deal with primary prevention and underlying causes instead of patching up symptoms. With is kind of expertise your problems will be handled professionally and confidentially if only you could schedule for an appointment with doctor Dalal Akoury today?

Acute consequences of substance abuse: Seeking for timely medication

 

 

 

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