At the mention of this topic “the plague of addiction in modern society” your mind switches to alcohol and drug abuse. This is because of the prevailing circumstances that surround the endless use of drugs. If you take a walk along some of our known streets you will agree with what we have in the statistics that drugs have become a plague of modern society. The suffering of both young and old people is devastatingly unbearable. No one is safe from addiction and there are no supper power states, developed or developing states when it comes to drug addiction. Everyone and every state is equally a victim of substance abuse. Doctor Dalal Akoury a well-respected veteran addiction expert says that the problem of drug addiction has become so widespread that even the stars and who is who in our societies are sitting on opiates. Ideally drug abuse is getting common not only among losers and criminals but also even with the very innocent fetus in the womb.
The power of addiction has no respect to status and that is why even very successful professionals including engineers, doctors and employees of highly reputable organizations are increasingly becoming victims of drug abuse. And besides this problem has no boundaries nowonder individuals, organizations and states are also feeling the effects. Like for instance in Russia, at one time a fierce battle against drugs resulted in emergence of some kind of unbelievably monstrous drugs. Reduced supply of Afghan heroin resulted in changes on the Russian drug market. Keif (or High) now is being extracted from anti-cough tablets, eye drops, anti-depressants. Prepared from legal components this sinister illegal mixture obtains properties of heroin but is more powerful and cheaper than heroin.
When a region is hit by addiction, the trail of destructions left behind can be very devastating. Just not long ago Western Europe was hit by “spice” the smoking blend of exotic herbs, having powerful euphoric and hallucinogenic effects. As a new product the teens tasted and evaluated the new product much faster than services responsible for PAS (Psycho Active Substances) traffic control. And just in less than two years of free sale, the level of intoxication psychoses, injuries, suicides and suicide attempts caused by «spice” has grown up by 7 times. That is how dangerous drugs can be if solutions are not sought for immediately. It is therefore very important that if you are struggling with any form of addiction, then calling doctor Dalal Akoury today for a consultative meeting would be the starting point. This way she will be able to evaluate your individual situations and put you on the right and effective treatment program and by the end of that treatment schedule, your life will never be the same again. You will have your life back only that this time it will be full of productivity, comfort and enjoyment for a very long time.
It is very frustrating that nearly every ware you a cross our different states people are really suffering from the effects of substitution therapy for heroin. Used in harm reduction programs such opioids as Methadone, Substitol have become free narcotics for many addicts. Violating the rules of treatment, the patients elicit higher doses, use drugs prescribed for oral administration intravenously, sometime often exchanging them for heroin. Many addicts who are looking on methadone or Substitol therapy as a way to get narcotics free, frequently find themselves cruelly deceived afterward when they are faced with withdrawal from Methadone, which instead of usual 5-7 days lasts almost a month and is much more harder than withdrawal from heroin.
And most surprisingly is that the miss use of heroin is getting even to the younger people in our societies. Weed, hashish as they are commonly known are among the drugs that adolescents kids no longer considered as dangerous and forbidden substances. And in fact it is becoming a custom that every weekend a lot of time is spent at the various club under influence has become a common pastime. As a consequence, often in the newspapers you can see the obituaries of young people whose death, as a rule, is a result of drug abuse. All this brings to mind reports from the front lines about fighting, captured or liberated territory, the number of dead.
With all these frustration under the influence of addiction one would not be crucified to ask that is there a perfect weapon that would have stopped this war? In any arms race the appearance of effective weapon on one side makes the opposite side quickly response by finding no less effective countermeasure. The emergence of naltrexone, which effectively blocks heroin, unfortunately didn’t stop using heroin, just made the process of drug using more difficult. Methadone therapy by and large has become the impetus for the era of “medical drug”.
Increasingly the large pharmaceutical companies make statements that vaccine against drugs will be created and will soon be available in the market. It has recently become known that only the United States National Institute of Drug Abuse by itself simultaneously is elaborating 13 medications which are supposed to win drug addiction to methamphetamine and cocaine. According to a British pharmaceutical company “Zenon” to released anti-cocaine vaccine in about two tears ago binding the molecules of cocaine with blood proteins and on account of enlarged molecular size prevents fixed cocaine going from blood stream to brain receptors.
Launched in Russia experiments with xenon gas as a promising tool of anesthesia and neuro-protection for patients with brain injuries and anoxemia brain damage led to the startling results. Addicts, who after several months of conventional treatment still persisted maniacal desire for methamphetamine, already after 5-7 sessions with this gas treatment were nicely surprised to state that their head is “clear from all follies.” Latter in 2009 Xenon was approved for use to relieve craving for drugs in drug addiction treatment protocols. That is all in a bid to correct the plague of addiction in modern society. Finally even though a lot is being done in bringing this problem of addiction to manageable levels, it does not give us room to be irresponsible with our choice of lifestyle. Defeating drug addiction is our responsibility no matter how little part you play. Therefore I want to encourage you never to relent in your quest to overcome the frustrations of addiction. Remember to always be in constant consultation with your healthcare provider so that they can point out for you the signs in good time for speedy action to be taken before it is too late.