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Using heroin opium

Using heroin opium directly affects the brain and destabilizes its functions

Using heroin opium: Long-term effects

Generally, in the process of seeking treatment for any kind of addiction, it is first important to understand the drug well. That is why we want to focus on the demerits of using heroin opium substances. Ordinarily, the use of heroin opium will in most cases depend on the methods through which the drug is administered into the body. And according to the experts from AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center under the leadership of Doctor Dalal Akoury MD, when the drug (heroin) is administered through an injection the direct effects would be that the veins will collapse, quickly followed by a huge risk of infections in the heart lining and valves. And remember that abscesses are a problem as well and those occur whether you are shooting up heroin intravenously or intramuscularly.

One very fundamental point that needs to be appreciated is that, it may not matter how you go about doing heroin, whether the mode of administration is through injection, smoking or snorting or otherwise, the problems with liver and kidney disease, as well as liver failure, pneumonia, and issues with the lungs and the brain, will always be there. In other words, so long as there are traces of heroin in your body system, there are health conditions that you will have to endure. It is also very important to appreciate that those who have an addiction to heroin are more likely to develop co-occurring medical conditions too, this is so because their defenses are weakened and therefore they become more vulnerable to infection and disease.

Using heroin opium: The addiction to heroin and opium

Finally, doctor Akoury registers that, one of the most significant effects of heroin and opium use is their addictive nature and the fact that they are indiscriminative meaning that everyone is vulnerable and can be affected anywhere and anytime. With regular use and in a relatively short period of time (especially when needles are the chosen method of ingestion), heroin addiction develops quickly thereby weakening the body systems significantly. Opium use and addiction, on the other hand, is less common compared to heroin addiction. This point is supported by the fact that these days accessibility and cost of heroin is within rich for many.

Experts are confirming that in each case, each of these drugs has certain common similarities like for instance the frequency of abuse influences your desire for more and subsequently the more addictive they become on an individual. If this trend is allowed to thrive breaking the addiction will be very difficult and hence the more severe will be the experience with heroin withdrawal symptoms in the long run. Therefore to correct this situation, it is very necessary that you seek for help in good time from the experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center. You can schedule for an appointment with doctor Dalal Akoury today for the most excellent and professional treatment and recovery program.

Using heroin opium: Long-term effects

 

 

 

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Revealing heroin opium effects

Revealing heroin opium

Revealing heroin opium effects and how it can ruin one’s life and opportunities

Revealing heroin opium effects: What are Heroin and Opium?

For us to be effective in revealing heroin opium effects, we must first understand their definitions. A lot has been said about heroin across the globe and one very important point is that heroin-like all other substances of abuse have got nothing beneficial to human health. They can only be associated with disasters like poor health, suffering and death to the extreme reiterates doctor Dalal Akoury MD President and founder of AWAREmed Health and wellness Resource Center. Heroin is derived from the morphine alkaloid found in opium and is up to 2-3 times more potent.

A highly addictive drug, heroin exhibits euphoria (“rush”), anxiolytic and analgesic central nervous system properties. Heroin is classified as a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970 and as such has no acceptable medical use in the United States. Pure heroin is a white powder with a bitter taste. Most illicit heroin is sold as a white or brownish powder and is usually “cut” with other substances like sugar, starch, powdered milk, or quinine. It can also be cut with strychnine or other poisons. Because heroin abusers do not know the actual strength of the drug or its true contents, they are at risk of overdose or death and that is why we have a duty of revealing heroin opium effects to everyone. Another form of heroin known as “black tar” may be sticky, like roofing tar, or hard, like coal. Its color may vary from dark brown to black.

Revealing heroin opium effects: The opium definition

Opium is a highly addictive narcotic drug which comes in dried latex form from the opium poppy seed pod. Customarily the pods which have not ripened are slit open and their sap seeds out and dries on the outer surface of the pod. The product realized will be yellow-brown latex, which is then scraped off of the pod; it is bitter in taste and contains varying amounts of alkaloids such as morphine, codeine, thebaine, and papaverine.

And now back to revealing heroin opium effects, it’s worth noting that in both the short and long-term effects can be overwhelming in a number of ways. The euphoria experienced in the short-term can overtake the senses, making the patient incoherent, unresponsive and unable to focus. In the long-term, the health effects can erode major organ systems and cause infections that can be life-threatening. The good news is that when you schedule an appointment with doctor Akoury for treatment, you will be attended to professionally in all your addiction related concerns.

Revealing heroin opium effects: Short term effects

The short-term effects of opium and heroin are generally the reason why people use opiates in the first place. This is when you experience the high or euphoric rush associated with the drug.

  • Less than 10 seconds after intravenous injection, opiate users will feel a rush while an intramuscular injection provides a high in less than 10 minutes.
  • For those who snort or smoke the drug, the euphoria takes up to 15 minutes.
  • Other short-term effects of heroin and opium include dry mouth, a warm feeling, and heavy arms and legs.
  • When heroin is cut with poisons or dangerous drugs like Fentanyl or when too much heroin is taken, a short-term effect of the drug can be overdose or death.

Revealing heroin opium effects: What are Heroin and Opium?

 

 

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Heroin opium effects are very destructive and health demeaning

Heroin opium effects: The long-term special effects

Generally, in the process of seeking treatment for any kind of addiction, it is first important that you understand the drug well. That is why we want to focus on the understanding heroin opium effects with a view of getting the long-term special effects and solution. Ordinarily, this will in most cases depend on the methods through which the drug is administered into the body. And according to the experts from AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center under the leadership of doctor Dalal Akoury MD when the heroin is administered through an injection the direct effects would be, the veins will collapse, quickly followed by a huge risk of infections in the heart lining and valves. And remember that abscesses are a problem as well and those occur whether you are shooting up heroin intravenously or intramuscularly.

One very fundamental point that needs to be appreciated is that, it may not matter how you go about doing heroin, whether the mode of administration is through injection, smoking or snorting or otherwise, the problems with liver and kidney disease, as well as liver failure, pneumonia, and issues with the lungs and the brain, will always be there. In other words, so long as there are traces of heroin in your body system, there are health conditions that you will have to endure. It is also very important to appreciate that those who have an addiction to heroin are more likely to develop co-occurring medical conditions too, this is so because their defenses are weakened and therefore they become more vulnerable to infection and disease.

Heroin opium effects: The addiction to heroin and opium

Finally, doctor Akoury registers that, one of the most significant effects of heroin and opium use is their addictive nature and the fact that they are indiscriminative meaning that everyone is vulnerable and can be affected anywhere and anytime. With regular use and in a relatively short period of time (especially when needles are the chosen method of ingestion), heroin addiction develops quickly thereby weakening the body systems significantly. Opium use and addiction, on the other hand, is less common compared to heroin addiction. This point is supported by the fact that these days accessibility and cost of heroin is within rich for many.

Experts are confirming that in each case, each of these drugs has certain common similarities like for instance the frequency of abuse influences your desire for more and subsequently the more addictive they become on an individual. If this trend is allowed to thrive breaking the addiction will be very difficult and hence the more severe will be the experience with heroin withdrawal symptoms in the long run. Therefore to correct this situation, it is very necessary that you seek for help in good time from the experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center. You can schedule an appointment with doctor Dalal Akoury today for the most excellent and professional treatment and recovery program.

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Exposing heroin and opium effects to make people make the right choices

Exposing heroin and opium effects: What is Heroin and Opium?

Before we can settle into the discussion of exposing heroine and opium effects, we want to first understand the definitions of the two substances. A lot has been said about heroin across the globe and one very important point is that heroin like all other substances of abuse has got nothing beneficial to human health. They can only be associated with disasters like poor health, suffering and death to the extreme further begging the question “what really are these dangerous and devastating substances?”

Heroin is derived from the morphine alkaloid found in opium and is roughly 2-3 times more potent. A highly addictive drug, heroin exhibits euphoric (“rush”), anxiolytic and analgesic central nervous system properties. Heroin is classified as a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970 and as such has no acceptable medical use in the United States. Pure heroin is a white powder with a bitter taste. Most illicit heroin is sold as a white or brownish powder and is usually “cut” with other drugs or with substances such as sugar, starch, powdered milk, or quinine. It can also be cut with strychnine or other poisons. Because heroin abusers do not know the actual strength of the drug or its true contents, they are at risk of overdose or death and that is why exposing heroin effects is very necessary. Another form of heroin known as “black tar” may be sticky, like roofing tar, or hard, like coal. Its color may vary from dark brown to black. Heroin has some funny street names include smack, H, skag, junk, brown sugar, horse, and black tar.

The opium definition

Opium is also a highly addictive narcotic drug which comes in dried latex form from the opium poppy seed pod. Customarily the pods which have not ripened are slit open and their sap seeds out and dries on the outer surface of the pod. The product realized will be yellow-brown latex, which is then scraped off of the pod; it is bitter in taste and contains varying amounts of alkaloids such as morphine, codeine, thebaine and papaverine.

And now back to exposing the effects of opium and heroin in both the short-term and the long-term, can be overwhelming in a number of different ways. The euphoria experienced in the short-term can overtake the senses, making the patient incoherent, unresponsive and unable to focus. In the long-term, the health effects can erode major organ systems and cause infections that can be life threatening. The good news is that when you schedule for an appointment with doctor Dalal Akoury MD and founder of AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center, you will be attended to professionally in all your addiction related concerns.

Exposing heroin and opium effects: Short term effects

The short-term effects of opium and heroin are generally the reason why people use opiates in the first place. This is when you experience the high or euphoric rush associated with the drug.

  • Less than 10 seconds after intravenous injection, opiate users will feel a rush while an intramuscular injection provides a high in less than 10 minutes.
  • For those who snort or smoke the drug, the euphoria takes up to 15 minutes.
  • Other short-term effects of heroin and opium include dry mouth, a warm feeling, and heavy arms and legs.
  • When heroin is cut with poisons or dangerous drugs like Fentanyl or when too much heroin is taken, a short-term effect of the drug can be overdose or death.

Exposing heroin and opium effects: What is Heroin and Opium?

 

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Here is the way out of exposing heroin and opium addiction effects to human health

Exposing heroin and opium effects: What is Heroin and Opium?

Before we can settle into the discussion of exposing heroine and opium effects, we want to first understand the definitions of the two substances. A lot has been said about heroin across the globe and one very important point is that heroin like all other substances of abuse has got nothing beneficial to human health. They can only be associated with disasters like poor health, suffering and death to the extreme further begging the question “what really are these dangerous and devastating substances?”

Heroin is derived from the morphine alkaloid found in opium and is roughly 2-3 times more potent. A highly addictive drug, heroin exhibits euphoric (“rush”), anxiolytic and analgesic central nervous system properties. Heroin is classified as a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970 and as such has no acceptable medical use in the United States. Pure heroin is a white powder with a bitter taste. Most illicit heroin is sold as a white or brownish powder and is usually “cut” with other drugs or with substances such as sugar, starch, powdered milk, or quinine. It can also be cut with strychnine or other poisons. Because heroin abusers do not know the actual strength of the drug or its true contents, they are at risk of overdose or death and that is why exposing heroin effects is very necessary. Another form of heroin known as “black tar” may be sticky, like roofing tar, or hard, like coal. Its color may vary from dark brown to black. Heroin has some funny street names include smack, H, skag, junk, brown sugar, horse, and black tar.

The opium definition

Opium is also a highly addictive narcotic drug which comes in dried latex form from the opium poppy seed pod. Customarily the pods which have not ripened are slit open and their sap seeds out and dries on the outer surface of the pod. The product realized will be yellow-brown latex, which is then scraped off of the pod; it is bitter in taste and contains varying amounts of alkaloids such as morphine, codeine, thebaine and papaverine.

And now back to exposing the effects of opium and heroin in both the short-term and the long-term, can be overwhelming in a number of different ways. The euphoria experienced in the short-term can overtake the senses, making the patient incoherent, unresponsive and unable to focus. In the long-term, the health effects can erode major organ systems and cause infections that can be life threatening. The good news is that when you schedule for an appointment with doctor Dalal Akoury MD and founder of AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center, you will be attended to professionally in all your addiction related concerns.

Exposing heroin and opium effects: Short term effects

The short-term effects of opium and heroin are generally the reason why people use opiates in the first place. This is when you experience the high or euphoric rush associated with the drug.

  • Less than 10 seconds after intravenous injection, opiate users will feel a rush while an intramuscular injection provides a high in less than 10 minutes.
  • For those who snort or smoke the drug, the euphoria takes up to 15 minutes.
  • Other short-term effects of heroin and opium include dry mouth, a warm feeling, and heavy arms and legs.
  • When heroin is cut with poisons or dangerous drugs like Fentanyl or when too much heroin is taken, a short-term effect of the drug can be overdose or death.

Exposing heroin and opium effects: What is Heroin and Opium?

 

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