According of many researchers an addiction is bad enough, but what is worse is that the addiction can drastically interfere with the normal working of an individual. A person does not realize this while he or she is getting addicted, but soon enough the addiction will begin taking toll on the work. Performance will begin sagging and attendance will start dwindling.
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by PachillsUSA6 years ago
What are the side effects taking huge amount of alcohol? My uncle is taking too much alcohol What are the further effects of taking too much alcohol and how should I stop him?
by goldenpath7 years ago
Greetings!I would like to start this forum with this simple question. What programs, techniques and/or advice have helped you in your journey as a recovering addict? Please be as detailed or general as you...
by Nathan Bernardo4 years ago
Because instead of punishing people for drug use, they helped them with treatment programs. Should the US, where most people are in prison for drug offenses, adopt the same decriminalization policy?
by cabalacus7 years ago
The amount of resources put into alcohol and drug abuse is scandalous and placing great strains on our economy.The vast majority of these people contribute absolutely nothing to society and have claimed state benefits...
by Kathryn L Hill23 months ago
I believe drugs and alcohol are the root cause of all problems involving crime and poverty.We take drugs to feel good. Pure and simple.Sadly, there are consequences with drug and alcohol use, abuse and addiction. It is...
by Georgiakevin7 years ago
Pick up any magazine and notice how many advertisements there are for drugs. Watch television and notice how many advertisements there are for various drugs. Go to any drug store and notice how many over the counter...
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