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How does heroin affect your body? What are the side effects of heroin and what will long term use do to you?
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injecting heroin forever will eventually wreck your liver as it simply bypasses it and doesn't give the body time to metabolize it. smoking it forever will clog up your lungs and pulmonary arteries as well as eventually give you a stroke. stick to weed (unless you are terminally ill, then do whatever you need)
heroin was originally touted as a cure for morphine addiction until the scientists at bayer were rather surprised and embarrassed to discover that heroin just metabolizes into morphine once it reaches your system
Next do one on the affects of Tik Tok advertisement affects on your mind and body. So far for me I've cringed to the point of cutting my self and bashing my face into walls in order to cause brain damage great enough to be unable to comprehend what I am viewing.
I was a heroin addict, while I was living in Puerto Rico this is not a mental drug it is a drug that gets. you so sick you need it, for those reading rehab won't help your kid unless he has hit rock bottom.
Jesus. Even the alleged positive alteration of one's mental state sounds terrifying to me. Most of the listed effects don't even sound that good. I guess I can't relate to whatever level of either despair or of extreme confidence leads one to try this.
Hello im 16 and i want to talk to somebody, i have tried weed, lsd, amphetamine, pcp, spice, ecstasy i smoke weed kind often, but other drugs like ecstasy, lsd and amphetamine me and my friends do rarely does it really bad? Not native speaker
Question: Your first time trying Heroin. How did it feel?
Person: Oh it was terrible. I shit myself. I pissed on the dog. I woke up in a pool of my cold piss and vomit.
Question: So you did this a second time?
why would you do this to yourself, your family and your body? Just some a joint or a glass of wine and try to be happy. Gosh 'Murica's got deep issues. I was shocked when I heard how many young adults around my age (23) in the east coast take heroine... in europe it's very rare and just super trashy people do that
I must say, I was pretty disappointed that that 12 step programs that hardly even work and Ibogaine that hasn't really had the proper amount of research done to determine it's effectiveness were both mentioned but MMT/MAT wasn't even mentioned a single time when discussing potential treatment options even though it has proven itself time and time again to be effective. It's success rates are far higher than any 12 step program or inpatient rehab and it has the research to back it up but for some reason that wasn't enough to warrant even a tiny mention? I mean, come on....you'll talk at length about Ibogaine but won't make any mention of methadone or buprenorphine? Just didn't make sense to me.
right......its true tho, every addictive drug releases a overload of dopamine,serotonin, endorphin, and oxytocin. These are your Neurotransmitters.. Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers that regulate countless functions and processes in your body. There’s actually a reward system in the brain that’s made up of a group of interconnected glands and other structures, including many of the glands responsible for behavior. Your brain’s reward system is designed to reinforce positive experiences so you’ll repeat those actions. It’s like an internal conditioning mechanism that incentivizes “good deeds” with pleasure. dopamine,serotonin, endorphin, and oxytocin are what your body releases when you have positive experiences. drugs mess with your emotions, they make regular life feel dull, they make you want to feel that intense happiness so much that you will destroy your life over it.
Nobody dares to mention the M.D's who prescribed "Oxycontin " and then shut them off....Therefore, they went to H.....Good going Docs ....They HAVE BLOOD ON THEIR HANDS....Now you should see what regulations the DPH has....They're decreasing anti psych meds, anti depressants, and "f" you if u have chronic pain, your sh** out of luck....So those who have REAL PAIN get zero.....
I kind of dislike that the numbers used to show heroin users in the US was gotten by asking if they'd used Heroin "at least once in their life". That doesn't show a pattern of use or abuse. Any number of the people who said yes could have only tried it once and stopped, or might have previously been an addict and got clean. A more accurate question would have been "do you currently use heroin" or "do you regularly use heroin"
Picture of a needle with Heroin:
Me:im not a fan of needles and drugs.... so...
Picture of a sexy anime girl dressed as a nurse with a needle with heroin:
Me: *starts spending 10201020 million dollars on heroin everyday*
Yeah the rehab is a dream that sells and if people realized a BUSSINESS works only 10% normally would go out of BUSSINESS in less then a year!!!! My son 24 just died from over dose this video is great and sadly tru
Any one else notice the 1 pizza box and then a second label for the pizza on the window still? Am I on herion or was Inforgraphics) Time Stamp - 3:06 Lmao look at the window still. (Insert Thinking Emoji)
Me: demi wya come check sumn out real quick.
Demi: oh HELL no!
*steals all my spoons and proceeds to jump out window never to be seen again*
Yes... I clicked on this video just to type this stfu
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