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Addiction is chronic, relapsing disease that affects the brain and characterized by compulsive drug use and seeking, despite knowing the harmful consequences. It is regarded as a brain disease because of the changes the drugs cause. They change the structure of the brain and the way it works. In fact, changes can be long-lasting and may result in harmful behaviors such as committing crimes.
People in this area, just like other parts of the country start taking drugs for various reasons. One of the reasons is to feel good. Abused drugs produce deep feelings of pleasure. It is the initial sensation of euphoria that makes people take alcohol and drugs. Also, people take alcohol or drugs to feel better. Persons suffering from depression, stress-related disorders, and anxiety start to abuse drugs to reduce feelings of distress. Moreover, stress plays a great role in starting drug abuse, continuing use of drugs and relapse. Nowadays, even athletes abuse drugs with the aim of improving their athletic or cognitive performance.
As you probably know, Cornwall is home to some stunning beaches in Europe. Thus, if you love watersports, this may be your best place ever. The community here is quite amazing. You will realize the sense of neighborly love from every person you meet. Cornwall is one of the places that have a lot to offer as the countryside. Some have said there are two Cornwalls! The paradise one and “the not paradise” one. Alcohol and drug addiction continue to be one the major problems affecting this lovely paradise. This may be partly attributed to being a tourist town.
At Rehab Healthcare, we help make the process of finding a rehab center hassle free. Rehab Facilities offer a variety of treatment options, and the range of amenities they provide vary. To find the right rehab clinic to suit your needs, call 0330-113-2627 and speak to one of our advisors. Based on the information you provide us, we will help you choose the rehab centre best suited for you.
Number of hospital admissions with a primary diagnosis of drug-related mental health and behavioural disorders. This is 6 per cent more than 2014/15 and 11 per cent higher than 2005/06.
Number of registered deaths related to drug misuse in 2015. This is an increase of 10 per cent on 2014 and 48 per cent higher than 2005.
Number of hospital admissions with a primary diagnosis of poisoning by illicit drugs in 2015/2016. This is 6 per cent more than 2014/15 and 51 per cent more than 2005/06.
Usually, a person suffering from substance use disorder may not realize that he or she has the problem until the effects are seen, particularly the physical ones. Drug effects on the body vary depending on the drug used. The truth is that drug abuse has a negative impact on a person’s health. Some of the common drug abuse effects include decreased cognitive abilities and memory, and sleeping pattern changes. The physical effects include nausea, chest pain, more frequent illnesses, diseases, abnormal blood pressure, and much more. There are also psychological effects like lack of interest on activities a person used to enjoy before.
Just like any other disease, the vulnerability of a person to get addicted differs from one person to another. There is no single factor which determines that a person can become addicted to the drugs. If you have a lot of risk factors, you are likely to be addicted. On the other hand, if you have protective factors, you will reduce your risk of suffering from addiction. These factors can either be biological or environmental. Studies show that genetic factors account for about 50% of an individual’s vulnerability to get addicted. Also, medical conditions may play a huge role.
You should note that the brain undergoes a lot of dramatic changes during adolescence. This is necessary as a person develops into adulthood. The prefrontal cortex is part of the brain that matures during the adolescence. This is the part of the brain that makes you assess situations, keep emotions under control, and make sound decisions. The fact that this part is still at work; there is a great risk of making poor decisions like abusing drugs. Also, introducing alcohol and drugs at this period can cause brain changes that can have lasting consequences.
If you are suffering from drug addiction or you have a loved one suffering from the same problem, you should look for a reputable rehab facility. A rehab center has qualified professionals, therapists, scientists, counselors, and doctors who can assess your problem and offer appropriate treatment. In most cases, a residential rehab center is the ideal one. If you have questions or need help call us now on 0330 113 2627 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.