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Individuals in Mesquite that consume opiates may be susceptible to nerve damage which may ultimately lead to a decrease in the production of endogenous opiates by brain cells. These are more commonly known as endorphins. Endorphins are responsible for reducing the perception of pain. As endorphins are reduced, the body loses the ability to stop pain. Since opiates also release endorphins into the pleasure centers of the brain, they need to be consumed more in order to reduce the pain and increase dependability on the drug as an external source of endorphins.
Methamphetamine (or meth as it is popularly known) has become one of the most common and destructive recreational drugs in the United States. Meth falls in the same category as drugs like cocaine, but its stimulatory effects are 50 times stronger. While authorities in the state of Mesquite close down meth labs each year, addicts (especially teenagers) are easily acquiring it from the streets.
Meth intake releases high levels of dopamine, creating powerful sensations in the brain. This is why meth becomes highly addictive and causes severe withdrawal symptoms when the addict tries to abstain. While traditional methods of addiction treatment prove to be effective, scientists are actively looking for ways to reduce dependency.
One concept that has been under development for a long time is a vaccine that can stop a drug that has entered into the bloodstream from going into the brain. Along with a meth vaccine, similar research is in progress for drugs like cocaine and nicotine as well.
Xanax addiction may have numerous detrimental effects of drug abuse on your body. Since the depressant affects the central nervous system, the effects are mostly prevalent in mind functions.
The psychological symptoms of opiate withdrawal include:
Besides these, there are some rare symptoms as well, which include: