You party hard. Have drinks. Enjoy with your friends.
If this is a situation once in a month then it’s alright.
The problem lies elsewhere. When you start getting accustomed to this kind of a lifestyle and start practicing daily, drinking and taking in drugs become a habit.
This is when you get addicted to drugs.
Addiction is a disease.
What’s worse about addiction is that your brain gets affected. Once you get addicted to it, it becomes impossible for you to keep away from drugs. No matter how much it harms you, drugs become irresistible.
Drug addiction spreads to heroin, cocaine, alcohol, Opioids, and even painkillers.
At first you try out drugs because you feel that it makes you feel good. Initially, you think that you can control the drug intake and its frequency.
But, with time, it takes on to a larger scale.
Even you do not realize that drugs take on to your brain. It makes you lose control on yourself eventually and lead to damaging results.
Most of you confuse addiction with abuse.
But, both are not the same.
Drug abuse is when you use substances of drug illegally in some ways that are prohibited. In case of abuse, you take in much more pills than what you should or what has been prescribed by the doctor.
You use drugs for the following things:
- To feel good
- To release stress
- To avoid the harsh reality
When you are abused by drugs, it becomes impossible to change your unhealthy habits.
On the other hand:
Addiction for drugs is when you cannot stop yourself from drugs.
You cannot stop addiction not even when it puts you into serious troubles like financial problems, emotional turmoil and the like.
Even though you desire to quit the habit of taking in drugs it becomes impossible for you. This is because you feel that drugs fill quite a lot of space in your life.
Want to know how drugs affect your brain?
Your brain is constructed in such a manner that you tend to repeat certain activities that have already been registered in the brain.
Same thing applies to the intake of drugs as well. You are motivated again and again to do the same work. In fact, it is your brain that forces you to do so.
The real story is:
The drugs that are highly addictive target your brain first.
They travel all the way to the brain. With the help of a chemical known as dopamine, your brain gets locked.
Immediately, you get an intense feeling of pleasure.
Therefore, you keep on taking drugs to intensify that pleasure more.
Your brain gets used to dopamine and even extra dopamine.
To get the same feeling every time, you take in more drugs.
There comes a situation where you get less pleasure in spending time with your family and hanging out with friends. Only drugs give you utmost pleasure then.
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