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There are many visible and easy to spot signs and symptoms of illegally or legally obtained drug abuse and addiction. If you are concerned that you or someone you love is suffering from the effects of drug abuse or even drug addiction, it is important to understand the many visible signs and symptoms. Before we look at some of the signs of abuse and addiction connected to specific drugs, we will look at the more general signs and symptoms that are common of all drugs - whether they are illegal, over the counter and prescribed.
We will now look at some of the most frequently used illegally and some legally obtained drugs and the signs and symptoms that might indicate abuse or addiction.
Although for long-term users, the effects are like many other stimulants meaning they can go through a normal routine, others suffer a complete loss of power.
The Signs and Symptoms of Depressants (Such as Barbiturates and Tranquilizers) Abuse and Addiction
It is important if you or someone you love is showing signs or suffering from any of the symptoms of drug abuse or addiction described above, that you seek professional medical help. As is the case with any other life-threatening disease, illness or condition it is true with drug abuse and addiction that the sooner addressed and tackled the better. Although it may seem like a helpless situation when you are stuck in it, there are many ways to treat and help people who suffer from drug addictions to get over their reliance on the substances.
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