Opioid addiction is a long-lasting (chronic) disease that can cause major health issues, and economic and social problems. Opioids are a class of deaddiction that act in the nervous system to produce feelings of pleasure and pain relief.
People with alcohol use disorder can’t stop drinking, even when it causes problems, major issues related to health emotional distress or physical harm to themselves or others.
Alcohol use disorder is a medical condition.
It’s a disease of brain function and requires medical and psychological treatments to control it.
What are the symptoms of Deaddiction?
- diabetes complications
- sexual problems
- birth defects
- bone loss
- vision problems
- increased risk of cancer
- suppressed immune function
- Panic attacks
How can Deaddiction too much affect me?
- Personal relationships.
- Brain damage, including dementia.
- Depression and suicide.
- Cancers of the breast, liver, colon, and mouth.
- Liver problems