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Heroin enters the brain quickly and the user feels a rushing sensation. While using the drug, an individual can experience nausea, vomiting, itching, anxiety, fatigue and dry mouth. The drug has effects that can prove to be life devastating.
Prolonged usage of heroin can increases the chances for over dosage, chronic disease, HIV, cause collapsed veins, skin infections, liver disease, scarred veins, and infection of the heart lining and valves.
Detox programs are not as effective as other forms of treatments for prescription drug addicts. Large doses of opioid blocking drugs are given to the patient to accelerate the process of withdrawal. Detox diminishes the physical effects of drug addiction, but experts say psychological and social factors are the main reasons an addict goes back to using. Cravings can be hard to resist and most people who go through detox are most likely to relapse when they are struggling with prescription drug abuse.
Other inpatient and outpatient programs exist that are specially designed to treat prescription drug abuse. To locate a facility immediately, contact a rehab center right now.