Roy Simmons Drug Abuse: What Are Some Prescription Drug Abuse Effects?

Prescription Drug Abuse Effects can be just as damaging as Illicit Street Drugs like Marijuana, Opiates and Methamphetamines. Just because people can purchase these over the counter doesn’t mean they are safe for everyone. What could help one person can destroy another. If you are addicted to Pain Killers for example, it could cause Liver Problems.

What’s worse is if you use Pain Killers with sedatives, you can weaken your central nervous system and get a heart attack or stroke. This happens more often that we like to admit. Don’t believe me? Look at and Anna Nicole Smith. These were two people with everything in the world to live for. But they thought Prescription Drugs was a great, legal escape and they paid with their lives. Both were in the prime of their careers with money, influence and connections most of us only go to sleep at night and dream about.

Esophageal spasms are common that make it hard to digest your food. Not to mention that it could take years to recover from Prescription Pill Addictions. Withdrawals can be terrible, and some people will never stop until they are dead or through a Forced Intervention.

What makes this worse is that many people start Prescription Drug Abuse to escape depression. But not only do the problems they were originally trying to avoid not go away, their health gets worse so later down the road they have to face these issues and health challenges at the same time. Not to mention these problems more than likely exacerbated over the period of time they were addicted to narcotics.

Right now I don’t believe the government does much to monitor the control of Prescription Drugs. And not too mention the price of Prescription Drugs keeps rising which hurts the average working stiff. These are just a couple things you might wanna think about before dropping some more Pain Killers.

Let Brian Garvin and Jeff West teach you about Drugs Intervention and Substance Abuse Intervention at our Substance Abuse Prevention Website.

 

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