Name the Substance/ Addiction

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Loss of appetite (And weight- drastically), insomnia, hair & tissue loss, eroded teeth, face sores.
Increased Sexual Pleasure, can cause comas, seisures, loss of control of CNS, rape and is leathal if combined with a lot of alcohol. Not usually addictive.
Heart Disease, Liver Damage, Collapsed Veins, HIV/AIDS. More use = more dependence which leads to OD's. Detox 'feels like you're dying.'
Most acceptable substance abuse. Tounge/Throat cancer, Breast/Pancreatic cancer, Colan/Stomach cancer. Liver cancer. Accidents, violence/assult can all result from use.
Long term brain problems, high blood pressure, messes with heart rate/pulse and respiratory system. Sweating, loss of appetite & sleep, dry mouth.
Lung & respiratory damage, limb spasms, suffocation, liver & kidney damage, long term brain damage.
Increase pleasure, sensitivity to light & sound. Decrease ability to regulate body temperature, or cardiovascular functions. Lowers inhibitions; mixes badly with cold medicines esp
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Asthma and other respiratory problems, increase in pneumonia & bronchitis, SIDS, ear infections, & lung cancer can all result from this.
The belief that one is an addict by choice and can change whenever they want to.
Heart rate problems, insomnia, loss of appetite and nose cartilage, long term sinus problems.
Heart/ Organ Failure, Eroded esophagus, loss of enamel, hair, and skin.
Long term respiratory problmes, including cancer & Chronic Pulmonary Disease, cataracts, heart attacks, anuerysms, high blood pressure, and effects food metabolism.
The belief that addiction is a progressive disease influenced by external substances; something that is not entirely controlable.

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Created Mar 17, 2010ReportNominate
Tags:addiction, drug, substance, symptom