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Free from Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol use often turns to abuse and addiction. As a result, many are left wondering what help is available for alcoholics. Many turn to a 24-hour alcohol hotline or alcohol and drug abuse hotline to find help with their addiction. But when the time comes to take action, it often seems like there are more alcohol addiction questions than answers.

Free from Drug Addiction

Developing a drug addiction isn’t a character flaw or a sign of weakness and it takes more than willpower to overcome the problem. Abusing illegal or certain prescription drugs can create changes in the brain, causing powerful cravings and a compulsion to use that make sobriety seem like an impossible goal.

Free from Ganja Addiction

Additionally, when long-term ganja abusers try to stop using the drug, they often suffer with a number of unpleasant symptoms, which make it difficult to quit. The desire to stop these withdrawal symptoms leads many people back into ongoing marijuana use such as irritability ,sleeplessness ,decreased appetite, which can trigger disordered eating ,anxiety ,drug craving.

Free from Medicine Addiction

Euphoria, drowsiness, decreased anxiety, confusion, memory loss, hallucinations, excited and aggressive behavior, nausea, vomiting, unconsciousness, seizures, slowed heart rate and breathing, lower body temperature, coma, death. Nausea, problems with breathing, greatly increased depressant effects.

Free from Cigeratte Addiction

Smoking harms every organ in the body. Cigarette smoking accounts for about one-third of all cancer deaths, including those from lung cancer.In fact, cigarette smoking has been linked to about 90 percent of all lung cancer cases. Research shows that smoking increases the risk of heart disease.

Free from Charas Addiction

Cannabis Withdrawal. Symptoms of withdrawal from cannabis include agitation, insomnia, irritability; nausea, sweating, tremors, and weight loss. The most common cannabis withdrawal symptom is low-grade anxiety.

Free from Heroin Addiction

The effects on the body from continued use of this drug are very destructive. Frequent injections can cause collapsed veins and can lead to infections of the blood vessels and heart valves. Tuberculosis1 can result from the general poor condition of the body. Arthritis is another long-term result of heroin addiction.

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