While certain types of pharmaceutical drugs are essential for the treatment of some diseases, and even certain drugs used for recreational purposes, with Marijuana immediately coming to mind, also being used for medicinal purposes, a large number of people are abusing these drugs. Drug abuse means using prescription medication, drugs like Marijuana, as well as other substances for recreational use and not for medicinal purposes. While the recreational use of such drugs may cause a short-term “high”, which is an experience that most people are after when they use drugs for these purposes, it is important to note that drug abuse can lead to many unpleasant consequences. Thus, counteracting these drug addictions becomes essential for any person suffering from drug abuse.
Commonly Abused Drug Types
Drug addiction is a relatively common issue that the general population is facing, with millions of people spending a lot of money on drugs that would provide them a short “high” feeling. Unfortunately, this “high” feeling comes with some consequences – often in the form of unpleasant effects on their wellbeing, as well as poor money management skills due to drugs costing a significant amount of money.
While cocaine, meth and the more serious drugs are used by many, it seems like there is a much larger prevalence of drug abuse amongst other types of drugs, especially marijuana. Even though Marijuana is known to contain several medicinal properties that have been proven through scientific research, frequent exposure to this drug for recreational purposes do hold several adverse effects for the individual practicing this drug use.
The National Institute of Drug Abuse reports that Marijuana is not the only concern that people need to be aware of. In addition to abusing Marijuana for the “high” the plant offers, many people are turning toward prescription drugs due to the mental effects they offer – even when these people are not suffering from the particular conditions these drugs are meant to treat.
Some of the most common prescription drugs that are abused in the modern-day include:
Another common drug abuse is when people mix a soda beverage with a prescription cough syrup that contains promethazine and codeine. These mixes are often referred to as “Sizzurp”, “Purple Drank”, “Lean” and “Syrup”.
Who Is At Risk Of Drug Abuse
It is already a known factor that teens and young people are especially at risk of drug abuse. In addition to this factor, however, several additional risk factors have been identified through years of studying those who are suffering from a drug addiction. According to Prevention Coalition, there is quite a large number of factors that can make a person more prone to abusing drugs for a variety of reasons – sometimes simply due to the high, but sometimes they actually benefit from the drug in the beginning, then become addicted to the effects and feel like they cannot go through their everyday lives without these drugs.
Some risk factors that can make a person more likely to abuse drugs, including prescription drugs and Marijuana, includes:
- Being alienated from family, friends and those in the person’s same age group.
- Drugs being readily available within the person’s community.
- Not being a social person, but rather exhibiting an anti-social behavior.
- Drug and alcohol use in a person’s family – such as a parent or sibling abusing drugs.
- Owning a behavior that seeks out ways in which to experience particular sensations at a frequent basis.
- Traumatic life events, such as parents getting a divorce.
- Feeling like the person is not in control of their own lives.
- Some evidence suggests that long working hours may also be a risk factor.
Bioresonance Therapy And Overcoming Drug Abuse
Several methods have been developed to assist those suffering from a drug addiction to overcome this problematic issue in their lives; thus allowing them to get back to their normal lives. Unfortunately, the journey to becoming drug-free is often very difficult for the person suffering from the addiction, but many additional therapies have been shown to offer a significant reduction in the difficulty of giving up drug abuse. Bioresonance therapy is an example of such a technique. This technology utilizes the frequency that signals the “memory” of the drugs being used by the patient, and then sends a mirrored frequency back into the patient’s body. This, in turn, causes the body’s memory of the frequencies associated with the drug abuse to be eliminated; thus also causing the body to eliminate any build-ups, such as toxins.
Drug abuse can be extremely harmful to a person’s life, not only affecting their overall wellbeing, but also causing them to become less productive, increasing their risk of depression and even causing them to steal when money becomes a problem. Getting over a drug addiction can be a very hard journey for a person suffering from this issue. Fortunately, many people have found it much easier to overcome their addictions, be it to overcome a drug addiction or a nicotine addiction, when utilizing Bioresonance therapy to counteract the channels of these particular drugs.