It all depends on your goal, if there is a goal to constantly enjoy something (for example, to constantly bring someone joy), then you are a drug addict!
I'll tell you a secret, every second person tried drugs, but not every one of them became a drug addict. Addiction to something (alcohol, drugs, sweets) always arises as a substitute for something very desirable and inaccessible. However, full compensation cannot be achieved. If a person goes in for sports, is interested in many things and lives in harmony with himself, then they will never "get hooked" on drugs.
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No, that's not true. For example, for the most addictive substance of heroin, 1000 episodes of use are needed for the emergence of addiction, about the same with alcohol (information from the textbook of narcology for universities). Another thing is that the urge to repetition can be without addiction.
No, of course, this question cannot be answered unequivocally, all factors (social, psychological, spiritual and physical) must be taken into account. Let's try to address everyone at once and sort out this issue. At the level of health, most likely you will not feel any changes, except for a surge or loss of strength, "withdrawal" after a single use will not happen to you, and the likelihood of destruction is very small, but you should turn to statistics, since after the start of systematic drug use, even the mildest, a person lives no more than six years ... Those who try ecstasy or LSD live 3-4 years, and heroin and crack leave only one year filled with highs combined with the most severe breakdowns. Heavy drugs more often lead to death from overdose.
The statistics of drug addicts officially published by the UN states that over 10 years the number of Russian drug addicts has increased by 10 times. The mortality rate from the use of narcotic drugs has increased 12 times, while the infant mortality rate - almost 40. This means that more and more children under the age of 15 are experimenting with chemicals, wanting to experience their effect on themselves.
Factor psychological - this is how you yourself will perceive this nonsense, how you are inherent in your system of values. You cannot know how your body will react to taking psychoactive substances, you may face depression, the desire to continue, etc., how fragile and susceptible your psyche is difficult to say.
The social factor, despite the fact that most people between the ages of 16 and 35 have tried drugs at least once, this business is "condemned by society", so think about how society will react to this and are you ready for condemnation and criticism, with all your desire to hide it.
Well, the spiritual factor, can you, contrary to your principles, step over this barrier, what will happen inside you, can you to perceive yourself as a responsible and mature member of society.
Of course, you will not immediately become a drug addict, but an alcoholic does not immediately lie under the fence, a drug addict is unlikely to use drugs from the first use. If you understand that these thoughts come to you need to consult a psychologist or psychotherapist, there are a huge number of interesting and safe ways to color your life. Remember that drugs lead to death and even the first time may be the last for you.
Boldly speaking, everything will depend on many factors. One thing is drugs that were 30 years ago, and another thing is modern crap. And the chemical formula has an effect on the brain, it is in it that the most evil. It is beneficial for manufacturers that a person is on a dose from the first Of course, not just people work in such factories, but those who perfectly know biology and chemistry, filtering out component by component, find the most necessary. Sometimes the powder is disguised as ordinary dried grass (impregnation). The person who invites you to try is your personal enemy.
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No, this is a myth.
But in fairness, we note that it is possible with 2-3, for example, on heroin.
Ultimately, everything depends on the substance and the person consuming it. But any opinion on this matter should be divided by 3.
True. Not just once, but twice. This is the official position of anti-drug propaganda in Russia.
This is how they explain it to those who deal with drug users: teachers, police and the like. Confessions of taking psychoactive substances twice is enough to call a narcologist.
In fact, of course, this is a myth, although there is a healthy grain in it.
Prohibited substances, no matter how much the propagandists would like, are still divided into those that are more likely to cause addiction (for example, heroin) and those that are less inclined (for example, ecstasy). The methods of taking them are also divided into more dangerous (for example, through a vein) and less dangerous (for example, through the mouth).
And there are also controlled substances (for example, barbiturates), not prohibited (for example, alcohol) and unknown to the law (for example, U-47700). They can also easily shake off heavy addiction.
But addiction is never formed right away . Organisms are different for everyone, and you cannot guess whether it will form quickly or slowly in your case. The insidiousness of addiction is that you cannot clearly define the boundary when it occurs. It gradually creeps up, and you notice it, as a rule, much later than you should.
But when it is formed - write wasted, you are a drug addict for life. It really is. You can't get addicted back. You've put in a tremendous amount of work teaching your brain to react to substances in a certain way.
It's like folding a piece of paper to fold a crane out of it. You torment, fold - fold - that's it, this sheet will never become smooth. You can smooth it out, iron it with an iron - it's too late to rush, these kinks cannot be removed by anything. They will be ready to fold back into a crane at any moment. And at any moment you will be ready to react to drugs in the same way.
Personally, I don’t think that just just try can become a drug addict. On the other hand, you are talking to a person who started with just try and became a drug addict.
My addiction bothers me a lot, and not because I want to inject. I just don't want this. But I, for example, needed a prescription sedative a couple of months ago. The doctor wrote it out for me. After a few days of taking, the brain cut through that from the increased dose it catches a high - and away we go, packing (twenty-fold dose) per day, packing per day, packing per day ... That is, I still need this sedative, but I cannot take it , because the high-brain brain decides for me: Oh! Kaif! SHOULD BLOW FASTER! And there's nothing you can do about it, I taught him to do it myself.
As already said here, everyone has their own organism, their own experience. In 10th grade, I tried smoking cannabis. Curiosity. It was good, my friend and I were sitting in the kitchen and laughing with happiness ... A day later we decided to repeat it. I don't know if he was telling the truth, but he was, like the first time, full of happiness in his pants, I just had a headache, and all interest was gone. My friend also did not become a drug addict, although I know that after that he often smoked. Yes, even at the technical school, the guys offered to hang up. I don't remember what pills they got ... And again, except for the headache, there was nothing. And all my life I have remained indifferent to such entertainment.
There is no answer to this question, at least there is no definite one. It depends very much on genetics, physiology, on personal qualities, in many respects, on that very first experience, it is also worth considering the nature of drugs, because addiction is physical, i.e. without regular injections, a person, in a neglected case, cannot sleep, eat, have fun, and experience constant discomfort. These include heroin. And there are more insidious substances with psychological dependence, such an overwhelming majority, you will not be shaken without them, but there will be such a, say, "voice in your head" that will assure you that without a drug, of course, it is bearable, but it was would be several times better, and the more often you listen to him, the more difficult it will be to disobey him, when, quietly, this voice will become "commanding and commanding" from "friendly, advising." These include, with rare exceptions, everything except opiates. In general, if you asked this question, since you are indecisive about whether to use it or not, look for the one who will write that there is no addiction, so that you can start hammering with a calm mind, then you will definitely "sit down" on the drug, and hardly get off. And if this is a question from a healthy scientific interest, then there is still no definite answer, but I tried to shed light on this topic above, much more could be written about this, but I don’t want to stretch the text into 5k + characters, read scientific articles about it if so interesting, well, in general, I repeat, on this issue, it seems to me, I have given comprehensive information.
Physiologically - no. But people with certain mental characteristics may very well get psychological attachment the first time, which then may well develop into drug addiction. I will even say more, LSD, for example, should not cause physiological dependence (if it is not mixed with any other rubbish), but people do become LSD addicts.
Therefore, the correct answer "no" will not make your life easier.
Rather yes than no - the only thing that saved in my memory was the first unsuccessful technique, when after the injection, as they say among drug addicts, the person was "thrown", dirt got in or something else happened, the person experienced "kidnyak" and this negative experience saved him.
"Research into the fate of drug addicts has shown that the first drug trial, especially the so-called" hard "drug, changes the fate of a person, no matter what he was before. Drug addicts" with experience "believe that if a person at least once he tried a "hard" drug, he will definitely use it regularly after a while, even if he only wanted to try it once in his life and then stay as far away from drugs as possible.
What happens to a person After the first try, the fear of the drug goes away, and the person begins to understand all the "positive" sides of drug use: he felt a previously unknown pleasure, and when he got out of the state of drug intoxication, he seemed to be the same as he was , - no addiction, no unpleasant sensations. But it only seems so. After the first drug try, everything that previously gave pleasure gradually fades. Life without drugs now seems gray and boring. Sooner or later, In a situation where there is an opportunity to use drugs, a person decides: he tried once - and nothing, I will try a second time, and then never. Then comes the illusion that you can occasionally "allow yourself to relax" in the mood, controlling yourself so as not to become a "complete drug addict". But situations when the drug is "in the mood" come more and more often. One addict said: "Over time, it becomes so that he woke up in the morning, and if the weather is bad, then you are already in a bad mood and you want to" correct "it with a drug. And then the person does not have time to notice how he becomes addicted to the drug. "A drug can wait" is a favorite saying of drug addicts . "