My experience suggests that there are. After I got off the salts, I physically cannot use any substance, I immediately feel bad. This does not apply to alcohol and cigarettes (I was familiar with them before these problems). No newly acquired dependencies observed
Addiction is addiction. Basically, drug addicts are treated by substituting for their addiction. Some join different groups, start drinking hard, etc.
There is a separate category of people, strong in spirit and body, who really become "former drug addicts". But such a minority
If we talk about taking substances, then we must understand that only drugs of the opioid group cause physical dependence (maybe amphetamines and cocaine, but this is not certain). In principle, there really are no former drug addicts, because opium addicts get too much pleasure. Both the mind and the body will want to repeat an unforgettable trip, even if the person has stopped using. As the saying goes, “heroin knows how to wait.” There really are no ex-addicts here. And if we talk about the rest of the type of grass and LSD, then they do not cause physical dependence and do not know how to wait, unlike opiates with: And in this context, the phrase about "former drug addicts" is generally inappropriate.
is not true, but you need to know that drug addiction is an addiction, but the addiction itself does not go away, maybe a person will cease to be a drug addict, but become dependent on something else, for example, I know that drug addicts are "cured" by various religious sects, and he goes into them with his head, and this is also an addiction
and, again, we are talking about psychological addiction, I heard that there were some studies, that somewhere in the war, people found it very difficult to survive stress and they used drugs, when they returned home to their families, they no longer used drugs
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