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Drug Addiction

Eucharia Onwubuya

NRS 427V

Teaching Experience Paper

Grand Canyon University

October 4th , 2015

It is a mystery how people become addicted to drugs. Usually it is assumed that drug abusers do not have morals or willpower and claim to have the ability to stop using drugs by simply changing their lifestyle. Drug addiction is a complicated disease, to quit just by changing, or having good intentions is quite unlikely. When drugs enter the body they change the brain in ways that foster compulsive drug abuse, quitting is challenging, especially for people who say they can do it easily. The Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN) offers these statistics. More than 20 million Americans over the age of 12 said they drove a car after drinking alcohol at least once in 2009. The NSDUH estimated that about 30.2 million people over 12 drove while intoxicated at least once in 2009. More than 4.6 million emergency room visits were related in some way to drugs in the United States (DAWN, 2015). These are alarming numbers and eye opening; which leaves people wondering how easy it is to acquire drugs in the U.S. The feeling of intense pleasure makes it extremely difficult to pull away from drugs, this will then lead to long term addiction. Mentioned later in the paper, long term drug addiction can lead to future brain damage. Due to the teaching summary provided, understanding the connection between drug addiction and brain damage became very evident. Information on how to deal with drug addiction and catching the symptoms early were also provided. Drug addiction is more than a habit. Drug addiction has done enough damage in the world to be taken seriously. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIH) states that, “The impact of addiction can be far reaching. Cardiovascular disease, stroke, cancer, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, and lung disease can all be affected…...

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