Need To Help Hidden Drug Abusers

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Need To Help Hidden Drug Abusers

As drug abuse is rampant in many nations, there are a few who know about the types of drug abusers. There are basically two types of drug abusers, the one who choose drugs to ease up their lives and the other who chose drugs as a means of lifestyle.

Many might be baffled to know that well educated and confident people are always at the risk of adopting drug abuse as a part of their lifestyle. Many prolific figures of the world have made news by going to drug rehabilitation centers.

Celebrities with the habit of drug abuse are quite common but those intelligent lots who always stand first in their class and surpass others with their smart tactics and confidence are often believed to be free from the drug abuse. But this particular group is actually a victim of hidden drug abusers.

It is believed that the pressure of maintaining a balance in career and personal life encourages them to indulge into the unhealthy practice of drug abuse. A largest survey conducted by the Global Drug Survey has found that people irrespective of nationality and sex are taking drugs to balance their life.

During the survey, it was found that a large number of drug abusers rely over prescription medication like sleeping pills. An overdose of sleeping pills makes people dizzy and they try to find some solace in their dizziness.

It was also found that most of the drug abusers are willing to kick the bad lifestyle adopted by them. But the addiction makes it difficult for them to do so. Therefore, the authorities have been asked to step in to help those who are willing to do away with drug abuse.


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