ADDICTS


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ADDICTSAcoustic Digital Data Information & Control Transmission System
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In jails of Punjab, barracks of drug addicts have been renamed as recovery centres.
Dr Huda said 26 per cent of drug addicts are affected by other addicted family members, according to a study Ownak conducted among 257 Emirati drug addicts at Dubai Central Jail.
The study found that "Phone Addicts" spend 28% of their time driving actively ignoring the road.
Substance addicts create "neurochemical numbness" by using various chemicals.
The district nazim has said that the treatment of the ice drug addicts is continued in the centre.
He said that during his visit to the centre he had ordered that the young addicts should be given separate rooms so that they did not mingle with chronic addicts and criminals.
Poverty, family problems, social misconceptions and easy access to drugs are one of the root causes of the increase in the number of addicts in the country, especially Herat province.
He spoke after donating cooler boxes, buckets, uniform for addicts' children, wheelbarrows, rakes among other tools of trade to 20 reforming addicts at Hongera in Kisauni.
A single mistake of tasting drug like the forbidden fruit of heaven takes the addict to a level of no-recovery - no way to come back to real world.
Frequency of IA was reported as 85% (n=289), with intensities of IA as 65.6% (n=223) minimal addicts, 18.5% (n=63) moderate addicts and 0.9% (n=3) severe addicts.
'It is very difficult for drug addicts because most of them do not pay much attention [to their treatment].
Most of the upper class people are addicted of drugs and use drugs as fashion and many people of lower class are also addicted for it.