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Some people do not grasp how or why an individual becomes addicted to drugs. They have misconceptions that those who use drugs lack moral principles and that it would be easy for them to stop using it anytime if they just wanted to. But in actuality, drug addiction is not just a simple matter nor a joke to laugh at. It is a complex disease, and quitting requires strong will. Drug addiction changes your behavior. It’s like an addicted person has been hypnotized that it becomes hard for them to quit in doing such, even to those who wanted to. This might be the toughest fight an addicted person must encounter. As time passes, to get high, the person may need larger doses of the drugs. Sooner, they may need the drug for recreation and for them to feel good. When there’s an increase in the dosage of drug use, the user of such may find that it’s more difficult to go without it.

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