Physiological and Psychological Effects of Heroin


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Heroin is considered one of the most insidious drugs known to mankind. Not only is the drug highly addictive physically, but it can affect the brain psychologically in profound ways. Accordingly, the following report discusses the psychological effects of heroin on the brain.
The Inextricable Relationship between the Physiological and Psychological Effects of Heroin
While it might seem like a discussion concerning the psychological effects of heroin would be rather straight forward, several key factors must be taken into consideration. Foremost, the psychological effects of heroin often parallel the physical or physiological effects of the drug. To explain, heroin has profound...
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