Beating Drug Addiction

Beating Drug Addiction

Beating Drug AddictionWhat Can Be Lost Due To Drug Addiction If you are struggling with addiction, or know someone who is, you aware of the fact that it slowly begins to deteriorate everything in your life.

It begins with smaller unnoticeable things and before you know it, your entire world has been flipped upside down.

If you are curious about what drug addiction will eventually lead to, the following chapter has the answers you are looking for.

What Will Happen?

There are numerous things that can happen from drug addiction and none of them are really positive. The negative outcomes of an addiction could be listed for days, so instead of rambling on I will give you an example of a few things that will almost certainly happen.

Loss of Relationships:

Everyone has their breaking point. This means that no matter how much someone may love someone else, they get to a certain point where they can no longer take the stress or the fear and are forced to part ways. This will likely fuel the addiction and make problems even worse. In fact, many of these situations end in suicide or other terrible outcomes.


As a drug addict, it will not be very long until you are arrested. The law enforcement agencies are getting tired of the abundance of drugs and are starting to give out much more stiff penalties, even to first time offenders. Having drug charges on your record will surely add complication to your financial situation since getting a good job would be very difficult.


Some drug use may lead to STDs. Especially drugs that are injected. The rate of people with HIV and Hepatitis C in the drug community is outrageous. Many addicts begin to not care about hygiene and safety and will begin sharing needles and having unprotected sex with people they normally wouldn’t.


An addiction will eventually lead to death. It does not matter how much a person thinks that they are in control and can stop at any time, they are delusional! Abusing drugs slowly kills addicts as well as damages the health of those who care for them due to the high stress of the situation. You must begin recovery!

Regards, Coyalita

Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Specialist & Addiction Counselor

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