The things it does to you
Short term effects:
Clouded mental functioning
Nausea and vomiting
Hypothermia (body temperature lower than normal)Coma or death (due to overdose)
Long term effects:
Inflammation of the gums
Weakening of the immune system
Respiratory (breathing) illnesses
Muscular weakness, partial paralysis
Reducedsexual capacity and long-term impotence in men
Menstrual disturbance in women
Inability to achieve orgasm (women and men)
Loss of memory and intellectual performance
Pustules on the face
Loss of appetite
How is it used:
Heroin is used in various ways. It can be injected, snorted, sniffed and smoked, depending mainly on the purity of the drug and the preference of the user.
Legal Status:It is a controlled substance. Any person seeking or obtaining diamorphine without disclosing authorization 30 days before obtaining another prescription from a practitioner is guilty of an indictable offense and subject to imprisonment for a term not exceeding seven years.
Social Impact:Heroin use is linked to financial problems among families, also linked to an increase in crime and can also affect employment.
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