HEROIN LONG-TERM EFFECTS

Drug use is continuously affecting the destruction of the body. Frequent injections cause damage to blood vessels and cause infection of blood vessels and heart valves. Tuberculosis1 can be caused by a weak body condition. Arthritis, also a long-term impact of heroin addiction. The addict’s lifestyle which usually alternates with a syringe with another person causes HIV and other infectious diseases. An estimated 35,000 new people are infected with hepatitis C2 (liver or liver disease) each year in the US, more than 70% are drug users who use needles. At this stage usually people who get addicted to heroin will get rehabilitation treatment, but handling with rehabilitation is often less effective, then there is another method that is presented that is ibogaine treatment.

The roots of the plant known as Tabernanthe Iboga; Ibogaine is effective against addiction, depression, and fighting specifically against opiates. Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Research (MAPS) reports that the use of ibogaine as a therapy can cause heart rhythm and vomiting disorders as a common side effect.