How to Spot a Heroin User
Heroin addiction is a deadly problem that affects tens of thousands of people in the U.S. Despite efforts from public and private organizations as well as individuals to curb the use of heroin, it has only gone up in recent years. Heroin is one of the primary drugs that’s part of the opioid epidemic in the United States, and it’s not limited to one particular location, demographic or group. Heroin is incredibly addictive, and for a lot of people that addiction begins after using the drug only one or two times. Parents are burying children, as an example, because of heroin overdoses, so how can you tell if someone is using heroin? What are the things you should look out for if you suspect you have a loved one who is using heroin?
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