If you are addicted to the Rohypnol you may think that your addiction is not affecting the people around you. But, the fact is that any drug addiction can damage the lives of your family, friends, co-workers and even complete strangers.
Effects of Rohypnol Addiction on Family and Friends
Drug addiction can take a huge toll on families. Drug addicts tend to spend all their time, energy and money acquiring and using drugs. They become isolated both physically and emotionally and miss out on quality time with their families. They often fail to meet their responsibilities and cause harm to family members, especially children. They often become financially unstable, leading to serious hardship for their families. Money problems caused by drug addiction can lead to many other indirect consequences that can harm loved ones and even result in the breakup of families. There is also an intangible emotional toll taken on the people who care about you. Family members can suffer devastating emotional turmoil worrying about a loved one in the grip of addiction.
Effects of Rohypnol Addiction on Job and Career
Drug addiction can have disastrous consequences for job performance and career success. Especially with a strong sedative/hypnotic drug like Rohypnol, addiction can impair your judgment, coordination and motor skills and overall performance in almost any occupation. Drug addiction commonly results in missed work, missed schedules and poor performance leading ultimately to dismissal. Besides losing your unrealized potential and everything you have worked for, losing your job can leave you and your family financially destitute.
In certain occupations working while under the effects of a strong sedative can pose a safety hazard with potentially disastrous consequences. You need to think again if you work with heavy machinery and suffer from Rohypnol addiction.
Effects of Rohypnol Addiction on Community
Even complete strangers can be harmed by the effects of your Rohypnol addiction. If you drive a car while on Rohypnol you are a menace to everyone in your path. A simple trip to the store could result in an accident that ruins or takes the life of an innocent bystander. The community at large pays many direct and indirect costs for drug addiction. The costs borne by the community for drug addiction include but are not limited to the following:
- Higher insurance costs
- Increased pressure on medical facilities to treat consequences of drug addiction
- Higher crime rate and increased need for police
- Increased pressure on judicial system
- Damage to families and increased need for social services
- Higher taxes to pay for government to address the problem
- Lost productivity
Rohypnol Addiction Help
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