“A visual journey through addiction” – The New York Times

addiction 2PHOTO: Center on Addiction.org

THE FINAL TRAP of addiction is laid when you muster the courage to stop. You may not even realize you are physically dependent until you experience withdrawal for the first time.

“There might be crippling pain, vomiting, insomnia, spasms, hot and cold flashes, goosebumps, congestion and tears. All this on top of debilitating anxiety and depression.

“You might feel like you’re having the worst flu of your life, or like a demon is crawling out of your skin.

“This misery could last for weeks.

“Dying from withdrawal is uncommon, but it doesn’t feel that way at the time. These harsh symptoms can make quitting seem impossible.” 

Click here to read and experience the “A visual journey through addiction” at The New York Times

 

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