The most addictive drugs
First of all: Let it be clear that in no way do we want to do drug apology, but to prevent potential consumers of addictions . And at the same time show some that are considered "tolerated" in our society. These are the most addictive drugs and their potential for addiction according to the magazine "In Health", from chemicals to alcohol or tobacco , through the best known, such as methamphetamine or crack . In short, something very serious that we should consider.
Addiction potential: 100% Nicotine is the most addictive drug that exists. Being a legal drug for adults, it is one of the most consumed in the world. Nicotine is consumed in tobacco, and it is the main reason that tobacco is so addictive, even though it contains many more bad substances for the body. Nicotine is one of the most difficult drugs to stop, and those who try it may feel, in the process, headaches, insomnia, difficulty concentrating ...
Addiction potential: 98% Methamphetamine in the form of glass or ice is a drug that is smoked, although its withdrawal effects are very similar to those of injected methamphetamines.
Addiction potential: 97% Variant of cocaine, crack is a drug that appeared in the 80s. It can give intense pleasure a few minutes, followed by depression. It can end up causing anxiety, panic crisis, even cancer or psychological problems such as paranoia, etc ...
Potential for addiction: 94% Crystal methamphetamine is a drug that produces immediate euphoria but in the long term causes brain damage and disorders.
Potential for addiction: 85% Valium and Diazepam are legal drugs that act as a sedative. They are used for sleep disorders and depressions.
Addiction potential: 83% Metaculone appeared in the fifties as a pill to fall asleep, as a relaxant and as a sedative. In the sixties it began to be used as a recreational drug by offering a sensation like alcohol.
Potential for addiction: 82% The seconal was used for many years as a sleeping pill, but its high addiction caused it to be withdrawn from the market. It ended up causing anxiety, nausea and increased heart rate.
Potential for addiction: 82% Alcohol is the drug, or one of the drugs, most consumed worldwide . It can give the feeling of euphoria and help forget problems, but its excessive consumption causes damage to the liver and even the heart.
Potential for addiction: 81% Heroin is a variation of morphine that causes a feeling of euphoria, but ends up causing bone pain, muscle aches, sleep problems, nausea ...
Potential for addiction: 81% Crank is a drug that causes euphoria , less appetite, and a feeling of more energy, although it can end up causing blood vessels in the brain to break, heart problems, seizures, and even end up resulting mortal.
And so far the most addictive drugs that exist worldwide. We hope this list is useful to all readers to raise awareness of the dangers of drug use.