Assignment on Drug Addiction in Bangladesh
Dr. Ariful Bari Chowdhury, MBBS, MPH (Aus)
Lecturer, Department of Public Health
North South University
Imran Ahmed 1020102030 Shuvo Ahsan Khan 1020085030 Mohammad Sazzadur Rahman 1020104030
Mahmudul Hasan 1020019030 Tanvir Rahman 1010128030 S.M. Sobirul Islam 1020256030 MD. Tahamid Ahmed 1020124030
Date: 30 March, 2011
LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL
30th March, 2011
Dr. Ariful Bari Chowdhury
MBBS, MPH (Aus)
Department of Public Health
North South University.
Subject: Submission Of group report
Dear Dr. Ariful Bari Chowdhury,
Here is the group report on the “Drug addiction in Bangladesh” that you asked us to prepare as a part of requirement for our (PBH101) course.
In presenting this report, we have tried our outmost to include all the relevant information and the clarifications to make the report informative and comprehensive.
It was a very enriching and thrilling experience for us to prepare this report. Our report writing skills and communicating skills have improved a lot while doing it. If you should need any kind of assistance in understanding this report, please do not hesitate to consult with us in the classroom.
Thank you for having trust on us and giving us this wonderful opportunity.
Imran Ahmed 1020102030_______________ Shuvo Ahsan Khan 1020085030
_______________ Mohammad Sazzadur Rahman 1020104030 ______________ Mahmudul Hasan 1020019030______________ Tanvir Rahman 1010128030 ______________ S.M. Sobirul Islam 1020256030 ______________ MD. Tahamid Ahmed 1020124030______________
Drug Addiction in Bangladesh
Drug addiction is one of the most burning questions of the world now. Because of drug addiction most of the young generations are leading to astray in the world. A shocking statistics shows that 1 out of 4 Americans between the age of 26 and 34 have used cocaine in their lifetime.
What is drug addiction?
The word addiction means getting habituated with something. In case of drugs when a human body gets dependent on some stimulating things, and after a certain period it creates a habit which means that the body has become dependent on the stimulant which is addiction. World Health Organization (WHO) defines it: “Drug is a chemical substance of synthetic, semi synthetic or natural origin intended for diagnostic, therapeutic or palliative use or for modifying physiological functions of man and animal.” A drug abuser can undergo different stages of tasting apart from normal lifestyle. Drug abuse can decay normal human senses through deep feelings. It creates different types of excitement both in the body and mind. Finally, it makes a person passionate to drugs. In the long run the user has to increase the dose day by day.
Addiction has some stages.
a) Initial stage
b) Pre-mature stage
c) Mature stage and
d) Dangerous stage
a) Initial stage (starting): This is the first stage of drug addiction. At first, a person starts to take drug without concerning his body. At the early stage he takes it just normally, and gets the ordinary happiness, which makes him feel better. Sometimes, he wants to touch heavenly excitement and dreams himself as a floating constituent in the sky. This is the first stage of drug abusing. Amateurs...
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