I believe in where it states the disease concept is an addiction it model that both defines addiction and presents an approach for treatment. I believe that this disease is held to a condition that left untreated by the medical community. I personal am a recovering addict and when I start using everything was good but as the years went on I started to progress anxiety and depression. When I was addictive to drugs I was in denial until one day I look in the mirror and didn’t even know the person I was and knew I had a problem with drugs and alcohol that was the scariest thing that ever happen to me.
pharmacological aspects on your body and brain is very sickening, when you are addict you don’t realize how bad your killing you self and hurting yourself inside it affects your cells, tissue, organ and many more things in your body the main thing would be your brain. One way pharmacological can affect the body is increase in blood pressure and the heart rate. You can also have bad stomach problems like acid reflex and tumors in your stomach their multiple things that can wrong.
When I was an addict I didn’t have no idea on how this would affect me. Once I started using I didn’t realize how bad my body was getting ruined and my family was breaking up we weren’t as close and the trust was not there no more because of my actions. I didn’t really realize what I was doing because I wasn’t in a clear set of mind. I became more irresponsible and disrespectful to people. I didn’t care about no one but myself. I got into a lot of trouble with the law because of my actions that I’m still paying for. I don’t regret my life I just wish I could re live my life so I could have done stuff different.
When you have an addiction to a disease the affects will change how you think, feel and react to things sociological effects your brain and how you go about things. The choices you make in life. For example it will affect your education...