A review of statistics related to which drugs send Finns to drug rehabilitation brings a significant difference immediately to view. In Finland, a much larger proportion of people are struggling with opioid addiction than in other Nordic countries.
Norway has taken dedicated action to overcome drug addiction problems but still, overdose death rates are high compared to the rest of Europe. With a holistic recovery program just hours away from the core of its drug use problem, many Norwegian families are finding another route to recovery and sobriety.
France struggles with drug and alcohol addiction of its citizens. An estimated 230,000 are high-risk opioid users who may not be receiving treatment. A similar number are being treated for addiction to drugs like cannabis, cocaine, heroin or MDMA.
Any country, no matter how beautiful, has individuals who prey on others by trafficking and selling drugs. In Sweden, land of endless fir forests and Northern Lights, traffickers are moving cannabis, amphetamines, heroin, cocaine, MDMA, synthetics, prescription drugs and stimulants through the country.
Methadone is an incredibly powerful drug. In many countries around the world, methadone is promoted as the solution of heroin addiction. Unfortunately, only a few people mention the consequences of switching from heroin to methadone.
I recently read various reports on the internet that the use of cannabis, hash, and marijuana has increased. Is it something to be worried about? Yes, I think so. I clearly remember my upbringing and how my interest in drugs started at age 11. At that time beer was the gateway.
Many people who read this blog will already be aware of the substance we’ll be talking about, but before we get into the subject of the situation in Denmark related to this drug. I would like to clarify some points for those who don’t have information about it.
“If you’re a cocaine user or addict and you think cocaine does not hurt anyone but yourself, you are wrong. I watched my brother lose everything he had to cocaine. He lost his house, job, wife, and I am now raising his child.
It is present in our societies a constant and growing economic pressure on the populations and in all social strata. A large section of the population in the face of this growing pressure is often submerged and no longer finds a natural way to a happier and happier life.
There were 1,000 deaths from cocaine in one year—this alarming fact makes me reflect on how this society is increasingly controlled and made stupid.