Heroin: From Pleasure To Pain

Subject: 
Heroin - recovery
Minutes Long: 
30

This program details information on how heroin changes brain cells and impacts cognition, judgement and rational behaviour. Using interviews with current and recovering heroin users, plus information and live action, this video covers the topic comprehensively, including a discussion of the 5,000-year history of opium and its refinement into the 19th century. Explores the physical and mental effects of heroin such as tolerance, overdoses, and needle related infections, including AIDS. Explains the three main factors, which lead a person into uncontrolled use of heroin. Recovering users share their insights into the recovery process and their preference for a clean and sober lifestyle. 

Produced By: 
CNS/ Cinemed Production
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