Heroin Education and Prevention
Heroin education and prevention is now a national priority, and unless the correct information and news reaches those at risk of experimenting with it, this crisis of use will continue to destroy lives, impact the economy, and destroy whole communities. This problem of heroin addiction is growing worse. Who knows how far it will go before it plateaus?
Heroin is a deadly dangerous drug, but too many users learn that lesson too late. Part of the answer with heroin education and prevention is short concise and easy to use media content, but these tools are difficult to find.
Communities and schools and employers want to educate their employees, but finding a solid ten minute video is nearly impossible. You can find films with actors, but there so much fluff in the typical movie, and a lot of wasted time is experienced in the typical training and education session.
One with solid content on heroin education and prevention is finally here in this product. You can purchase this product to educate employees and people in communities. No more longer product or VHS tapes you can't run on a computer or an iPad or SmartPhone. We have all the formats and means of educating your employees or constituencies.
Not educating people and helping prevent users for experimenting with heroin is a big problem. This destruction can stop, but it takes a strong and concerted effort with the right educational materials. The key is reaching children early, teenagers, and young adults, particularly those who at risk for substance abuse experimentation and addiction.
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Heroin is a notoriously addictive drug that affects not only the lives of the people who get addicted to it but also their loved ones and society. It is one of the leading causes of the spread of such diseases as hepatitis and HIV/AIDS. This WorkExcel program was produced educate employees and others about heroin with the goal of influence their decision at stay away from it, seek treatment for addiction, and be proactive with friends and family trapped in a death spiral of heroin addiction.
Employees who use heroin may have unpredictable patterns of attendance because the withdrawal syndrome from heroin, which is severe and agitating, requires dosing once every 6 to 24 hours as it begins.
Employees may begin sweat, become lathargic, experience anxiety, depression, sneezing, tears, sleep difficulties (insomnia), cold sweats, chills, severe muscle and bone aches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, cramps, watery eyes, fever and cramp-like pains and spasms
Contents of this program include information about the prevalence of heroin, that the problem of use and addiction is still growing and its relationship to the increase in the sharp increase in the number painkillers being prescribed. Once addicted to a pain killer like hydrocodone, heroin may be sought because it is cheaper.
This program covers, What is heroin? Why is it addictive? How reward centers of the brain respond to the drug. The addiction pattern and the negative related consequences of addiction. Heroin's effects on the body. Physical problems heroin users will experience. What happens when tolerance to the drug begins to build. What are the treatment options for heroin, and do they work?