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Drug & Alcohol Home Testing Kits for Your Home
Some people would like to remain anonymous, therefore we provide drug testing kits that allow you to test in your own home (or some place that is private) and the results stay with you. We do not sell or otherwise use
your personal information. Your privacy is very important to us.
Our company is dedicated to helping people help people and we would like to help you. As a person who is interested in helping either a family member or someone else you know, it would benefit you to take a look at the services and products we have to offer.
At homedrugtestingkit.com we provide you with information that will help you identify the signs and symptoms of individuals who are using drugs, and to identify their phase of dependency. It is best to intervene at the first phase of drug use and a personal drug testing kit can help you do that.
There are three phases of drug dependency:
- emergence of dependency
- dependence syndrome
The following is a description of each phase.
1.) Experimentation: The psychology of people in the experimentation phase does not differ very much from those who are not drug users. Some factors that determine whether a person continues to use or not depends on the availability of the drug, having a place to partake in the activity, and friends who use or approve of use.
People in this phase do not see their drug use as a problem and use in moderate amounts. They state it makes them feel more relaxed, less inhibited and euphoric. There is a feeling of resentment towards family, friends and society when warned against drug use because they do not see anything wrong with what they are doing. Some observers such as friends and co-workers may not see negative effects of drug use and thereby reinforce the behavior, believing it to be harmless.
During this phase is when intervention is most timely, before problems arise. But, it is also during this phase that intervention is most difficult because the risks of drug use are often not apparent to the user.
2.) Emergence of Dependency: During this phase a pattern of use develops and is characterized by personal and social adaptation to more frequent drug use.
Users slowly move away from family members, friends and
social situations that do not support their drug use. Users avoid any
potential conflicts between their new lifestyle (which they perceive as
harmless) and their non-drug using lifestyle of the past.
Users convince themselves that everything is still fine and they are not physically ill, depressed or psychologically troubled. They might even be producing well at school and work without noticeable difference.
3.) Dependence Syndrome: The user is now drug dependent and he/she must
continue to use the drug to avoid either physical withdrawal or extreme
anxiety associated with craving.
Users may show increased deterioration in physical health, intellectual ability, emotional and social functioning and their values may be radically different from those they had prior to drug use. The longer this phase persists, the more difficult it will be to stop the drug abuse. Increasing problems at home, work and school become evident. Without treatment there could be loss of family support, education and income for the individual.
Once you have identified the problem, we also provide you with the information you need to contact agencies to get help with drug dependency.
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