Drug addiction has been a menace to society for thousands of years, from the use of opium in the 4th Century BC to the huge variety of drugs abused in the 21st century including, cocaine, marijuana, LSD, heroin, and countless others. One such drug is Diazepam, also known as Valium. You may have heard the famous rapper ‘Eminem’ rap about this drug in several of his songs but what exactly is Valium? Diazepam (Valium) is a medicine that acts as an anxiolytic or in simpler words, is used to treat anxiety.
Other medical uses include the treatment of insomnia, muscle spasms, and various withdrawal syndromes. It is a drug that is to be used only if prescribed by the doctor and must be used in quantities specified by the said doctor. However, since it is a drug that is used to relax the mind and create a sense of euphoria many people are unable to withdraw and become addicted to this drug, Former Valium addict Sayra Small claims “[Valium] makes it so you have no problem. I mean the house could burn down and you’d just sit there saying, OK, this is all right.” This shows how it affects the human brain and exactly why these addicts continue to use this drug in obscene amounts, leading to numerous side effects both severe and mild.
People start to abuse Valium usually after being prescribed, but usually, they might start abusing out of boredom just to feel good. Peer pressure and family environment can also contribute to people getting addicted. Every addict has a reason for addiction, and these reasons lead them down the dark road of addiction and abuse.
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