[ nɑːkˈɒtɪks ˈadɪkts], [ nɑːkˈɒtɪks ˈadɪkts], [ n_ɑː_k_ˈɒ_t_ɪ_k_s ˈa_d_ɪ_k_t_s]
How to use "Narcotics addicts" in context?
Addicts of narcotics suffer from a withdrawal syndrome when they abruptly stop using the drug. The symptoms can range from mild to severe and last for a few days to several weeks. Frequent use of narcotics over a period of time can cause tolerance to develop, so that smaller doses are required to produce the desired effect. This can lead to users taking larger doses to achieve the same effect, which can then lead to overdose. Opioid addiction is a serious problem and should not be taken lightly. Treatment options are available, and addicts who seek help can recover.
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