Substance abuse is defined as the use of chemical substances in a way that leads to the inability to control the use of those substances. Street drugs such as heroin and crystal meth are dangerous, but prescription drugs can be as addictive as heroin. Drugs work by stimulating various parts of the body and brain producing short-term effects such as increased heart rate, high blood pressure, dizziness, tremors, mood changes and paranoia. In high dosages there is increased risk of heart attack, stroke, respiratory failure and coma. In the long-term, substance abuse can lead to paranoia, psychosis, immune deficiencies and organ damage.
Bio-Touch has been shown to alleviate the symptoms associated with substance abuse. While not a substitute for standard medical care, Bio-Touch is an effective complement to medical protocols. Family members and friends can help one another to feel better, without being concerned about negative side effects.