Our expert says:
Sosegon (chemical name: Pentazocine) is a synthetic opioid analgesic drug used to treat mild to moderately severe pain. Like most opoid drugs, Sosegon is highly addictive and physical dependence is quickly followed by emotional dependence and full blown addiction.
A hallmark of addiction is the inability to resist a substance (or behaviour) despite known negative side effects and consequences.
In dealing with a situation such as you describe, the first step is to undergo a medically supervised detox which will ideally be followed by a structured treatment programme to prevent future relapse. As difficult as it is to acknowledge, not everyone who uses these drugs become dependent on them, which suggests that those who do may suffer from the disease of addiction, which is medically recognised as a primary illness, and which requires correct, professional intervention.
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Good luck - it may seem impossible right now, but many, many people have overcome this.
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