Heroin Anonymous Hotline is designed to help those individuals who struggle with heroin addiction, and their families to learn and understand different facts about the drug, and to find the best treatment solution for their unique and individual case.
Heroin abuse may cause serious health conditions, such as : fatal overdose, infectious diseases, like HIV/AIDS and hepatitis, and a loss of fetus. Chronic users of heroin may develop collapsed veins, heart failure, liver or kidney disease. One of the most common side effects of heroin abuse is : pulmonary complications, that associates with pneumonia, and depressing effects on respiration. In addition street heroin often contains toxic contaminants or additives that can lead to clog blood vessels leading to the lungs, liver, kidneys, or brain, causing permanent damage to vital organs.