How a drug addict behaves

Drug addiction has different phases that involve some kind of physical, mental, emotional or social deterioration, in that sense, we are going to point out in this post some of the behaviors that addicts manifest, so that you can detect how a person who is on drugs behaves.


Contrary to what you might think, alcohol is not a stimulant, alcohol is a central nervous system depressant that causes a drop in blood pressure and accelerates the heartbeat. Small amounts usually calm people down.

Other people become excited, probably because alcohol suppresses the mechanisms that normally control active behavior, so that they lose inhibitions and behave exaggeratedly; they are sociable, groggy, or aggressive.

For most people, large quantities of alcohol produce a dulling effect, obfuscating sensations, impairing judgment, memory and muscular coordination, and finally producing a state of unconsciousness.


  • Reddened eyes and dry mouth and throat.
  • Altered sense of time, thinks minutes seem like hours and vice versa.
  • Impaired ability to perform work that requires concentration, coordination and quick reactions.
  • Mood changes often, sometimes to euphoria, sometimes to melancholy or to a state of emotional indifference.
  • They manifest that colors appear more vivid, that music is heard more clearly or that physical sensations are perceived more intensely.
  • Their short-term memory is affected.
  • Depending on the quantity and quality of the marijuana and the psychological state of the smoker, the result can be confusion, anxiety and delirium (Relman, 1982).


  • They feel that the heartbeat is accelerated, that it beats more strongly and sometimes irregularly.
  • People who take them have a tendency to talk a lot, to be energetic, alert and in a good mood, little interested in sleeping and very interested in sexual activity.
  • Weight loss and malnutrition are observed
  • They complain of muscle and joint pain.
  • They fall in a state of unconsciousness and feeling of paralysis.
  • Amphetamine psychosis: they present paranoia, hallucinations and inability to recognize familiar faces.
  • Violence and aggressiveness, especially during the depression that so often follows euphoria.


  • Feeling of euphoria and enthusiasm.
  • Increased temperature and blood pressure
  • Dilated pupils
  • Decreased appetite
  • The user usually feels strong, energetic and optimistic.
  • Inhibitions disappear and perception may be altered.
  • Hallucinations that can lead to paranoia, panic attacks, anxiety, depression, impotence and insomnia.
  • A cocaine user can be dangerous to others.

Barbiturates and other sedatives

  • Impaired memory and judgment.
  • They lead to coma and even death.
  • Their withdrawal can become a frightening experience, during which the addict suffers tremors, nausea, cramps, vomiting, hallucinations and a distorted sense of time and space.
  • Hallucinogens or Psychedelics
  • They suffer from chills, nausea, tremors and heart palpitations.
  • They bring to mind, in an unexpected way, images forgotten since a long time ago.
  • Euphoria or panic.
  • It elevates your mood, stimulates and increases the sensitivity.
  • Memory and speech problems.
  • Depressions, anxiety, paranoia, violence, hallucinations, depersonalization, incoordination, body numbness, psychosis, and even death.

Heroin and other narcotics

  • Euphoric, peaceful, content, happy, safe, away from any danger or challenge.
  • Breathing slower and shallower, pupils constricted.
  • Intense itching, nausea and vomiting appear.
  • Withdrawal discomforts such as excessive sweating, tremors, vomiting, mucus and watery eyes, chills, muscle aches, stomach aches and diarrhea.


A drug is a chemical substance that produces physical, mental, emotional and/or behavioral changes in the person who uses it. Psychoactive drugs alter the mind. A person who uses a drug because he/she is unable or afraid to stop using is a drug addict.

If you believe that you or someone in your family is using drugs, do not hesitate to contact the services of Biomagna Pro, the only natural treatment that teaches the body how to heal itself.

Biomagna Pro is a device for the treatment of different types of addictions, which works through the emission of electromagnetic waves, which are the language of the brain, that balance and alleviate the anxiety that drug use produces in the human brain.

The continuous use of Biomagna Pro helps the brain to normalize the levels of dopamine that provide the patient with a sense of well-being, which suppresses the need to consume substances.