Addiction / Focus: Rehabilitation practices and success rates in American teens

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If there is a question about format, please reference The Owl at Purdue.➢ The paper has strong and academic vocabulary, varied sentence structure, and has been proofread for language mechanics errors.➢ There is no use of first person singular (I) or second person (you) unless found in a direct quote.➢ There is no use of phrases such as “I am now going to explain†or “This paper is aboutâ€.➢ The conclusion provides a further idea or perspective and is not solely summaryProspectus: Neuropsychological functioning in opioid use disorderA common misconception to someone’s well being is that if they look okay that they in fact areokay. While one’s outside appearance may be good to look at if we dig deeper and get to theirhealth it may show they are NOT as okay as one may have assumed. While many people havetheir own opinions on drug addiction one thing is true, impairment to drugs can lead and havepsychological effects that may ot be obvious such as one driving drunk and swerving. While wemay go on about the various amounts of impairments and actions drugs may cause we will lookat one’s neuropsychological functioning in their own opioid use disorder period. We will lookclosely at 2580 clients within 61 areas of studies for analysis in this research paper. (Copyrightof American Journal of Drug & Alcohol Abuse is the property of Taylor & Francis Ltd)Proven in the study the largest effect difference in neuropsychological performance was shownin one’s complex psychomotor ability. Makes me wonder how many people are unable to drivein America due to opioid use disorder. While impairment to driving may be a short term sideeffect, while a long term effect of opioid use could cause structural brain abnormalities. Frombrain scans showing white matter in one’s brain to one losing the ability to memorize day to daythings. From losing the ability to drive to losing the ability to see is real and can happen. It hashappened to clients outside of the study who have struggled with long term opioid use.In studies, long term opioid use can cause underlying issues to major health issues down theroad. In this prospectus I will be diving into the various studies and research done on one’s braindevelopment or brain change to opioid usage. From the beginning stages to change to what can3/4/2022cause a permanent effect to one’s health and life while or after using opioids for long termperiods.By Scott C. Wollman; Alexander O. Hauson; Matthew G. Hall; Eric J. Connors; Kenneth E.Allen; Mark J. Stern; Rick A. Stephan; Christine L. Kimmel; Sharis Sarkissians; Brianna D.Barlet and Christopher Flora-TostadoFor This or a Similar Paper Click To Order NowRelated