Regd No. H/Rs-3577,Dtd, 16/12/2003
35-BEDDED TREATMENT-CUM-REHABILITATION CENTRES in Longleng District
Complete address of Rehab Centre: Medical Ward/ Colony, House No-68, Post Longleng, Nagaland
The Ayolta Human Resource Society has started Rehab Centres on 6th July 2013 at Orangkong Village, Longleng when we started only 3 Three Drug addiction where admit. In the year of 2015 we sift our centre at Medical ward colony Longleng Town.
Reports: Drug addiction is becoming a major health problem in Nagaland with some estimates indicating that as many as 15 million people in India could become addicts by the end of 2004. Link between drug abuse and crime is well established but recently the association between drug addiction and HIV/AIDS has been a prime concern for health authorities in India. A significant recent shift in drug use patterns in India is the move from smoking to injecting drug use. Heroin, buprenorphine (tidigesic/tamgesic) and dextropropoxyphene (spasmo-proxyvan) are the most commonly injected drugs in India.
Once the life history is reviewed, a detailed alcohol and drug use history is reconstructed. This is be done by reviewing each life period and asking four questions: (1) How much alcohol or drugs did you use? (2) How often did you use it? (3) What did you want alcohol and drug use to accomplish? and (4) What were the real consequences, positive and negative, of your use? In other words, did the booze and drugs do for you what you wanted it to do during each period of your life?
Finally, the recovery and relapse history is reconstructed. Starting with the first serious attempt at sobriety each period of abstinence and chemical use is carefully explored. The major goal is to find out what happened during each period of abstinence that set the stage for relapse. This is often difficult because most relapsers are preoccupied with their drinking and drugging and resist thinking or talking about what happened during periods of abstinence.
1) Alcohol Abuse can result in psychological dependence, liver disease, (hepatitis, cirrhosis), chronic pancreatitis, gastritis and gastric ulceration, cardiovascular problems (e.g. hypertension) and neurological problems.
2) Heroin can cause – Addiction, depressed respiration, clouded mental functioning, death due to overdose, nausea and vomiting, spontaneous abortion in pregnant woman. Intravenous use can cause Infectious diseases (e.g., HIV/AIDS and hepatitis B and C), collapsed veins, bacterial infections, arthritis and other rheumatologic problems.
3) amphetamines Long-term heavy use of amphetamines may lead to malnutrition, skin disorders, ulcers and diseases resulting from vitamin deficiencies. Regular use may contribute to lack of sleep and weight loss. Intravenous users are at risk for serious, life-threatening diseases such as AIDS, lung and heart disease and other cardiovascular diseases.