I've been addicted for 10 years to yaba?

I've been addicted for 10 years to yaba. In the early years, I took yaba one day in the month. Now, I'm taking it every day. Now I want to get rid of yaba addiction?

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Addiction is a progressive disease that attacks the brain.
by: Debbie Wicker

Yaba addiction is a progressive disease of the brain. It's often true that we start using a little bit but end up taking it every day or multiple times a day. Our brain changes, as we become addicted, and we need more and more of the drug to feel "normal" and to avoid very negative withdrawal symptoms.

I highly recommend that you go to your doctor IMMEDIATELY and allow him to help you with your addiction. Tell him what and how much you're taking everyday and get into the treatment he recommends to end your addiction.

Yaba addiction is often fatal is left untreated so please go to you doctor today and begin the addiction treatment he recommends.

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