Effects of Illegal Drugs on the Heart

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Illegal drug abuse and addiction are very serious problems that can affect people of all ages, ranging from adults to infants born to mothers who regularly use drugs. Illegal drugs are drugs that are sold, often for recreational purposes, even though they are not legally approved. These are typically dangerous, with many of them causing health problems, including difficulties with the heart. The type of heart complications a person may potentially suffer from depend on the drug itself as well as other factors. These problems may include a worsening of current heart conditions, a change in heart rate that is either slower or faster, heart failure, or even death.

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