Physical consequences

Physical health consequences: infectious skin diseases, abscesses; sespsis and septicemia; heart valve infection, bacterial endocarditis; thrombosis and inflammatory change in the vessel wall; toxic liver damage, acute and chronic hepatitis B,C; cirrhosis;  HIV, HCV, HBV virus contamination; weakened immune system,  drug poisoning; toxic neuropathy; digestive disorders, malnutrition, hormonal imbalance; infertility and impotence; overdose, cardiac and respiratory arrest, edema, post hypoxic brain damage resulting in paresis, paralysis and other neurological deficit, tics, seizures, dementia and death.