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(Learn more about the brain-body connection.) Yes, deaths from drug overdose have been rising steadily over the last decade, largely due to increases in misuse of opioids.
In 2017, more than 70,200 people died from a drug overdose, significantly more than the 63,000 people who died the year before.
Even when someone relapses and begins using drugs again, they should not give up hope--- they might need to change to a different treatment plan. Even people with diabetes may go off their diet or miss an insulin injection, and their symptoms will recur—that’s a cue to get back on track, not to view treatment as a failure.Information from your environment makes its way to the brain, which receives, processes, and integrates it so that you can survive and function under all sorts of changing circumstances and learn from experience.This information comes from both outside your body (like what your eyes see and skin feels) and inside (like your heart rate and body temperature).The brain is made up of many parts that all work together as a team.Each of these different parts has a specific and important job to do.