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Phenomenological Study of Women's Substance Abuse

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    Purpose: Official reports show that, in addition to increasing drug use in the country, the trend of addiction goes from single genter to two sex) female and man(. Several factors  are effective in the reasons  of substance abuse and addiction, that in interacting with each other to initiate and then addiction. The purpose of this study is to explain the life experience of women who use industrial drugs in Kermanshah.Method: The research methodology is qualitative in the type of phenomenology, the statistical society of industrial drug abuse women in Kermanshah city. Twenty-five subjects were selected through targeted sampling. The interview method was used to collect data. Results: From the data analysis, four main conceptual categories were obtained. The causes of addiction in the main categories of personal and environmental facilitators, substance abuse sensation as the main category of emotional continuity, social consequences of addiction in the main category of punishment of society and the causes of unsuccessful prevention in the form of the main concept of modification and treatment of low-dose Conceptual categories are constructed from 24 sub categories.Conclusion: Based on the results of the study, considering the complexity of the subject, the current fighting conditions are not as responsive to the supply reduction, and the demand reduction methodology, educational programs, economic plans for change, review of laws and prevention programs, and strengthening of supportive programs for the promotion of women To be placed.    

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