Scotland has become the poorest victim of drugs as the death toll from drug abuse has reached a record level high in the region. Who is responsible? What is triggering the conditions in Scotland? Answers to the questions are difficult but yes officials have found at least one truth related to the issue: the train spotting generation, who were introduced to heroin during the 1980s and 1990s have been seen under major effects of the drug abuse.
According to reports submitted from hospital authorities, 580+ people died last year due to drug abuse. The figures were when released almost shocked everyone and were claimed by the health authorities to be the highest total ever recorded till now.
Seeing a 20% increase in the death toll due to drug-related illnesses from the previous year's figure (485 deaths reported), the issue has become a higher concerned one for the government and the concerned authorities.
Drugs are responsible for one in every 100 deaths in Scotland and the maximum strength of victims to this factor is the age group falling between 35 and 44 especially the ones, who were introduced to the first wave of widespread heroin abuse in Scotland.
As goes the saying, one has to pay the price for everything then how can drug abusers be spare?
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