Drugs and their destruction are an issue that has occupied the minds of many families, government officials, experts, psychologists and sociologists for many years. For this reason, the present study aimed to investigate mental and physical disorders on drug abusers, as well as the effect of DST method on the parameters caused by abuse. Three sample groups including 100 people (men) were randomly selected from abusers aged 18-60 years who are being treated in the Congress 60 Human Resuscitation Population. The first group used opium, the second group used heroin and the third group used marijuana.
Initially, behavioral and psychological performance tests were taken from each group to assess mental and physical states, and these tests were taken from each group continuously during DST treatment.
The results showed that behavioral and psychological performance was more appropriate for people being treated with DST than other methods. From the findings of this study, it can be concluded that drug abuse leads to brain damage, the frequency and type of treatment has been very effective in recovering these defects. Therefore, the use of treatment based on the treatment of each of the defects (physical and mental) became necessary and undeniable.