CLEVELAND - Drug use is like taking a blunt object to the delicate symphony of your brain.
We spoke with a graphic illustrator as we spoke with Sabet to learn the how heroin affects the body.
It's a brain disease, Sabet said, that can lean to physical changes like depression, personalty changes, G.I. problems, and general infections.
When the drug is ingested into the body, it lights up a feeling of euphoria in our brain, and works to mimic many of the body's systems.
After a user's first time getting high, it takes a higher and higher dose to recreate the feeling.
Take a look at the graphic below to get a bigger understanding on how the brain works.