What are the effects of lack of provisions?
Hunger and malnutrition are effects of lack of provisions.
Most hallucinogens are not physically addictive which means there is no chemical change in your brain that makes you crave more. You can, however, become psychologically addicted to them just as you can be psychologically addicted to pretty much anything. The effects of withdrawal may include irritability, lack of appetite, lack of sleep, lack of focus, sweating and others.
The physical effects are: headaches, poor appetite, a change in eating habits, sleeplessness, loss/gain of weight, deterioration of health, bruises, ulcers, lack of personal hygiene and lack of energy. the emotional effects are: low self esteem, lack of confidence, feeling unwanted, insecurity, becoming withdrawn, depression/stress, anxiety, sudden change in behavior, lack of co-operation and learned helplessness. the social effects: isolation, lack of friends, becoming withdrawn, unrecognized as an individual, feel like a stranger and inability…