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Legal Vs Illegal drugs and the misuse of illegal drugs and the effects on the body and society.
Transcript of Legal Vs Illegal drugs and the misuse of illegal drugs and the effects on the body and society.
-Nicotine is only legal to people over the age of 18.
-In most places you have to be either 18 or 21 to be allowed to drink alcohol.
-Many kids can be getting headaches and pains from drinking energy drinks such as: monster, boost and many others. What are the illegal drugs? The illegal drugs are the ones that people are growing without permission and the illegal drugs are the ones that have a chance of getting you addicted and have a chance of killing you. Marijuana, heroin, cocaine, ecstasy and crack are the main illegal drugs that people are becoming addicted to over the country.
-Heroin is considered one of the most powerful drugs
- Cocaine is a drug you can take by chewing, smoking, inhaling, or even injecting
-Marijuana has many street names including maryjane, pot, weed, and grass Drugs have effects on society in many different ways. The negative consequences of drug abuse affect not only individuals who abuse drugs but also their families and friends, various businesses, and government resources. “in 2004 over 3.5 million individuals aged 18 and older admitted to having injecting a illicit drug during their lifetime. Illegal drugs and the effect on the body and society... With the misuse of drugs they don't all have to be illegal because people are stupid and misuse paracetamol. All drugs can be misused at any point in time and any time of day. Each drug has its own signs of use and abuse.
The best prevention is to avoid using illegal drugs. If you have family members who have been addicted to alcohol or drugs, you have a much greater chance of becoming addicted to a drug or having a problem with it.