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What are the advantages of drugs?
Pleasure is an obvious part of drug use and the short-term physical benefits are well known. Drugs can produce a “high”, give people energy, make them feel good, reduce stress and aid sleep. The social benefits of drug use are more complex to quantify.
What are 5 benefits of being drug free?
Benefits of Recovery
- More Energy. You will have more energy throughout the day.
- Daily Structure. The only thing about routine when we were using or drinking was getting high and drunk.
- Achieve Daily Goals.
- Enhanced Work Ethic.
- Healthy Relationships.
What are the disadvantage of drugs?
Side effects of drug addiction may include: A weakened immune system, increasing the risk of illness and infection. Heart conditions ranging from abnormal heart rates to heart attacks and collapsed veins and blood vessel infections from injected drugs.
What are the disadvantages of drugs?
Side effects of drug addiction may include:
- A weakened immune system, increasing the risk of illness and infection.
- Heart conditions ranging from abnormal heart rates to heart attacks and collapsed veins and blood vessel infections from injected drugs.
What are the causes of drugs?
Certain factors can affect the likelihood and speed of developing an addiction:
- Family history of addiction. Drug addiction is more common in some families and likely involves genetic predisposition.
- Mental health disorder.
- Peer pressure.
- Lack of family involvement.
- Early use.
- Taking a highly addictive drug.
What are the negative effects of using drugs?
The most common negative result of taking a medication, side effects are unwanted consequences of using a drug. They include fatigue, mental confusion, memory problems, sleepiness, sleeplessness, nausea, diarrhea, constipation and dizziness.
What are the risks of taking drugs?
NPS can reduce your inhibitions,so you may do potentially harmful things you wouldn’t normally do.
What are the consequences of using drugs?
These effects often depend on the specific drug or drugs used, how they are taken, how much is taken, the person’s health, and other factors. Short-term effects can range from changes in appetite, wakefulness, heart rate, blood pressure, and/or mood to heart attack, stroke, psychosis, overdose, and even death.