Greed, according to an electronic source, is another reason for drug abuse among teens, as they get others hooked and sell to them to pay for their own habit. (Guillermo D. Jalil) Peer pressure is probably the main reason most teens abuse illegal drugs. During puberty, many teens suffer with depression. Depression is when a teen is not happy with themselves for real or imagined reasons. They may be suffering from low self-esteem or torment by others, leading to not being happy with their appearance or other physical features.
Drug consumption is a wide spread problem throughout young people in the UK today. Drugs can affect young people’s life in many different ways however, young people are addicted with it so much that it is hard for them to withdraw from it. They do not like to withdraw the usage of drugs because it calms them or makes them energetic. There are three types of drugs with each of its own attraction for young people. More young men than young woman reported using drugs.
Drugs are bought illegally or prescribed and used daily. It is a rising problem around the world that needs to stop. There are a few risk factors that make one more susceptible to becoming an addict. Antisocial and experimental attitudes are most seen in teenagers. Some teens like to rebel against society and try new things, and one of those things are drugs.
Some drugs cause physical addiction, which means that after several tries of the particular drug, the body requires that chemical in order to function. Some drugs destroy lives; people use drugs so much that it changes their personality and acceptance of environment, people become happy and sad, active and weak under influence of drugs. It makes their mind and body sick. Heavy drug users do not live long, dying either from health complications or dying on the streets, or if they get lucky they go to jail. In the following paragraphs I am going to talk about the most popular drugs from my point of view and my experience with some of them.
There are some reasons why people might turn to using drugs. People use drugs to escape or relax and want to get comfortable from the effect of drugs. Also, emotional suffering from family or personal problems, losing a job, or having no friends, and environmental stress can be a factor to cause to use drugs. Then, people continue to take drugs heavily, and their body gets used to drugs. This means their body requires more drugs to get the same effects as before, and then they will not be able to stop taking drugs.
Suicide and overdose are great impacts on drug users. Drug use has been a major problem for many years. Many of the users are teenagers, experimenting with the temptation on using a drug. Drugs can affect someone’s life by damaging their health. Drugs can be addictive, and they can bring suicide, or an overdose on someone.
Alcoholism and drug dependence can affect all aspects of a person’s life. Some people are able to use recreational or prescription drugs wi... ... middle of paper ... ... drugs and alcohol for these reasons, it is common for them to continue using, eventually becoming addicted. Alcohol is considered a negative coping strategy ("Why do people," 2010). Many people turn to alcohol in order to deal with life stresses. Alcohol can only provide temporary relief.
that means that, the feeling of wanting the drug results in using more and more of the drug and bigger doses. There are many ways which lead to drug addiction which are the following: social, economic, religious, and physiological factors. There is a close relationship with drugs and bad stuff happening with families. "it has been found that broken family structure often forces one to resort to drug. This is because a person faced with such situation chooses drug for its euphoric or mind-altering effect to escape from the immediate situation.
Drug abuse takes an enormous toll on our society at many levels. The cost of drug abuse on our society is astronomical, not only financially but also personally, emotionally, socially and professionally. Drug abuse is the misuse or overdose of any medication or drug, including alcohol. Many people abuse drugs to deal with everyday life. “Although it is true that for most people the initial decision to take drugs is voluntary, over time the changes in the brain caused by repeated drug abuse can effect a person’s control and ability to make sound decisions, and at the same time send intense impulses to take drugs (Shannon 246)”.
Drug Report The problem of teenagers’ drug use, depression and suicide are evident in our society. Family problems can lead to arguments causing depression and isolation which drags a person towards drugs. Drugs can also lead to death as the drug abuse is increasing among teens in the UK. Teenagers do not realise the consequences they will have to face during their lives. The teenager might get into many conflicts with their family and friends which will create more problems and depression since the person will have no support.