People that want to stop Adderall cannot because of the feeling that it gives them, and the cravings their bodies get. When they stop, they can start to get jittery, and then take more Adderall than recommended, and get addicted quickly by doing this. Then they run out of their prescription, and need that same feeling. The patients then get cocaine, and sometimes meth because they both give the same effect on their minds and bodies as Adderall did. As they start to overdose on these drugs, signs of increasing body temperature, convulsions and hallucinations will be shown (Drug Fact Sheet).
Most of these adolescents look at oral sex as safer type of sex but they don’t understand that type-1 herpes starts around the lips and the mouth. This still leaves them at the risk of getting the herpes virus, which leads to type-2 herpes virus also known as genital herpes. The Washington Post also mentioned that there is no evidence that condoms reduce the risk of getting genital herpes during oral or anal sex (Washington 2). Knowing that there is no proof that condoms really reduce the risk of spreading or getting genital herpes is even scarier. With that information alone no one should engage in sexual intercourse with a genital herpes carrier, with or without a condom, at all.
The person can not live without using drugs. "it is a form of psychological conditioning that implies a set of mental and behavioral responses to drugs and related stimuli that result from repeated reinforcement produced by the use of drugs. It implies physical, psychological and psychic dependence on the tolerance of a drug with a tendency to take more and more drugs. The world health organization has defined drug abuse as a state of periodic, chronic intoxication, detrimental to the individual and to the society, produced by repeated consumption of drugs either natural or synthetic." that means that, the feeling of wanting the drug results in using more and more of the drug and bigger doses.
They will also begin to sweat extremely bad, get horrible stomach cramps and aches, and also a high fever. There are many street names for Heroin; Crank, Jive, Horse, Shag, Dope, Smack, and Junk are just a few of the many street names for Heroin. Heroin affects the body in many different ways. It affects the brain the most when used and also when not used. When it is used often, more Heroin is needed to feel the same effects, and when is not used, the brain and body start to feel withdrawal symptoms.
All drugs negatively affect the brain. That is why drugs can make your body feel high, low, slow, or fast, or make the user see things that are not truly there. Some drugs can hurt your brain and affect how you act and how your body feels. These problems might last just a little while, or for the rest of your life. Drug abuse and addiction will often change your brain chemistry (Effects of Drug Abuse).
She kind of abused the substance to the point where she used prostitution to get the drugs and later died of a drug overdose. This book was published in the form of a diary in entry form of a girl’s drug addiction. The characters in this novel are introduced to drugs, sexual activities and abuse. It was censored in many states because of the inappropriate behaviors in the book. The public schools and libraries wanted to deter the teenagers from trying drugs and to act upon sexual activities.
Chronic addiction affects parts of the brain negatively, which leads to memory loss, poor decision-making, poor judgments, and immoral behaviors. These effects on the brain from drugs are long-lasting. Symptoms of Drug Abuse and Addiction There are several alcohol addiction symptoms. Some of them include weight loss, stammering, red pupils, hallucinations, instant change in moods, aggressiveness, neglecting responsibilities, financial problems, unhealthy friendships, isolation, and restlessness. Additionally, due to change in eating habits, an addict of alcohol or other substances can look undernourished.
(Lawrence Robinson pg.1) Many people start out using drugs by peer pressure or out of their own curiosity. Stress, anxiety, lows self-esteem and depression could be another factor to start using drugs. The drug takes over your body and gives you a good feeling that many people tend to enjoy. The urge to use the drug can keep increasing rapidly after the first use. The urge can become so severe that your mind can find many other ways to deny the factor of addiction.
Most people, especially adolescents, do not understand that the media does not accurately portray sex. The majority of sex shown on TV is between two unmarried people who have no true fear or knowledge of the potential dangers of sex. The risks of sexually transmitted infections (sti’s) are almost never mentioned along with the use of a condom on any TV show. If a character is, or becomes pregnant television again fails to show the extremity of the situation. Adolescents viewing these shows do not understand that what is shown are not real life situations.
Teenagers fail to realize oral sex can lead to herpes, gonorrhea, and syphilis. STDs can be transmitted by mouth contact and also sores in the mouth pose a threat. The purpose of this proposal is to examine how the lack of correct information, practices, and irresponsibility can be a contributing factor to unforeseen circumstance, negative consequences in the form of unwanted pregnancies. No teenager who has ever found themselves in this situation reported that it was something they were equipped or prepared for. This is a