Drugs and the impact it takes on teenagers.There must be an anti-drug representation in the education board.Teenagers will become addicted and will one day regret their choices. Drugs can cause things like hallucinations (seeing strange things), sickness, depression, liver and kidney problems and fits. Some drugs can kill the first time the person takes them. Taking too much of any drug is called an overdose. A serious overdose of almost any drug can kill you.”

Your mind goes blank, your eyes begin seeing things, You feel a lightheaded, and pass out.Those are drugs for you and only one of it is bad after effects.Everyone of any age and different stories can get hurt one way or another.And you will notice that pain either now or later.There is no single age group of people more affected by alcohol and drugs than young people. In some ways it feels like it is an issue everywhere: for you, your family and your friends. Plain and simple, try as you might, you can not escape the issues of alcohol and drugs.Drugs and the impact it takes on teenagers.There must be an anti-drug representation in the education board.Teenagers will become addicted and will one day regret their choices.

Stop addiction go into treatment.Highly qualified psychologists, psychia­trists and de-addiction and rehabilitation programmes can help teenagers who are suffering from drug/alcohol abuse. If such help is provided to the affected teen, with sufficient efforts and will power, they could be completely cured and lead a normal and healthy life.

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