Drug Addiction

Drug addiction usually starts with a peer pressuring them into taking the drug, or they take them because they are told that it will help an injury that they have heal. Another way that it can start is to help with anxiety. Their issue can become worse if the drug works, then they will continue to take them to help with the problem they have.
There are many changes that can happen to them over time if they continue to take the drug. It can destroy their self control to the point where they will do anything to get the drug. It will make it harder to learn, make decisions, and ability to remember information over a long period of time.
When on the drug, they have trouble talking. They can also stumble and lose thoughts. It can impair their vision and hearing too. Their eyes will become red and their handwriting will be very sloppy.
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Colin McQuiston
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