Why drugs are bad

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Thousands of people are affected by the abuse of drugs each day. Very few people know the dangers of taking drugs. Many of the abusers are in their teens. They are addicted and can not stop.

Why would people take drugs in the first place? Some people feel pressured into drugs because of their surroundings. Their fellow peers push the person into choices that they might not be ready for. This is known as peer pressure.

The other reason to do drugs is because the popular people do it. Teenagers think the only way that they can fit in is to do drugs. People also do drugs because it can give them a happy, tingling feeling. Drugs make people feel good about themselves. It makes them feel happy and giggly.

But little do these people know about the dangers of doing drugs. Drugs can kill brain cells if the drug is not properly used.

It affects many of a person’s internal organs. Doing drugs could lead to cancer and even death.

Drugs also change a person’s emotions. All of a sudden a person could get snappy and hurt many of their loved ones. A person who would usually be happy and perky would suddenly feel depressed and tired.

A student who takes drugs could see a drop in their grades. The person could have been too tired to study for an upcoming test. The drugs affect the brain and make it hard for people to concentrate on their work.

There are many different kinds of drugs that can be addicting. One is a prescription drug. Prescription drugs are types of medicine. These drugs could be bought at a regular drugstore.

Stimulants make a person all jumpy and happy until it wears off. The person then feels sick and tired.