What are drugs? Drugs are substances which have a physiological impact when ingested or generally brought into the body. There are lots of ways people can use drugs. Drugs can be beneficial to the community and may also be the same drugs that are harmful to the community. Wine was utilized in any event from the time of the early Egyptians; from 4000 B.C.; and therapeutic utilization of weed has been dated to 2737 B.C. in China. Not until the nineteenth century. A.D. was the dynamic substances in medications extricated. It took a period when some of these new found substances morphine, laudanum, cocaine were totally unregulated and recommended unreservedly by doctors for a wide assortment of diseases (Abadinsky, 2012). They were accessible in patent pharmaceuticals and sold by voyaging tinkers, in drugstores, or through the mail. Amid the American Civil War, morphine was utilized unreservedly, and injured veterans returned home with their units of morphine and hypodermic needles. By the mid-1900s there was an expected 250,000 addicts in the United States (Abadinsky, 2012). Drugs used in a harmful way have its causes and effects on why it’s used in this way. Drugs which are used in a harmful way can affect the individual, friends and family, and the society as well.
Firstly, drugs used in a harmful way affect the individual by making the person loners and that come from feeling depressed or fed up. That feeling the drug addicts get can come from a lot of places like, school, college, home or even at work. The drug addicts can get really tired of working all the time and need a break to escape out of the world, and unfortunately that’s why they tend to go to drugs. Boys and girls get harassed in college and schools all the time which causes depression and depression leads these boys and girls to socialize together on the same factor collecting them, which are drugs. The effects of using drugs harmfully on individuals can be really vicious. With the
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