Category: Preventing Drug Abuse

Drug addiction is a terrible game of luck ,illusion makes a horror story- Preventing Drug Abuse

Drug abuse is defined as the use of a mood-altering drug to change the way one feels. Drugs may be abused by inhaling, sniffing, swallowing, or injecting into oneself. A drug is defined as a substance (and often an illegal substance) that causes addiction, habituation on a marked range in consciousness .The definition includes drugs such as heroin, cocaine, baxuco (a cocaine product), opium, cannabis and psycho-tropic substances as described Drugs.  Drugs can further be defined as simply chemicals that can change something in the body’s chemistry or internal makeup. We use drugs in foods like vitamins. But these are both necessary and beneficial. We use drugs as prescribed by doctors. Drugs are harmful or even fatal if they are used for purposes not intended, or in the wrong way. Many people use the terms ‘drug use’ ‘substance abuse’ and ‘drug abuse’ interchangeably.

However, the term ‘drug’ is mainly used to refer to ‘medicine’, while substance abuse may include chemicals other than drugs. The drug may be legal or illegal, all the same it may be used for legitimate or medical reasons. Drug abuse is one of the most serious social problems we are now faced with. To cope with the problem, it is essential not only to take measures to reduce the supply and demand of abused drugs, but also to put into practice a wide range of policies in the areas of criminal, medical, social, economic and welfare policy etc. Judging from the previous results of case reports and evidence-based research carried out throughout the world, the programmes for drug-abuse prevention are only effective when they are mutually combined and integrated. The purpose of this article  is mainly concerned with not only countermeasures to drug-abuse problems from the viewpoint of criminal policy, but also the introduction of integrated approaches for reducing the supply and demand of illegal drugs and the adverse effects of their abuse. Both drug-related laws and the imposition of punishment for their cultivation, manufacture, smuggling, trading and consumption now regulate their supply and demand.

The attempt to understand the nature of drug addiction, why people become addicted and how to treat them raises many perplexing issues concerning the nature of free will, autonomy, self control, rationality, responsibility, justice and blame. The way we regard and treat drug addicts depends on the crucial question of whether drugs addicts are to a lesser or greater extent, in control of their drug taking behavior. When it comes to deciding whether addicts are sufficiently autonomous to control their addiction it is important to determine whether it is indeed the case that addicts do not have authority over their drug taking habit or to put it another way, whether they lack a basic capacity for self control. A final obstacle of learning about prescription drug abuse is that it essentially has no easy answers. As pharmaceutical companies continue to produce billions of dollars by creating new and more accessible drugs, it is not very likely that the issue of prescription drug abuse will go away anytime soon. interference and prevention by consultant are the key ingredients to reducing where our society is heading in the world of drug abuse, especially for the future of teenagers in this country. In conclusion, the harmful impacts that abusing prescription drugs has among teenagers is clear. Partnering with the community to address this issue is Indiscernible to preparing teenagers to better understand how to use prescription drugs safely. There continues to be an exigency created by this alarming trend, which requires immediate attention from all parties involved. The responsibility to help keep children and Youths safe falls to all of us. Taking action now and educating students about the dangers of prescription drugs is the first step among many to remove this increasingly negative trend.


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