The way you can tell if someone is on drugs is if they come to work and their hair looks a mess or if they get down on thae floor and start quivering.
That's not always true--quite a few drugs don't make someone lose interest in grooming or start quivering. There are four things that are almost always a giveaway:
1. Major changes in the person's social circle.
2. Unexplained changes in the person's financial situation.
3. Significant changes in behavior.
4. Changes in grooming, dress or appearance.
I know, I know, a drug addict is supposed to shun all his old friends, need a ton of money right now, start screwing up at work and look like a dirtbag. That's not always true. People with some level of intelligence who start using drugs might give outwardly positive changes. Someone who's been real reclusive all their life might become a social butterfly. A moderate-means person might suddenly have a LOT of money no one can determine the source of. They might change from being an average worker or student to a top performer, and a lady who's never shown any real interest in "girly" stuff might all of a sudden start dressing really well and wearing really elaborate hair and makeup styles. This is a camouflaging tactic--"If I become a great person outwardly no one will notice I've started shooting heroin."
Here's one I find weird: one of the ways to tell a meth addict is if they use a lot of hand motions during their communication. I guess I'm really in trouble--I have always talked with my hands.
When someone offers you drugs, don't take them.
It can lead to someone taking other drugs. It has happened.
ask them nicely
No... he's a good guy you know?!!
All pills are considered drugs. There are over-the-counter drugs that anyone can buy and there are drugs that you have to have a prescription from a doctor to get. Usually when someone speaks of taking drugs it is medication that is not prescribed to them.
there actions, mood changes, behavior and physical/mentally.
When in doubt.
Only someone guilty of taking drugs would worry about this~
That is a question that only a doctor who knows what medications someone is on can answer. Where anyone is taking medication for more than one condition, a doctor should be informed that someone is taking medication for one of them and they can usually decide what is the best combinations of drugs.
Okay the truth to your answer is that he started taking drugs after he burned his head, and you know how you get hooked on drugs? your system starts to depend on these drugs in order for your body to function.