Emotional effects of drugs
Emotional neglect is the failure to satisfy a child's normal emotional needs, or behavior that damages a child's normal emotional and psychological development (such as permitting drug abuse in the home).
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i think the answer is the drug is a physical drug.
Gregory A Austin has written: 'Drugs and personality' -- subject(s): Drug abuse, Personality change, Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Drug abuse 'Guide to the drug research literature' -- subject(s): Drug abuse, Bibliography, Research
This may include:Excessive smoking, drinking or drug abuseEmotional or physical abusePoor living conditions and habitsPoor personal attitudes
Depends on the drug. In addition to the emotional effects, drugs can damage various parts of your body, which can result in illness or death. They can also affect coordination and judgement, so you do really stupid things that get you hurt or killed.
The effects of drugs and teens can be many. Ranging from physical effects on the body and organs to relational effects with parents and friends. The common effects of drug abuse leads to addiction and dependence to the substance. This addiction can last throughout a persons life if the right help isn't received. You see, it's not just the substance abuse that is issue. There is a whole other side to addiction that is connected with secrecy, emotional wellness, handling situations appropriately, relationships, and the list can go on. Though one may suppress and hide ones drug abuse, these other issues reveal them selves as apart of this drug addiction.
depression and anger
The possible answer in the eradication of drug abuse is information dissemination. If students, parents, young and old professionals are aware of its effects to oneself and society, therefore drug abuse will be eradicated.
The two health effects of drug abuse include increased heart rate, and addiction.
Brain damage or death.
Marvin R. Burt has written: 'A comprehensive emergency services system for neglected and abused children' -- subject(s): Abused children, Services for 'Psychosocial characteristics of drug-abusing women' -- subject(s): Drug abuse, Drug abuse surveys, Drug use, Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Drug abuse, Women 'Worldwide survey of nonmedical drug use and alcohol use among military personnel, 1980' -- subject(s): Alcohol use, Drug abuse surveys, Drug use, Soldiers
The two health effects of drug abuse are impaired short-term memory and increased heart rate.
Janis Joplin died of the side-effects of Drug abuse.
Drug abuse causes multiple problems for countries and communities. The medical and psychological effects are very obvious. Addicts cannot function as normal members of society. They neglect or abuse their families, and eventually require expensive treatment or hospitalization. The second effect is on crime. Huge police resources are needed to fight smuggling and dealing. Criminal gangs and mafia underworlds develop with the money from drugs.
Drug abuse is when person uses a drug on purpose with negative side effects whereas drug misuse is when a person improperly uses a drug that cause negative side effects. -- Drug abuse, like alcohol abuse, is when you use a drug excessively, to the detriment of your physical or mental health. Misuse is when a drug is not used properly, such as taking the wrong dose, or using the wrong drug for the wrong purpose. For instance, taking antibiotics for a cold. Since colds are caused by viruses, and antibiotics only work for bacterial infections, that would be a misuse of antibiotics.
Drug abuse is drug abuse, regardless of whether or not the woman is pregnant.
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The effects are the worst possible. The pleasure lasts short, the suffering lasts long.
# Animal abuse # Child abuse # Elder abuse # Spousal abuse # Emotional abuse or psychological abuse # Physical abuse # Sexual abuse # Spiritual abuse # Verbal abuse * Human rights abuse * Legal abuse (Vexatious or malicious litigation/prosecution) * Drug abuse * Internet abuse http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abuse The answer depends on what you define as abuse. The list is most likely quite endless. And some people thrive in situations where others crumble. Sorry for the lack of a good answer; but with what little information I have on your perspective and why you need this information, this is the best answer I've got for you. http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij/topics/crime/child-abuse/welcome.htm
Joyce A. Bockar has written: 'Primer for the nonmedical psychotherapist' -- subject(s): Chemotherapy, Diagnosis, Drug abuse, Psychological manifestations of general diseases, Psychopharmacology, Psychoses 'Primer for the psychotherapist' -- subject(s): Diagnosis, Drug abuse, Drug therapy, Mental Disorders, Mental illness, Psychological manifestations of general diseases, Psychopharmacology, Psychotherapy
Drug abuse will affect people's physical and mental health. According to TeensHealth.org, drug abuse causes changes to the body and brain that are harmful. The health problems that result from drug abuse will depend on the specific drug being abused. General health effects of drug abuse include respiratory problems, heart problems, loss of memory, neurological damage, mental health disorders such as mood disorders, overdose and death.
This is an enormous field and it would be better to direct to the related link below (Drug Abuse and Addiction)
Drug misuse means a maladaptive pattern of taking drugs that cause you harm despite knowing their bad effects.
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