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2012-07-31 02:38:37
2012-07-31 02:38:37

It really depends on the drug. You'll have to be more specific. Different drugs have different effects on the body.


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every drug has an effect on the human body like over the counter drugs witch are the good drugs like Advil have a good effect on the body but street drugs like alchol have bad effects and can cause cancer

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A drug is a substance which may have medicinal, intoxicating, performance enhancing or other effects when taken or put into a human body

Some enhance performance, and some detract. Your question needs to be more specific.

There are so many different types of illegal drugs and so many different effects that no one person could answer the question as stated.

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It has many effects on the human body.

the effects that can happen are loss of brain and slurred speech, loss of ordination,

No, never. Drugs may have positive short-term immediate effects, but their long-term effects severely damage the body and mind.

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They kill alot of your cells

Smoking has many harmful effects on the human body. Cigarette smoke contains many toxic substances. Carbon monoxide reduces the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood, tar (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) causes cancer, nicotine is an addictive drug and a vaso-constrictor which reduces blood circulation and contributes to heart disease, particulates coat the lungs and contribute to emphysema, etc. As for the effects of taking drugs, that depends upon which drugs you are taking, however all drugs have side effects, and most recreational drugs are extremely dangerous. Common side effects include addiction, insanity and death. Some drugs do have legitimate medical uses, but they should never be used for fun. There are much better ways to have fun. Try playing a video game.

The effects of drugs are to alter, mimic, change, interfere, kill, stop, speed, accelerate, decelerate, etc. aspects of the both the physical/physiological body or produce central nervous system effects. On a general level, prescribed drugs (taken as directed) can relieve symptoms of viruses, bacterial illness, disease and pain. There are always side effects, and some people notice them more than others. Misuse of drugs often is due to these other side effects--mood changing, euphoria and so on. At this level, drugs can affect human behavior, lifestyle and relationships and may be addicting.

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