3 Tips from Someone With Experience
Drugs have been around for a very long time. The use of drugs is not pegged to modern society only. The earliest known drug was a hallucinogenic mushroom. They did not have to be planted as they could be found anywhere. Do not think that drugs are good for you just because your ancestors used them at one point. People in the past can be excused for their drug use since there were no studies on the effects of drugs at the time.We can also excuse those who used drugs in the past because they only used those that grew naturally.
With the development of science and technology came advancements in many fields an it is saddening that one of the main benefactors of this development is the drug industry. A lot of drugs today are engineered in laboratories and then sold to the ignorant population. A lot of chemicals are combined in the manufacture of most of these drugs, thereby making them very dangerous. If you use the drugs being sold today, you will lose your power of reasoning and find yourself craving more even when you know the drugs are wrong for you. In this article we will be looking at the effects of two of the most commonly abused drugs in society today.
Cannabis is the first drug we will look into. Marijuana is another name for this drug though a lot of youths prefer to call it weed. In some states, you will find that marijuana is legal but this is only the case because of recent studies that have shown that marijuana can be of help in the medical industry.It is however important to note that cannabis, just like alcohol numbs one’s central nervous system and hence the reason why most users of this drug are slow in reacting to situations. Most people who begun using marijuana at a tender age develop paranoia and schizophrenia later on.
The second drug we will be looking at is cocaine. Cocaine, unlike alcohol and cannabis is a stimulant that gives one a high for some minutes. After the buzz, you will experience a crash and this is when you will crave more of the drug here hence the reason why this drug is one of the most addicting. Cocaine fastens one’s heart rate and this can cause breathing problems, a heart attack or a stroke. Some of the most common effects of cocaine are loss of weight, sleep deprivation, hallucinations, psychosis and collapse of the septum because the snorting of cocaine through the nose creates sores in the nose.