What are the consequences of taking drugs?

Question by sweethoney9079: What are the consequences of taking drugs?
PLEase describe the likely consequences of taking drugs


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Answer by Emma L
legal or illegal?

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8 Comments on "What are the consequences of taking drugs?"

  1. Allison's Mom
    09/03/2014 at 8:13 am Permalink

    there aren’t really any serious ones

  2. Ariana
    09/03/2014 at 8:21 am Permalink

    Is this a joke? Drugs are bad for you. There are many consequences…

  3. jessicaxox
    09/03/2014 at 9:15 am Permalink

    well it all depends on what kind of drugs your talking about.

    if your talking about weed, its not THAT big a deal, except its alot worse then smoking cigs, the police could catch you, and you waste alot money on it.

    anything else; yeah youll probably end up dead.


  4. DESTROYdestroy
    09/03/2014 at 9:47 am Permalink

    Getting arrested.
    Slowly destroying your body.
    Doing some very nasty things to get your hands on drugs.

    And thats just drugs in general.

  5. Jacob
    09/03/2014 at 10:30 am Permalink

    what kind of drug?
    pcp makes u do crazy stuff like one mc believed a girl was the devil and ripped open her chest and ate her lounge
    weed makes ur reaction time slower and will slowely stupid u up
    meth puts toxins in your body that when u do enough of it try and escape out of your pores and you get the bug crawling effect
    cocain will make you really hyper but if you snort it it goes onto your brain and causes sivere damage and shooting heroin will damage your heart and other internal organs:) (including your breain)
    happy using?

  6. Starlight 1
    09/03/2014 at 10:42 am Permalink

    DEATH, or deadly diseases like hepatitis and AIDS, depending on the drugs used.

  7. It's Agent C, Dawg
    09/03/2014 at 11:35 am Permalink

    Your future. Don’t do them. You have too much to waste.

  8. alynsta1
    09/03/2014 at 11:37 am Permalink

    The impaired functioning and judgment due to drug use can result in potentially deadly activities, like driving while high or taking risks that can place you in dangerous situations. people say that they think they can make themselves feel “good” by taking drugs. They think that if they are unhappy, drugs will make them feel better. And some people say they think that taking drugs might help them to cope with stress in their lives. But drugs don’t fix the problems that are causing the stress in the first place, and they don’t stop the feelings themselves. While drugs like steroids or weight-loss supplements can seem like a “quick fix,” the changes you get can disappear just as fast as soon as you stop taking them. Worse, they can cause problems you don’t want. Males who take steroids may temporarily gain muscle, but they can develop terrible acne (zits), stunt their height, develop shrunken testicles, and even develop breasts (a condition known as gynecomastia; sometimes referred to as “man boobs.”)28 Females taking steroids can become more masculine with deepened voices, decreased breast size, and growth of excessive body hair.29 Steroids can cause balding in both men and women.29 When teens take weight-loss drugs or supplements, not only does the weight return when they stop taking the supplements; but they are also putting their health at risk, since these drugs can cause heart disease, irregular heartbeats, and high blood pressure.

    For example in 2004, the FDA banned the popular weight loss and athletic performance-enhancing supplement, Ephedra, because it raised the user’s blood pressure and was determined to cause a “significant or unreasonable risk of illness or injury.”31 Research showed that Ephedra increased the risk of stroke and heart attack32 and there were numerous stories of athletes suffering heart attacks while taking Ephedra. It is important to remember that supplements are not reviewed by the FDA, the sole U.S. agency that reviews drugs for being safe and effective. In other words, companies producing supplements can include substances that are not controlled by the FDA and claim that their products do just about anything whether or not they are safe or true.

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