Anti-Drugs

By: Kyle Moder

Statistics/Warnings/Regulations

Statistics

  • Depressants- 82% of people who use alcohol at age 12 end up being alcoholics.
  • Hallucinogen- only 3.8% of high school students use LSD.
  • Stimulant- 14% of people who begin using Cocaine at the age of 12 are usually addicted to it for life.

Warnings

  • Depressants- can create body to generally loosen muscles, don’t consume while pregnant, and create upset stomach
  • Hallucinogen- can create high blood pressure, can cause you to see things that aren’t there, disrupt the interaction of nerve cells and neurotransmitter serotonin.
  • Stimulant- can become very addictive and, the addiction if pregnant and using the drugs can cause a baby to be addicted to it, high amounts could cause heart to stop and start again.

Regulations

  • Depressants- only certain people may be allowed to buy and distribute the drugs.
  • Hallucinogen- most are illegal due to them being unpredictable, they don't effect people the same way.
  • Stimulant- Must be prescribed by doctor.


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