martes, 14 de junio de 2016
The truth about drugs
Currently, it is possible to find drugs on all sides and it seems that everyone consume them. Many people feel tempted by the excitement, or the way of escape that drugs seem to offer.
But drug information can help you to see the risks of going after this excitement, or this escape. This is what you should know.
Thanks to clinical and pharmacological research, there are thousands of drugs and drugs that help people. Antibiotics and vaccines revolutionized the treatment of infections. Drugs allow lower pressure, treat diabetes and reduce rejection of the organs transplanted by our body. Medicines can cure a disease, make it slow or prevent it, which helps us to live more healthy and happy lives. But there are also many illegal and harmful drugs that people consume because they believe that they help them feel better or have fun.
How are the drugs? Drugs are chemicals that alter the functioning of our body. When you enter them into the body (by ingestion, inhalation or injection), the drugs reach the bloodstream and are transported to various parts of the body, including the brain. In the brain, drugs can intensify or numbing your senses, alter your state of alert and, in some cases, reduce physical pain.
Drugs may be helpful or harmful. The effects of the drug may vary according to the type of drug, the amount that is taken, the frequency with which it is used and the speed with which reaches the brain; also vary depending on what other drugs, foods or substances are taken at the same time. The effects can also be different according to chemistry, the shape and the size of the body.
Although drugs can make you feel good at first, in the long run can cause great damage to the body and the brain. Drinking alcohol, tobacco smoking, using illegal drugs and inhaling glue are activities that can cause serious damage to the human body. Some drugs seriously affect a person's ability to make sound decisions. Teens who drink, for example, are more likely to engage in dangerous situations, such as driving under the influence of alcohol or having unprotected sex.