Say No To Drugs
Drugs are found everywhere from schools to the doctor’s office. Even if they are prescribed by a doctor, they are not always good for you.
Reasons people may try drugs are depression, because they don’t know better, no supervision, medical reasons, peer pressure or hanging around the wrong people. As you can tell, it’s not unlikely you would find yourself in a position to try drugs. I’m not saying that ALL people will do drugs under these circumstances, only a few of them.
Drugs come in all shapes and sizes. Here are just a few of the most dangerous, known, and not so well known drugs; heroin, crystal meth, marijuana, alcohol, tobacco, prescription medication, acid, and even caffeine. Caffeine is found in many store bought products, but that does not make it good for you.
Drugs are usually introduced into people’s lives by drug dealers through school, parties, friends, doctors or medicine chests. You can get drugs any time from morning to midnight. The drug dealers or “friends” might be lurking anywhere.
Getting hooked on drugs is NO laughing matter. The reason people get hooked on drugs is because they try it, they are stressed out and because it makes them feel better, they like the rush, which is when the endorphins come out and make them feel better.
The effects of drugs are sometimes drastic, and sometimes not very noticeable. Almost all drugs affect your brain by bringing endorphins out to make you feel better and many make your heart beat faster. That is why you are so hyper after you drink a soda, chocolate or tea or something with caffeine in it.
There are also natural things that make your endorphins come out. One of mine is riding a dirt bike or playing Capture the Flag with all the kids in my Boy Scout Troop. Whatever it is for you, I highly recommend that you do not try drugs. Hopefully you will find something useful in this article.