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Why do people abusing drugs? Discover the top 10 reasons why people get addiction to drugs & alcohol; you'd be surprised how easy it is to become addicted.


WHY DO PEOPLE TAKE DRUGS? People take drugs because they want to change something about their lives. Here are some of the reasons young people have given for taking drugs: To fit in; To escape or relax; To relieve boredom; To seem grown up; To rebel; To experiment. They think drugs are a solution.


Nov 28, 2017 ... Vulnerability to addiction can be explained by considering multilevel factors from the molecular to the societal.


Aug 31, 2012 ... Although, for a small percentage of individuals, drugs change their life and they continue to use, eventually experiencing difficulties and/or developing an addiction. Oftentimes, people would like to know why people use drugs, as it is especially difficult for non-drug users to understand these reasons.


Nov 28, 2011 ... The reasons why people use drugs are unlimited. Here is a top ten list of why people abuse drugs. 1. Some drugs are legal. Alcohol and nicotine are not only both legal drugs but they are the most commonly abused drugs. 2. They get a Prescription for drugs. There is a huge misconception that just because ...


In order to deal with drug related issues we need to understand the reasons why some young people use drugs and others don't. The factors which make some people more likely to use drugs are called 'risk factors'. The factors which seem to protect others from the risk of drug use are called 'resilience factors'. No one can  ...


May 12, 2011 ... Many people have never experienced addiction of any sort. For these people it can be very hard to understand and grasp the logic behind drug abuse. But with drug use getting more and more prevalent in America, it's now common for people to dig deeper and look for the reasons why people use drugs ...


Aug 9, 2016 ... Many people don't understand why or how other people become addicted to drugs. They may mistakenly think that those who use drugs lack moral principles or willpower and that they could stop their drug use simply by choosing to. In reality, drug addiction is a complex disease, and quitting usually takes ...


For most people, using drugs is just another way of altering consciousness that is not so different from many other recreational activities. However, for the relatively small number of people who develop more compulsive drug-using patterns, drug use is not just about having fun, relaxing or for 'partying'. It usually serves a ...