Subject: Social Studies and Population Education
Drugs are substances that bring about changes in the functioning of cells in the human body. There are various kinds of drugs, such as opium, heroin, cocaine, hashish, bhang, etc. Some drugs act as a stimulant and some act as depressants. Due to this, functions of heart, lungs, liver, intestines, kidneys, eyes and other body organs are debilitated.
Drug abuse is a serious problem. It is both an individual and a social problem. It is usually found in teenagers. Many school students are habituated to the drug. Some sportsmen also take drugs. Drug trafficking has become a prosperous international trade. The drug is mostly taken for pleasure. Some teenagers take drugs due to peer pressure and curiosity. Some people become hopeless about their failure and start taking drugs. Some people are confronted with life due to failure and so they begin using drugs. But traffickers are the greatest culprit. In order to make money, they trap the young people.
Causes of Drug abuse:
Effects of Drugs:
What sort of role should a local resident have to play to prevent drug abuse? Clarify in a sentence.
In order to prevent drug abuse, the resident has to declare their area a drug free zone and help police punish the drug smuggler and rehabilitate the drug addict.
To enable governmental agencies in preventing drugs trafficking, there should be community people mobilized along with the governmental agencies so that traffickers can be identified easily.
Write, in brief, two effects of drugs in the nation and society each of them.
Any unnatural chemical substance used for abnormal effects in the body is termed as drugs.
The effects of drug in the nation are:
Similarly, there are various effects of drug abuse in the society, too. Some of them are mentioned below:
What should be done to control drug trafficking? Suggest any six measures.
The following measures should be taken to control drug trafficking:
What is a drug?
A drug is any substance which affects our mind, our emotion and also damages our body.
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