When they consume a drug for the first time, people can perceive what appear to be positive effects, they can also believe that they can control their consumption. However, drugs can quickly take over a person's life. Over time, if drug use continues, other pleasurable activities become less pleasant, and drugs become necessary for the consumer to feel "normal"
Already at home the students (or at least some) wonder ...
Why do some people become addicted to drugs and others not?
As with any disease, vulnerability to addiction varies from person to person, and there is no single factor that determines whether a person will become addicted to drugs. In general, the more risk factors an older person has, the more likely it is that drug use will become abuse and addiction.