Definition of Drug Addict Drug → Habit forming stimulant or narcotic substance (such as alcohol, cannabis, nicotine, or a derivative of cocoa or poppy) which produces a state of arousal, contentment, or euphoria. Drug Addiction → a condition characterized by an overwhelming desire to continue taking a drug to which one has become habituated through repeated consumption because it produces a particular effect, usually an alteration of mental status.
The Characteristics of Drug Addict Red eye Dry mouth Brownish colored lips Unnatural behavior Garbled speech The memory decline
The Characteristics of Drug Addict General characteristic of the teenager of Drug Addict: Smoking in early adolescence Tend to withdraw from a fun family events and more to confine themselves in their room. Hanging out with friends until late at night and rarely even go home Often have fun at parties, night clubs and gathered at the mall Irritable, selfish, and do not want disturbed by a parent or family Avoidance of responsibility appropriate, lazy completing routine tasks at home Decreased learning achievement, are often absent or late to school Aberrant behaviors such as juvenile delinquency began; stealing, promiscuity and casual sex in groups with friends who like to get drunk
The Factor Of Drug Addiction Personality→ People are curious Peer Pressure/Social
The Factor Of Drug Addiction Easy AccessLoneliness, Depression and Anxiety
The Factor Of Drug Addiction Basic Religion is Not StrongTwo-Way Communication between Parents And Childrens Very Rare
Solution the approach to religion a psychological approach the social approach Rehabilitation