The Drug, Danger, The Dagger. Stabbing of the dagger on man is to take the life or attempting to take one. This is the danger embedded in drug use and abuse.
Drugs are equally stored in fast-growing cells. This includes your hair, fatty cells, and nails. The greater the fat content you have, the longer the drug can be detected in you. Drug, Danger, The Dagger
I’m not a medical person as you may like to know. I’m an entertainer with the stage name ‘Lawman’. A press and a web developer (what I enjoy doing). Because I have to be in this for long, keeps my interest alive to talk little about it.
Studying and discussion gave me a light which I choose to share with you. Do I take the drug Yes!. What drug do I take? Cannabis! (Some call it guff, sensimilla, weed, hi_man, opakapaka, wagon, etc.). Still, smoking? Just quitted! Why do I quite?. Because I think I’m too stupid to play with my life.
Most drugs will appear in your blood, saliva or urine for up to 8 hours. A hair test can detect drug metabolites for up to 90 days after you’ve used.
It is discovered that those with more fat content will store the drugs in the body for a longer period of time.
Your age may define the speed of drugs leaving your system. As we age, our metabolism tends to slow down.
Another dangerous of all but new is FLAKKA (Zombie drug). A year ago, this drug was being called Gravel. Now it’s called Flakka. It’s been associated with hallucinations and aggressive, angry behaviour.
One of the possible results of using Flakka is a state called “excited delirium.”. In this situation, a person acts violent, agitated and paranoid. He overheats so severely that his organs break down which results in death.
Besides, Some Most Common Drugs that Make a Person Aggressive or Angry Stimulants are Most Frequently the Culprits.
The various stimulant drugs, especially when taken heavily or on a long binge, can bring about paranoia or hallucinations. When they do, the drug user may feel the need to strike out at those around him. Just for his own protection.
It’s common that he’ll think that people are trying to harm him. Or that cars are following him or that there are evil people living in his walls or television. He may finally crash after being up for days. But if he has more of the drug, he’s likely to start right up again when he wakes up. Stimulant drugs are very highly addictive for most users.
Therefore, This class of drugs includes:
Methamphetamine and amphetamine.
Bath Salts like mephedrone, MDPV or methylone.
Spice, also known as synthetic marijuana.
Drugs like cocaine, methamphetamine or amphetamine usually cause these dangerous effects. Like after long binges or heavy, chronic use. Bath salts or spice can cause problems at any time.
Ecstasy has been known to occasionally cause paranoia and panic attacks that could cause a person to become aggressive.
And while marijuana is normally associated with a sedated effect, it can cause some people to experience aggressive outbursts. Or even periods of psychosis. A study in the Netherlands showed that this behaviour associate with frequent and heavy use.
The misuse of illicit drugs can cause varying risks to your health, both psychologically and physically. On a short and long term basis. The long-term dangers include:
Liver failure and kidney damage.
Unpredictable behaviour, which can:
Lead to injuries and fatalities in some cases.
Affect social life and families.
Affect the educational future.
Nausea, confusion, hallucinations, and paranoia.
Loss of appetite and malnutrition.
Cardiovascular problems, including:
Increased blood pressure.
Increased heart rate.
Constricted blood vessels.
Heart attack and heart failure.