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The drug problem

The drug problem

Drugs can be considered by a child as non-dangerous as cigarettes and beverages that parents consume.

Drugs can be considered by a child as non-dangerous as cigarettes and beverages that parents consume.
Parents need to find the time they need to talk to the child about this topic. Horror stories about drugs should not be invented. If he has already tried, he will find it unbelievable.
Also, do not be suspicious, because you can guide him to drugs yourself.
Here are some risks that a drug user assumes:
- the production of an accident under the influence of drugs;
- breathing impairment or blockage, due to certain categories of drugs;
- accidental overdose can lead to unconsciousness or even death;
- drugs can cause confusion or hallucinations;
- addiction, after regular use.
Drugs can also cause uncontrolled emotional states or serious mental disorders.
If a drug user starts injecting, local blood infections or even HIV - AIDS or hepatitis B infection, abscesses at the injection site, thrombosis can occur.
It may be that in the first doses of heroin, they have violent states.
How do we take action in case of an overdose?
If your child takes an overdose and finds it unconscious, the first thing you need to do is make sure it has fresh air.
Place it on one side and monitor it to prevent inhalation.
Call your emergency doctor or ambulance. Collect any dust, tablet or whatever could be used as a drug and take them to the hospital for analysis.
If you want advice, you can call for information or you can come directly for analysis at:
THE HEALTH PROMOTION LABORATORY Tel. 210.26.35, Str. Old precupetii, no. 1, Sector 2