Participation

February 11th, 2011

So, you have a good income. Your child (son or daughter) as a teenager and probably eats granite science at some prestigious university, always has a good pocket money, a lot of friends and fun, exciting life. Often at this age are just starting to appear entertainment such as nightclubs, discotheques and other parties, suggesting nocturnal. That’s just in this period should be taken to this “new life” your, in fact, still a child more closely. I will not say that without exception, visits to such institutions entail the use of drugs – stimulants. Young people are attracted to the clubs new opportunities for communication, sharing music, so-called “club culture”. One can say only one thing – no disco, no nightclub, especially narrowly focused theme of “rave” or “techno”, not pass without Participation in these drug parties. As a rule, as there are drugs here stimulants: amphetamines and ecstasy. The reason is simple.

Stimulants allow dance the night away, and even to think about fatigue and sleep. But it’s still more to do in ecstasy. This drug gives a more relaxed feeling, emancipation, of joy. “Amphetamine” is included in the life of a teenager in our day is like a daily drug that has high popularity among students – a few days of continuous work on course work, or busy session schedule for constant use of “amphetamine” in the end: another barrier to learning is taken. Must add that, in night clubs often use these two drugs together. It should be noted that stimulants cause a very rapid psychological addiction. Accordingly, it is desirable to identify the use, in as much as possible an earlier stage. Now consider how to determine that your child is using stimulants. For any stimulant use appear mood swings. If the club was fun, joy and love of neighbor spilled over the edge, then for all this will have to pay the next morning. Increased nervousness, sudden physical devastation and depression – all this retribution for drug use at night, or in common “Releases”. If the next day after a party your child is in a depressed mood, not willing to communicate, mostly lying in my room – it is logical to assume that before that he talked too much, rejoiced life and dancing. Conclusion – the more likely he used drugs.

A little more about the external manifestations of stimulant use. Firstly, it increases the size of eyeballs almost to the edge of the iris. Secondly – increased sweating. It is necessary to understand however, that none of the above symptoms, if it is expressed in the singular should not cause an uproar. Only if there is just a few symptoms at the same time – need to be beaten in bell. In the next article on this topic we will consider what steps should not be taken in determining drug use, as to try to change what is happening on their own and to take steps in the right direction to change the situation as a whole.

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