Consequences of Drug and Alcohol Addition among Adolescents

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KM Ashifa


Drug and alcohol addiction is a pernicious and perilous human behavior. It is particularly prevalent among teenagers. Adolescence is the stage of development during which children transition from infancy to mature infant. Alcohol is the third leading risk factor for illness in the globe, accounting for 4% of all illness. It is reasonable to believe that alcohol causes 2.5 million deaths each year, with 9% of deaths occurring in the age group of 15 to 29. Alcoholism results in death and disability. Adolescents who consume alcohol run the risk of acquiring physical health concerns. Cancers, cardiovascular diseases, eye discomfort, body pain, severe headaches, hand shivering, insomnia, and nervous system impairment are all examples of physical difficulties. The purpose of this study was to determine the physical risks associated with adolescent alcohol intake.

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KM Ashifa. (2021). Consequences of Drug and Alcohol Addition among Adolescents. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 7664–7667. Retrieved from