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CHUA CHUNG WEI N3 TEE WEI YI N3 MICHAEL KONG N3 CHONG EE LIN N3

Refers to the use of a drug for purposes which it was not attended Also refers to using a drug in excessive quantities

Environmental factors peer pressure, frequent adverse life events, relationship problems, unemployment, lack of social opportunities Drug factorssuch as addictive potential, drug availability and price Individual factorsdisrupted family, childhood trauma, abuse, adolescent conduct disorder, educational difficulties and antisocial personality disorder.

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Someone who has a prescription for pain or anxiety medication, and they take a different amount than what is prescribed by their doctor. For example, taking 2 pills instead of just 1 or taking twice the daily amount in a single day.

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Someone who does not have a prescription for a drug at all, but is using it anyway, bought off the street or received from a friend or a family member.

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Someone who is not old enough to use the drug alcohol, but is using it anyway. Someone who is combining the use of different drugs when they should not be, such as drinking alcohol while taking prescription medications in spite of a warning label regarding this.

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People who are taking drugs and engaging in activities that are not advisable, such as someone who takes heavy medication and then is driving a car against the warning labels.

Stimulant drugs stimulates the activity of the central nervous system relieve tired and sleepy feel

Example : cocaine, caffeine and amphetamines

Hallucination drugs Cause a trance ( daydreaming) Example : marijuana()

Inhalant drugs Cause a trance and dizziness increase heart rate , losing feeling or consciousness , nausea and vomiting , loss of coordination , slurred speech Example : various types of volatile solvents(paint thinner and remover) , aerosol material( spray paint, hairspray) , adhesive glue and petroleum products

Opiate drugs ( depressant ) comforting someone, reduces tension and anxiety by slowing the activities of the nervous system Example : barbiturates

Antidepressant drugs Relieve pain Induce sleep Get rid of mental stress Example : opium and morphine