Drugs a social curse
Drugs are a social burden. Every day, more and more minors desperately search for a detoxification plan. According to the National Prescription Drug Abuse Action Plan by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, overdoses on prescription drugs now exceed the number of overdoses during the crack cocaine epidemic of the 1980s. One of the aims of the plan is to decrease the use of illegal prescription drugs like cocaine among teenagers.
Moreover, a study conducted by the National Office of Drug Control in Washington, D.C., affirms that alkaloids can produce damages such as anxiety, melancholy, psychotic outbreaks, as well as induce suicide tendencies.
Is this really what some look for, i.e. a constant search for the so-called “death culture”? Action is urgently needed to combat drugs that deteriorate social health.
Drugs are one of the deadliest plagues that intoxicate society. Different drug-narcotic use indexes are showing an exponential increase. And as a result, these increases have national governments worried, for it is a grave social health problem.
“Drugification” has become a natural social phenomenon among the youth worldwide. There is the urgent need to combat once and for all this social curse that leads to self-destruction and death.
President of the European Institute of Marketing in Spain