During the intake of these substances, the blood of the individual becomes polluted leading to blood vessel infection, abnormal heart rates (the heart won’t pump well), and heart attack which may lead to eventual death.
3. Lungs Disease
As we all know that the lungs are a very vital organ of the human system. Continuous exhibition of the abuse of drugs can lead to individuals suffering lungs diseases because these chemical substances pass through the lungs and are in excess, they become harsh on the lungs, pose damage and the patient begins to suffer certain lungs ailment such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (inability to exhale and difficulty in breathing), acute bronchitis, lungs cancer, etc.
4. Mental Problem/Brain Damage
Some individuals engage in the abuse of drugs and the intake of hard drugs such as heroin, cocaine, tobacco, and certain alcoholic drinks all in the name of forgetting their sorrow/challenges.
Intake of these drugs, can pose tentative or permanent effects on the brain and disrupt the brain communication pathway.
That is why some lost their memory, some develop brain damage and in the end, bring mental confusion themselves.
Not all mad person(s) we find on the street today was spiritually attacked, some of them are in their condition owing to these heavy chemical substances they got addicted to.
Apart from the effects that the abuse of drugs has posed on individuals, it has as well done more harm than good to society at large.
The moment these chemicals are either injected, inhaled, or swallowed into the body system, there is a disruption in the brain communication and such individual begins to misbehave in society, talk anyhow become aggressive, becomes impulsive, and wants to fight everyone as long as the potency of the drug lasts.
So intake of such could make individual misbehave, get into trouble, get arrested amongst miscreants, constitute a nuisance in the society, indulge in armed robbery, cultism, thuggery and so many others and so, it has to be avoided.