It can be hard to remember all of the reasons to avoid dangerous drugs, but today we wanted to offer you a fact each about alcohol, marijuana, and opioids–and the ways their misuse can lead to trouble for you and your brain. Take these easy-to-remember graphics to heart and use their words to inspire you to live drug-free this week!
This week, we want to encourage you to live your best life and be strong in your convictions to rethink the use of alcohol and other drugs. We know you are stronger than you think!
This week, we wanted to remind you of some dangers with marijuana, opioids, and alcohol. Educate yourself, share these graphics, and stay up to date with what you know about these harmful substances!
Curious about the buzzword “opioids” floating around? Here are some fabulous articles you can check out that deal with that very topic. Check these out and educate yourself about this very timely subject:
> I’m a doctor and I was addicted to opioids: https://www.healthline.com/health/doctor-addicted-opioids
> What is opioid intoxication? https://www.healthline.com/health/opioid-intoxication
> The faces of opioids: chronic pain: https://www.healthline.com/health/chronic-pain-opioids
This week, we’re focusing on the dangers of opioids and taking them outside of a doctor’s prescription or not in the way a doctor prescribed them. Take these warnings to heart and avoid the danger!
Saying “no” to alcohol and other drugs can be a lot easier (and more fun!) when you have the right friends around you. Make sure that whoever you hang out with, they’re supportive of your choice to avoid dangerous substances like alcohol, marijuana, and other drugs. Friends are people who support you in you living your best life. People who constantly encourage you to make bad decisions that can negatively affect your health are no good for you. Surround yourself with only your true friends and you’ll go far!