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What is the most abused drug in the united states?
Asked: 2018-05-22 08:51:03
I’m super curious what do you all think is the most abused drug in the united states?
Answered: 2018-05-31 12:04:57
Are we talking illegal drugs or legal ones. Because I think that everybody drinks at some point in their lives, and we all know how bad tobacco products have spread all over the world. Someone said marijuana, but Im not sure if thats right. It has a lot to do with what you consider abusing certain drugs.
Answered: 2018-05-29 11:50:20
Honestly, I think that alcohol is number one. 1 in 8 adults have some sort of disordered drinking habits. This is partially because so many people dont think of alcohol as a drug. Just because it isnt treated the same way that other illicit substances are doesnt mean that its not as harmful as some of the others. The availability and socially accepted nature of alcohol make it one of the most widely used substances in the world. Thats if youre not counting tobacco products. I guess a lot of it depends on how you define a drug. I think anything mind altering should be on that list.
Answered: 2018-06-10 11:24:28
Surprisingly, marijuana is still the most commonly abused illegal drug in the US. Even with some legalization, its still being sold and smoked by people who have no business using it. I think its close to 46% of US adults over the age of 26 admit to smoking marijuana at least once in their lifetime. This, along with alcohol and prescription drugs usually lead the pack. Just because some states were legalizing it doesnt mean that marijuana still isnt categorized as a drug.
Answered: 2018-05-23 20:42:41
In my opinion alcohol is the most abused drug in the states, but most people may not agree with me since it is legal.
Answered: 2018-06-18 18:59:38
I dont care what anyone says, marijuana is not a drug. Its a natural plan that interacts with our body in a way thats completely non-toxic. Just because big Pharma doesnt want you to know that it can cure cancer doesnt mean that you need to stop researching for yourself. Get educated and stop killing yourself with pills.
Answered: 2018-05-22 13:25:10