not to be
abuse is the improper administration of any chemical substance such
that it produces an effect with an undesirable outcome.
Drug Abuse frequently involves
overdosing on drugs which can produce undesirable consequences, such as an
agonizing feeling of being trapped. Drug abuse can lead to heart
failure, blackouts, convulsions, or even death. Recreational drug
users are often forced to become drug abusers because they are not trained
properly how to administer a drug.
abuse is typically a teaching or instructional deficiency; it has been
known to occur prior to the war on drugs, but today, it occurs because the
WOD doesn't allow for latitude when using drugs. The most common way
that drugs are abused is by overdosing.
When someone first learns to use
recreational drugs, the lack of any formal education prompts them to abuse
drugs, particularly those who are not used to drugs.
The incidence of drug abuse dropped
temporarily in the US at the close of the 20th century, leading the US
government to speculate that the WOD was working to produce less
users. The reason for the sudden decline was found to be that people
were becoming better educated.
most common form of drug abuse is self afflicted. Although it is
still commonly believed that a patient intentionally abuses drugs to bring
about harm, this is atypical behavior. To the contrary, the majority
of drug abusers are probably "would-be self-medicators" who are
doing the best they can to survive with little knowledge how to use drugs
correctly. Whether someone believes they are using or abusing drugs
for recreational purposes, it still might point to a medical
condition. For example: if a person is not able to function sexually
without a drug, does that mean that they are using the drug for
recreational purposes or for medical reasons? There is no answer
today because no one has seriously investigated this.
is very common for a parent or guardian to abuse drugs while administering
them to a child or disabled person. If the parent or guardian has no
knowledge about the substance or no medical background the sufficiently
allows them to know what they are doing, their actions might be
well-intended. While we are still in a WOD which breeds ignorance,
we cannot prosecute a parent or guardian, even if they have medical
validation since it is impossible to state what is well-intended behavior
and what is not. Zero tolerance can place a parent or guardian in prison
for a very long time.