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I. Introduction. How does experimental use of substances of abuse lead to drug addiction in some individuals? Drug addiction is a chronic, regularly abused habit that causes habitual drug seeking and use, notwithstanding harmful outcomes to the drug addict and the people around them.
Drug dependence is a brain disease on the grounds that the use of drugs leads prompt changes in the structure and capacity of the brain (Alvin et al., ).
Argumentative Essay: Addiction is a choice Alcohol and illicit drug consumption are all too prevalent today in high schools, colleges, and all across the globe.
Students seeking to fit in or forget about the repetitiveness of school and homework have a tendency to experiment. DRUG ADDICTION People abuse substance such as drugs alcohol, and.