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FAQ About Drugs in Narconon Drug Education

Do drugs stay in the body for one day?

Drugs stay in the body for years after you take them. Most drugs get stored in fat within the body and can stay there for years. Here is how that

Do drugs improve sexual performance?

Drugs dull all your senses. Because drugs numb the nervous system, they are a way for a person to temporarily get rid of unwanted feelings like

Do drugs increase creativity?

Drugs ruin creativity! There is a scale of emotions that people move up and down as they go through life. Here's an example:

Is Ecstasy safer than other drugs?

Ecstasy is one of the most dangerous drugs. Recent research has shown very serious, long term damage to the nervous system from Ecstasy.

Is Marijuana harmful?

Marijuana damages the lungs, nerves and brain There are 400 chemicals in marijuana smoke, 60 of these have been proven to cause cancer.

Is Alcohol a drug?

Alcohol is the most used drug of all. Alcohol is a drug. Like any other drug it is poisonous to the body.

Are some drugs not habit forming?

When a drug wears off, the person wants more. When any drug wears off, the pain or other feeling that went away comes back harder than before.

Does somebody know what causes people to take drugs?

Anyone who takes drugs does it to get rid of some pain or unwanted feelings, including boredom. to understand why someone takes drugs, you need to

Do some drugs not hurt my mind?

When a person thinks of something, he gets a picture of it in his mind. These "mental pictures" are very easy to see for yourself.

Are there good drugs and bad drugs?

All drugs are basically poisons. The amount which you take is what decides how it affects you. A small amount is a stimulant (speeds you up).

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