and identifying facts that MIGHT be connected to drug involvement
is much simpler than most people imagine. Follow below some
factors that you might be experiencing with friends or family
Strange objects in the environment such as: silk paper,
eyedropper, razor blades, pipes, metal or glass tubes, syringes...
2. Suspicious behavior
Frequent absences from work/home without explanations,
delivery of packages from strangers, new friends, rejection
to old friends, change of dressing habits, long sleeve shirts
in the summer, sun glasses in closed spaces, room/closet
doors locked, drawers/cabinets locks, makes up excuses for
not doing responsibilities.
3. Physical symptoms
Dilated or contracted pupils, red eyes, shivering in the
summer, sweating in the winter, lack of motor coordination,
reduced attention/ reflects, late reactions, loss or reduction
of appetite, nauseas, vomiting, paleness, head aches, nasal
and gum hemorrhaging, heart attacks, sleepiness, fatigue...
4. Sudden change of personality
Emotional variability, humor variation, apathy, desmotivation,
depression, irritability, aggressiveness, euphoria, excitement,
anxiety, hyperactivity, delirious ideas, intense hallucinations
(tripping), increased sensibility...
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