Social factors that contribute to drug abuse - Deepstash
Social factors that contribute to drug abuse

Social factors that contribute to drug abuse

Peer pressure: Adolescents and young adults are particularly vulnerable to peer pressure, which can involve feeling pressured to fit in, conform to group norms, or participate in risky behaviors.

Environmental influences: Environmental factors such as availability of drugs, exposure to drug-using peers, and access to drug-related paraphernalia can also increase the likelihood of drug abuse.

Socioeconomic status: Individuals living in poverty or facing economic instability may be more likely to turn to drugs as a means of coping with stress, unemployment, or financial insecurity.

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