Ngai Chun Yiu CY 6B
Drug addition problem of teenagers
Drugs addition amongst students is a deteriorating problem in Hong Kong . A large number of students take narcotics, and most of them do not know the bad influence of doing so. Also they claim that they can control theirself (themselves).
In the eaasy I attmpt to account for it.
Actually, there are several reasons behind this movement (behaviour) of the students. A question worth asking is, ‘Why do them (they) take drugs? ‘The students want to escape from the real world, to release their pressure which is caused by study (school work) and (^their) peers. Some of them may feel lonely, unhappy and bored, perhaps some receive not enough love from their family. Students would seek help, advice and support from their peers, teachers and social workers but they always fail in it. As a result, they become drug addicts
of the problem. Especially, when they face stressful situations like examinations. They always ignore the bad effects of the drugs so they choose drugs as their help.
Taking drugs may lead to lots of negative effects. Ketamine makes them unable to concentrate, narcotics damages their organs like kidneys and respiration system. As a result, their daily life (^is) also
be affected. Under no circumstances they become addicts, but they are also involve (involved) in illegal transaction of drugs. Furthermore, they (^are) at risk of getting AIDS from sharing needles. By no means must we neglect this serious problem.
As far as I am concerned, schools have to care more about the students, to notice
the (^their) behaviour of them. Social workers ought to look after them, and cooperate with schools to hold lectures to explain the problem of drugs. Immediate measures are needed. One of them is drug test. Such methods may alleviate the problem.
Everyone has (should) cherish their life, not only the teenagers, since (^we) only live once.