Ketamine is manufactured as a clear liquid that is meant to be injected. Because of the way that it looks, Ketamine is often mistaken for being cocaine or crystal meth. On the street, it is becoming increasingly common for people to sell Ketamine passing it off as ecstasy or MDMA. The effect that Ketamine produces is similar in nature to the effect of PCP. Psychedelic effects are common effects of a Ketamine high, so if your child is in your presence while high on Ketamine he /she is going to look euphoric.
Hallucinogens such as PCP, mushrooms and LSD are seriously harmful hallucinogenic drugs that children are unfortunately peer pressured into trying. Unfortunately, the euphoric high effects that they create are capable of causing serious addiction, so when your teenaged child is lured into taking a drug, it can quickly become an abuse situation that your child cannot easily get out of. Hallucinogenic drugs might be the most difficult to spot.
As a parent, it is your job to make sure that your children grow up healthy and happy. Unfortunately, many teens dabble with drugs, and many more become severely addicted. Abuse is hard to spot when it comes to drugs, especially in teens who will try their hardest to be secretive. Your teen is going to do everything that he or she can in order to prevent you from knowing about the problem. If your child or teen is changing, then something is causing it and that something might be drugs.
Crack cocaine is a seriously harmful and addictive substance. Unfortunately, many teen-aged children can become pressured into trying it at least once, and it really only takes one usage to spark an addiction. Crack cocaine addiction is serious and potentially deadly, and as the parent of a teenaged child with a problem you need to be proactive and help them get the help that they need in order to deal with the problem.
Cocaine is a serious drug that becomes almost instantly addictive. Once your teen begins using cocaine, the pleasure center in their brain is going to be stimulated, and they are going to crave more and more of the drug. You may notice that your teenage child’s behavior is different when they are under the influence of cocaine. You may also notice general personality changes, especially when they are experiencing withdrawal between hits.
Depression is a serious affliction, and if your teenager is going through depression or a similar psychological condition, then dealing with the subject of addiction is probably going to be even harder. Unfortunately, if your teenaged son or daughter is misusing anti-depressants, then they are putting themselves in serious harm’s way, and you need to be able to put a stop to it. The biggest key to all of this is to approach it with a loving and caring heart.