For example, people who use marijuana, heroin, or cocaine may not concentrate on social development because they feel satisfied with their present situation. On some occasions, the drug user may break from family roles, detached, wretched, or depressed. These outcomes of drug use hinder individual contribution to social growth.
3. Drug culture tends to provide satisfaction to the drug users. As argued by Isajiw (156), people who use drug usually build some mental pictures about a given social state. The Asian and the Blacks slaves working in America, for example, used cocaine and marijuana to relieve their stresses, enabled them to cope with the hard conditions.
4. Drug use, as a social problem, influences relationship between the drug user and his or her immediate community. In this sense, consumption of certain drugs poses threat to the society. The social fabric usually depends on an individual ability to adhere to social structures. However, drug use tends to influence individual interpretation to social demand.
5. Drugs affect the normal body function because it interferes with brain cells. Theo and Jim (229), in their book, Social Problems, observed that some social problems such mood disorders, depression, among others are shaped by chemicals concentration in the brain. As a person uses a drug, the chemicals in the drag flow into the blood stream to the human brain. Once the chemicals reach the brain, they interfere with the normal body