Drug effects on your Body and Genetics

Well, let's get to the point. But, to understand this better, I suggest for you to see our page "What are drugs?" and "What are Genetics?". With that done,  we can move on. There are many ways that drugs can affect your body and your genetics. First, I am going to say that if a woman smokes during pregnancy, her baby will have a higher risk of health problems for developing babies, including preterm birth, low birth weight, and birth defects of the mouth and lip. Smoking during and after pregnancy also increases the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)? There are several genes that get affected there, such as the one that determines the weight, the mouth and lips, and it can lead to death. (thanks CDC) Also, if you take drugs, your face will be full of wrinkles, it will be full of spores, you will look old, and your hair will make you look like a madman. of course, different drugs cause different changes, and they can make you slower, faster, or make you see things that aren't really there. Also, they can make you dizzy, and they can make you faint. Many drugs affect the lungs and your heart, which are one of the most important organs, by changing your heartbeat pattern, giving you a higher chance of having a stroke, and they can make your lungs all black, and have a strange breathing pattern, and you can choke to death.

You also have a higher chance to get chronic diseases.

And all roads, sadly, lead to Death.

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