Doctors Are Letting People Know That Kids Are Drinking Hand Sanitizer! This Is What You Need To Know!

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How is this possible? What is wrong with education systems that children are so bored, they are stooping to levels low enough to ingest hand sanitizer as an attempt to have fun? If younger generations were challenged properly, it seems possible that they could be satisfied enough with their lives that they would not need to find health damaging ways to alter their state of mind for entertainment.

This does not mean overloading them with work that they are disinterested in, but instead finding ways to captivate their mind, body, and especially emotions, in order to guide them in their development. On the other hand, what’s new? Kids have been pushing boundaries since time immemorial, and that includes experimenting with whatever drug they can get their hands on.

Over the years, youths have been increasingly creative in their methods of intoxication, as the world of chemicals which they are surrounded by provides ample opportunity for trial and error. Aerosol cans, glues, over-the-counter syrups, common household herbs, prescription medications, canned whipped cream, bath salts, and more, are all readily available for abuse.

The problem is not only the health effects of these antics, but also lack of attention and support of the evolving adolescents. Parents and teachers are either too busy or too apathetic to provide the care needed for a growing child to feel fulfilled, which results in rebellion and poor choices.

This is an issue that is not new, nor is there an end in sight, as society’s financial focus fosters boredom, resentment, and outcry of offspring worldwide. If troubled children’s creativity would be encouraged and appreciated, they would more beautifully blossom in a way that doesn’t not involve inebriation.

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Mom Is Baffled When She Finds Anti-Diarrhea Meds In Her Son’s Room. But The Reason Is Scary!

Drug dependency to opiates has become an epidemic in the US.  Teenagers, in particular, have increased use of heroine (as it has become so inexpensive) as well as prescription pain killers, in order to get high.  Physical addiction to opiates can occur within daily use in one week’s time!

There is a new trend that has recently been revealed, that is both surprising, and extremely dangerous.  The anti-diarrheal medication, Immodium, has an active ingredient called Loperamide.  When taken in very large doses it will stimulate the same high as heroine or prescription opiates.

This replication of a heroin-like high, has teenagers buying Immodium in large quantities…abusers are taking anywhere between 50-300 pills per day!  The recommended dosage for diarrhea is 2 pills, to give you a perspective of what people are putting into their bodies in order to reach the high they want.

As mothers have been discovering boxes of Immodium in their teens’s rooms, awareness about this trend has come to the fore.  The video you are about to watch below discusses this extremely dangerous trend, which can not only wreak havoc on the digestive tract, but cause heart damage and even death!  Increasing parental awareness about this trend, so that they can be on the lookout for this medication amongst your child’s things, is extremely important.  There have already been multiple deaths reported as a result of this new drug “fad”.

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