Teen Drug Abuse: The 6 Types Of Warning Signs

A doctor taking a teenager's pulse

Health Changes

Drug and alcohol use can cause a number of effects on health, minor to major. If you notice any of the below symptoms, don’t be afraid to suggest a visit to your teen’s doctor. Often a doctor can offer a medical perspective or an outside viewpoint on what’s happening to your teen.

    • Frequent nosebleeds
    • Runny nose, not caused by allergies or a cold
    • Frequent sickness
    • Sores, spots around mouth
    • Queasy, nauseous
    • Seizures
    • Vomiting
    • Wetting lips or excessive thirst (cotton mouth)
    • Sudden or dramatic weight loss or gain
    • Skin abrasions/bruises
    • Accidents or injuries
    • Depression
    • Headaches
    • Sweating

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