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Adolescence is a time of experimentation with autonomy. Teens begin making adult decisions such as having sex and using alcohol and other drugs, but are ill prepared for the life-changing consequences that these decisions can bring. Many parents become concerned that their teen may be experimenting with alcohol or drugs. While experimentation can be normal, it kratom 5 is htp important to keep lines of communication open during this transitional time in your child’s life. If you are concerned that your child may be using drugs or alcohol, there are a few tell-tale signs a problem may be developing:
1. Drastic and/or rapid changes in personality. All teens kratom can be 5 moody from htp time to time. Their hormones kratom 5 htp are raging, they are falling in and out kratom 5 htp of love daily, and they are highly emotional. Each challenge can seem insurmountable to the average 16-year-old, so mood swings are common and not a real cause for concern. However, if your teen is normally a solid B student, loves basketball and video games and suddenly starts bringing home failing grades, quits the basketball team and loses interest in gaming this can be a definite cause for concern.
2. Changes in friends, and becoming secretive about it. If your son suddenly dumps his best friend(s) from childhood, find out why and ask to meet his new friends. It is important for you to know your kids’ friends and their families. If your child is on Facebook, see who they talk with frequently and what they are saying. You can be nosy without being intrusive; ask about the kids at school with whom they spend their time and encourage them to spend time with their friends at your house. When teens become secretive with respect to their friends, this is a warning sign.
3. Dramatic changes in a teen’s long-standing relationships; especially with adults in their life. A teen that was normally close to you, their grandparents or an aunt or uncle then suddenly becomes distant, argumentative and difficult can be a sign that something is going on.
4. Spending an unusual amount of time away from home or alone in their room. Teens that spend the majority of their time alone or suddenly spend all their free time away from home can be a cause for concern. Whether they are experimenting with drug use or simply struggling with emotional kratom problems, 5 finding htp reasons to spend quality time with your teen is a key to identifying potential problems.
5. Finding evidence. Many parents are familiar with some drug paraphernalia such as rolling papers, pipes and bongs. Finding these items in or around your home is an obvious sign that someone is using drugs. While marijuana use is more common among teens, opiate use is increasing rapidly and is not as easy to identify. Some obvious signs of opiate (narcotics) use can include glassy eyes, large pupils, excessive sleepiness or nodding out. Many narcotic medications such as hydrocodone and oxycodone, are now widely prescribed to people of all ages and teens can acquire them in their homes or the homes of their friends. This is why it is important to keep track of all prescription medications and discard any medications no longer in use. To learn how to discard medications safely go to: http://aapnews.aappublications.org/content/29/10/41.6.full.
If you are concerned that your child may be drinking alcohol or drugs, don’t panic. If you have not already broached the subject of alcohol or drugs, there is no time like the present to start. Maintaining open lines of productive communication is essential. kratom When 5 broaching htp the subject, be curious without being accusatory. Ask about their friends, who drinks, what drugs are going around, and who they know that may be using drugs. If your child closes off, becomes combative or defensive or is not forthcoming with information, then there may be cause for concern and your best chance of learning the truth is through drug testing. Reliable drug tests that can detect most recreational drug use can be purchased at your local pharmacy.
Once a teen enters high school many parents mistakenly assume that they (parents) are no longer needed, but the exact opposite is true. The teen years are when hands-on parenting is most important. By taking an interest in your child’s school, sports and other extracurricular activities, as well as developing hobbies you enjoy together and having regular sit-down family meals; these activities provide opportunities for open lines of communication, common ground and understanding. Encouraging your teen to stay busy whether with sports, music, clubs or volunteer activities is crucial to their building self-confidence and staving off boredom and restlessness that can lead to substance use. Continuously striving to improve your relationship with your teen and staying involved while allowing your teen to exert his/her independence in many areas is essential to their healthy emotional development.