Alanbat – Feryal Altamimi
A new study has revealed unprecedented
levels of marijuana, hallucinogen and liquor addiction in the United States
among adults between the ages of 35 and 50. In the annual study on drug abuse behavior,
funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA), last year 2022, adults
divided into two age groups, were found to have reached historically high
levels of drug abuse.
According to the study, adults aged 35 to 50 reported record
high levels of marijuana use of 28%.
Nearly half of adults aged 19 to 30 reported marijuanas use
last year, at 44%, which is also the highest level ever reported.
The use of hallucinogens among adults aged 35 to 50 has also
reached historically high levels, with 4% reporting last year’s use of 2022, up
from 2% in 2021.
Among adults between the ages of 19 and 30, 8% reported
using hallucinogens last year.
Overall alcohol use trends have increased gradually for
adults aged 35 to 50, but binge drinking has reached reported highs of 29% in
According to the report, alcohol use trends for adults aged
19 to 30 are generally…