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Analyze the impact of risky teenager behavior on others by referring to the following spheres of well being
Social
Physical
Emotional

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  2. Extended abuse of substances can cause detrimental physical and mental effects including heart, liver, and cognitive problems as well as depression, anxiety, and psychosis.

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  3. Who knows😂

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  4. anyone have the answer for 'Spiritual' as well???😂👀

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  5. Other physical well-being will be affected negatively because of participating in risky behaviours such as hygiene and dietary behavior as well as unsafe road use. People will often judge you and your self esteem is high likely to drop

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  7. Emotional
    Drugs affect a part of the brain known as the limbic system . This is the area responsible for processing our emotional . Drug related changes to this area. 🤭

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  8. I need answers today pls

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  9. me to l need this answer tdy plz guys 😢😢😢

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  10. Social anyone ?🤔

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  11. With the Social Impact.. Teenagers often disconnect/ isolate themselves from everyone and everthing because of the fear of being judged from participating in these risky activities.

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  12. Anyone with physical impact

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  13. Thank you for the answers ❤

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  14. Any answers tdy

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  15. Anyone with spiritual

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  16. Physical

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  17. Physical?

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  18. Social

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  19. Impact of risky teenage behaviour on one's well being by referring to the following spheres of well being
    -social
    -Emotional
    -physical
    -Spiritual

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