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Neurotransmitters and the abnormalities in dopamine (organic chemical essentially needed for the brain to function in the right way) levels lead to individuals partaking in activities which are dopamine “high”- causing them to become addicted. A research carried out on twins of the Minnesota Twin Family study proved that there is a very close rate of heritability that both twins develop same addiction for any drug or alcohol of about 50-70 percent.
Apparently peer pressure if not dealt with in its teens mature up into adult peer pressure. So it does not really mean that one can change as time goes by or as adulthood sets in. dealing with peer pressure has to come from within as a personal conviction to quit listening to your peers and taking the right decisions that are aligned to your goals in life…if not, peer pressure will not disappear.
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