ENG 101 American Military University Drug Addiction & Its Effect in A Person Essay

Eng 101

American Military University


Question Description

I’m studying for my English class and need an explanation.


Use the three-part thesis and five-paragraph essay format you learned during week two. Write in third person only. (See the Grammar Review under Resources for help with third person.)

Here is a thesis example for a "descriptive" essay, in which I will describe a decade: The 1960s was a greatly controversial decade due to its fashion, political unrest, and social norms.

You must incorporate research exclusively from the APUS library into your essay. Use two or three sources—no more, no less. Remember that your essay should be mostly your own writing (~80%) and approximately 20% source material. This is short essay, so use short quotes only. I suggest only a line or two of quoted material in each of your body paragraphs. Don’t forget your Works Cited page. Include the APUS library URL (https) after each Works Cited entry so that I can click on it and double-check your article. You can just copy and paste it from your web browser. Extensive MLA help is provided under week four (Lessons and Resources).

Download the template and save it as your last name and Essay 3. (Example: Smith_Essay3). The MLA formatting is done for you (e.g., Times New Roman size 12, double-spaced, header, etc.). Update your name, your professor’s name, and date. Don’t forget to put your last name in the header. (Let me know if you don’t know how to get into the header section or type a question into your Word help section.)

Your essay should be between 500 and 750 words. Please do not go under the word count at all. Do not go over the word count by more than 50 words. Following instructions is an important part of any writing assignment, and often you will be asked to adhere to word count guidelines, so this is good practice!

Be sure that all paragraphs are well developed. I suggest 5-8 sentences per paragraph and no less than 100 words per paragraph, including your introduction and conclusion.

(Points saver: as you proof your essay in Word, hit the control [ctrl] key and the "F" key at the same time. This will bring up the search feature. Type in what you wish to find, such as the word you, to be sure you have avoided second person. This works in finding contractions too. Type in an apostrophe and hit enter!)

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Your Name
Professor Name
English 101
21 August 2017
Drug Addiction
Drug addiction is a disease that drug seekers use drugs compulsively, unable or difficult
to control their use despite the consequences. People's use of drugs is mostly voluntary in the
beginning, but continuous and repeated drugs use interferes with an individual's brain and
resistance to the drug. During recovery, a patient may require to be in separation from the others
(Zhao, p.40). There is a chance of relapse during the recovery period; this, however, doesn't

mean that recovery doesn't happen. Addiction has a significant effect on society and health. The
brain of an individual becomes dependent on the drugs making it difficult to leave without it.
Drugs affect the brain functions. Thus, they cause euphoria and flooding the brain with
chemicals messenger dopamine. Its reward system then encourages an individual to repeat the
behavior’s to thrive. If the individual continues using drugs, the brain ...

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