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How to tell if someone is on drugs

8-10% of adults have substance abuse issues

Friends and families of drug addicts: you are not alone.  If you are an employer, an employee, a teacher, a student, a parent or a friend who has an interest in maintaining a safe environment (and who doesn’t want that?) then you should know the tell-tale signs and symptoms of someone who is under the influence of drugs. Eight percent of full-time employed adults and 10% of part-time employed adults had substance abuse issues, according to the 2011 National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Don’t let these small percentages fool you; they represent thousands and thousands of people, some of whom you might work with or see everyday!

Of course, everyone has days when their head just isn’t present. It could be due to stress from inside or outside the situation or personal issues and this is excusable from time to time, as we all have those days. However, if these days seem to happen more often than not for someone, that could be a sign of substance abuse.  Keep in mind also that the line between addiction v dependence is very delicate.  And that  even medical use of prescription drugs can be a problem.

Red flags for substance abuse

So, how do you tell the difference between someone having an off day and someone who is abusing drugs or alcohol in the workplace or right before going to work?

The most obvious red flag is if a person is having more ‘off days’ than non ‘off days’ for no apparent reason. Someone who has suffered a loss in the family, for example, is going to have a period of time where they just aren’t fully engaged but that time will pass. For someone with a substance abuse issue, though, a tell-tale pattern of behavior is a constant. It may not be every single day, but it will likely be more than enough to spot a problem. Despite the fact that each drug affects the body differently, a drug abuse problem has some pretty consistent signs and symptoms.

Drug abuse physical warning signs

  • bloodshot eyes, pupils larger or smaller than
  • deterioration of physical appearance
  • falling asleep or passing out at work
  • noticeable change in personal grooming habits for the worse
  • sudden weight loss or weight gain
  • tremors, slurred speech, or impaired coordination
  • unusual smells on breath, body, or clothing

Drug abuse behavioral signs

  • drop in performance or attendance at work
  • getting into trouble at work or outside of work frequently (e.g.: fights, accidents, illegal activities like driving under the influence)
  • secretive or suspicious behavior
  • unexplained need for money or financial problems, often accompanied by asking co-workers to borrow money or stealing from the company

Drug abuse psychological warning signs

  • appears fearful, anxious, or paranoid for no apparent reason
  • lack of motivation, person often appears lethargic or ‘spaced out’
  • sudden angry outbursts, mood swings or irritability
  • unexplained change in personality or attitude, particularly a negative change
  • unusual hyperactivity, agitation, or giddiness for short periods of time

Commonly Abused Drug Warning Signs

Depressants: (including Xanax, Valium, GHB): Contracted pupils; drunk-like state; difficulty concentrating; clumsiness; poor judgment; slurred speech; sleepiness.

Hallucinogens: (LSD, PCP): Dilated pupils; bizarre and irrational behavior including paranoia, aggression, hallucinations; mood swings; detachment from people; absorption with self or other objects, slurred speech; confusion.

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Heroin: Contracted pupils; no response of pupils to light; needle marks; sleeping at unusual times; sweating; vomiting; coughing, sniffling; twitching; loss of appetite.

Inhalants: (glues, aerosols, vapors): Watery eyes; impaired vision, memory and thought; secretions from the nose or rashes around the nose and mouth; headaches and nausea; appearance of intoxication; drowsiness; poor muscle control; changes in appetite; anxiety; irritability.

Marijuana: Glassy, red eyes; loud talking, inappropriate laughter followed by sleepiness; loss of interest, motivation; weight gain or loss; excessive snacking or eating at inappropriate times.

Stimulants: (including amphetamines, cocaine, crystal meth): Dilated pupils; hyperactivity; euphoria; irritability; anxiety; excessive talking followed by depression or excessive sleeping at odd times; may go long periods of time without eating; weight loss; dry mouth and nose.

Drug abuse in the workplace is an unfortunate reality, but knowing what to watch for, along with a comprehensive drug testing program, can go a long way toward eradicating it from your workplace.

Is s/he on drugs?

If your child, spouse or someone else you care about is displaying any of this type of behavior or physical signs, they might have a substance abuse issue.  But as long as motivation to quit using drugs is present, recovery is possible.  Please leave your questions about drug use here. We will do our best to respond to you personally and promptly.

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42 Responses to “How to tell if someone is on drugs
Tony
7:10 pm August 1st, 2014

Hi there,
I am doing research on illegal drug use and was wondering if you could help me with a question I have. To make a long story short, I ended up in hospital because of paranoia, and after no illegal drugs were found in my blood or urine, they kept on insisting and persisting that I am a user of illegal drugs. My question is, if you pass a blood and urine test, is that not conclusive evidence that one is not taking illegal drugs? I am greatly offended at this false accusation which is why I am doing research on the topic. Thank you.
Kind Regards.

8:32 pm August 1st, 2014

Hi Tony. Paranoia is a symptom of abuse of stimulants like cocaine, methamphetamines, or ADHD drugs. I’d suggest that you speak with a psychiatrist about your concerns and seek a diagnosis for a possible underlying mental health disorder that has gone unnoticed until now. All the best!

Cindi
3:52 pm November 2nd, 2014

Hello, I have been put in a very awkward position as a co-worker has confided in me that she is addicted to pills. She has contacted a doctor who she said have her a prescription to get off the drug as an out patient. I recommended she also go too NA. Anyway, my problem is do I say anything to the HR Dept or keep this to myself? I feel a certain responsibility to my company and she does have access to others personal information and credit card numbers, etc. What do I do?

4:08 pm November 6th, 2014

Hi Cindi. You are in a tough spot. I’d suggest that you follow your gut instinct. Perhaps find out whether your company supports people in addiction treatment by referring them to rehab…and/or what kinds of consequences disclosure would have. Is there an employee handbook that you can consult?

Anon
5:25 pm November 19th, 2014

hi there. i am in a difficult situation, and was hoping for some help. my ex had a complete personality change about 2 1/2 years ago. we’d been married for a decade, and had a 15 month old daughter at the time. suddenly he was cagey, and kept claiming that i didn’t trust him when i tried to discuss his erratic behavior. ultimately, he found a girlfriend and moved out, and has stayed out of our lives ever since, until now. in that time, he never even so much as called to check on his child a single time. he is incredibly angry, doesn’t feel he has done anything wrong, and now wants to be a part of our daughter’s life. i’m concerned. i don’t want to deprive my daughter of her father, but i know he has changed. he no longer takes care of himself. he has gained weight, doesn’t appear to be properly groomed, and has no ability to interact with others in a normal manner (he mostly just sits there without speaking). he has a job but no vehicle and doesn’t pay support, which makes me wonder where his money is going. he claims to be broke, and when asked why, only provided the answer, “because life sucks.” i fear for my daughter to learn from his anger and attitude. she’s 3 now, and she’s very bright, and is soaking up life like a sponge. soon, we’ll have to get divorced (he just walked away from his life, no final conversations, no divorce, no contact)…. and the courts will have a say so in how much visitation he can receive. i DO NOT want to entrust my daughter to him, and i’m afraid for her… if he takes her overnight, will she eat when she’s hungry? will she be exposed to drug abuse? will she be faced with his anger problem, if say she has trouble spending the night away from her mommy, or doesn’t get to the potty on time? so my question for you is, is there enough evidence of a drug problem to keep from sharing custody? i do not seek to keep him out of her life entirely, but i don’t want him taking her out of my sight. he has already shown control issues (making her say please before he’ll put her down – she hasn’t seen him for 2 1/2 years and he is virtually a stranger!) in dealing with her. now the courts will have a say, and i’m so scared that they’ll give him parental rights! what can i do? is there sufficient cause to ask for a drug test? if he passes, is this conclusive proof that he’s not doing drugs? can i request a psychiatric evaluation? i cannot discuss this with him, due to his anger problem. frankly, i don’t want to be on the evening news, and YES i fear his anger issue is that volatile. he seems like a barely controlled ball of rage, and if he acts like that in front of me, how will he act when he’s got her alone? are there any steps i can take to deescalate the situation if he starts to get out of hand? any recommendations for how to deal with this? does this sound like drugs are involved, or am i likely on the wrong track? please help… and thank you.

6:53 pm November 19th, 2014

Hello Anon. It sounds like your instincts are spot on; seek help through the social services or state department of health in your state. Speak with a social worker, a psychotherapist, a community leader, or anyone in the know…and figure out the steps you need to take to maintain custody and require supervision during his visits. We just did an interview from a child visitation and monitoring service that you might find helpful: http://drug.addictionblog.org/child-visitation-and-monitoring-services-interview-with-cherishing-my-moments/

carolyn
2:36 am January 29th, 2015

Hello, I am new to my job and I am trying to fit in the best I can. I have a co worker who is a nice enough guy but I have a really hard time getting in a work groove with him. It’s very busy and we work with patients. He seems to space out at work, gets really quiet and his eyes are super dilated. There are times I ask a question and I swear I cannot understand what he is saying. This usually happens mid afternoon, right after lunch. He doesn’t talk to me much so I really don’t know anything about him. I’m still learning and I really need his help. I don’t feel comfortable talking with any other co workers about this. There are times I really need him to snap out of it and help. We were having a small crisis the other day and he just wasn’t there for me. What do you think his issue is? I don’t think it’s normal.

freddy
1:51 am May 13th, 2015

I tell myself to quit meth. Or i let myself know why i should quit and my response is i know. I try to plan out a weekend that i can just sleep it off but for one reason or another it doesn’t happen. I feel like that day is coming closer. Am i doing the right thing or am i just fooling myself, and what should i do to better my chances of quitting this crap. Ive been using for less than a year. I really want to stop.

12:47 pm May 15th, 2015

Hi Freddy. One of the signs of addiction to a drug is the inability to stop use despite being aware of the numerous risks and damages, and despite truly wishing to stop use. You can call the helpline number displayed on our page to revise your options and set up a treatment plan that fits your needs.

Cathy
12:29 pm January 16th, 2016

Hello I’m concerned about my 30 year old daughter if she’s doing drugs or not. The issues are she’s lacking on bills don’t provide for her kids very in responsible selfish use folks to get what she want she has gotton evicted haven’t paid rent 5 mos have no money . she spends her income only on her her husband family has a history of drug use I wonder if my daughter got cought up I’m so confused. Blams everyone for her fsults but her.Thank you..?

Lydia @ Addiction Blog
7:03 pm February 1st, 2016

Hi, Cathy. Have you found some evidence that your daughter is using it? If not, maybe she has other problems. I suggest you talk with her without bringing conclusions right away.

Carolyn
3:18 am February 14th, 2016

Hi. I have an “Ex”, my childs father who has changed dramatically over the years. I know he smokes pot & drinks, but he is constantly not showing up when supposed to, hours late, extreme mood swings, sweats alot, is doing very poorly…I’m very concerned that he has an addiction to something more than Pot or Alchohol, which is already a problem…Any thing particular I should look for? He also often has pen writing on his legs…

bess
3:03 pm February 18th, 2016

Hi
My husband has started making very out of character choices in his business. He is under huge financial strain but i cant work out where all the money is going. He is working away lots and i have been through his phone and found a name and message asking a guy for tickets. His sleep is all over the shop and he is very unpredictable goes from happy to angry and his sentences dont make sense a lot of the time.
Do u think its a drug problem

Connie
10:21 am March 16th, 2016

Hi there..my husband told me that he is using the so called shabu. And as per him husing it for more than a year..his behavior change and always thinking that im cheating on him.. he always suspected me that i am having another guy. And that affects our relationship even my kids and his wor. What shall i do? I really badly your advise. Hoping for you response immediately.thank you

1:05 pm March 23rd, 2016

Hi Connie. Shabu is a slang term for methamphetamine. Meth is referred to as “shabu” typically in Japan, Hong Kong and Indonesia. He needs professional meth addiction treatment. You can call the free helpline displayed on our site to get in touch with our trusted treatment providers and get the needed information on where to start.

Mimi
2:55 am May 2nd, 2016

I believe my boyfriend is hooked on drugs. He told me he use to sell and use drugs when he was younger but doesn’t do drugs anymore. I’m confused because he acts weird every week when i see him he gets agitated and snaps at me and his Kids and doesn’t stop moving and cleans non stop. He has light eyes so i can see his pupils which are extra constricted. The number one thing that bothers me is that he makes almost 70,000 a year and is always broke. He doesn’t have food in the house, all his furniture looks like he found it on the side of the road. He has a ripped futon in his livingroom and doesn’t even have a bedroom set. I’m confused because how can make so much money and can’t afford milk and cereal for his Kids? He’s a grown man over 40 and has a body of a boy….he is extra skinny and he says because he smokes and works all day without lunch. His snappy erratic behavior has pushed me to decide to leave him. His moods are too much crying one minute and yelling the next. Am i in denial and could be still using drugs?

Dee
1:40 am May 23rd, 2016

I suspect a work colleague of taking cocaine. She’s always a hundred miles an hour,she’s had a constant blocked nose (from January since she started)! She’s always complaining she hasn’t any money but is always working overtime,her pupils are dilated most of the time and she is the life and soul one minute and the next she’s as flat as a pancake. I know that the company she keeps take it every weekend also as one of them is a school friend from years ago and have heard talk of a couple of her friends deal

Rosalie
10:26 am May 25th, 2016

Hello there,theres something id like to consult to you.. I had a common law partner now and I think he’s using drugs but not sure what it is…I always observed him and everytime his friend came around.i noticed him he cleaned the house like a frick and very alert and fast to move and not even sleeping the normal hour.than his normal routine he always sleep that he doesnt want to get up to bed, and he doesnt want to work in the house like hes very tired during the day…to think that he just looking after for our baby only…and everytime I asked him what happened to him why he didn’t sleep he always said that he slept all day with the baby.he does that too in a regular basis but he still can sleep during night..are those the symptoms that he’s under drugs?or im just paranoid and thinking that he is doing it? Please help me clear my mind dont know what to do its affecting me and my baby in my womb cuz everytime I saw him not sleeping I cant go back to sleep too :( hoping for ur reply…
Thanks a lot and more powers!

cindy
3:18 pm October 15th, 2016

I think that my boyfriend has a drug problem. He has alot of the sign listed with the use of cocaine,herion and adderal.He also drinks at least 2-3 40oz beers a day. When we met he was doing herion, when he eanted a realitionship with me I told him he had to get clean and I would help him in any way possible. He called his dr and long story short he got into the methadone clinic which was in Febuary 2016. He was doing good but I feel that he is back using cocaine and or herion as well as adderall. I have siggested rehab and he says that rehabs dont work and hes not going back to one. I know he has lied to me according to his phone text, I got him to go with me to therapy only twice.I am a 1yr.cancer survivor, thats why Im in therapy. I dont use drugs and I dont abuse sny of my rx drugs, i dont smoke anything, or drink alcoholh. I have stood by him and I feel like Ive done all I can to help in every way. Am I in a no win situation with him if he is lieing about his drug use and refusing rehab? I know that may be a stupid qiestion I dont want to feel gulity if I break up with him snd feel that I have let him down. He currently lives with me…any advice? Thank you

Lydia @ Addiction Blog
12:51 pm October 21st, 2016

Hi Cindy. You may look into the CRAFT model for families and interventions. Allies in Recovery, an NGO, has some online reading that can help:
http://alliesinrecovery.net/about-craft/

Moreover, each individual should find the right rehab program that fits for him/her. I suggest that you download our free e-book that can help your boyfriend choose the best rehab for him:
http://addictionblog.org/ebooks/the-definitive-guide-to-rehab/

Lulu
1:30 pm December 5th, 2016

Hi, I suspect my boyfriend is a drug user, he snorts the whole time, puts on lip ice all the time and uses nasal spray frequently, he seems distant at times, please help as i have never used or known anyone who did drugs, i am completely uneducated on this matter. He has used drugs several months ago before we met. Please help

M
1:48 am December 8th, 2016

I found my 23 year old son(already been to prison 2x for burglary), zoned out, almost comatose by an open window in 30 degree weather. There was some kind of rolled up foil on the floor and a lighter. I have no doubt he is using something. He keeps begging us to test him, that he’ll test clean. What could possibly put him in such a deep ‘out of it state’ and him still be confident he’ll test clean?

All drugs are bad...
9:03 am March 29th, 2017

All drugs are bad, face it yr going down soon or later , u can’t beat the odds for u period, u can’t beat. The odds . If yr on it. Get off as some as u can !

Jo
7:28 pm April 5th, 2017

Hello,
I have an inkling that my boyfriend and father of my child is using heroin. Snorting it most likley as i dont see track marks. He of course denies it, and refuses to tell me the truth. I found tan powder in a white piece of paper that he tried to pass off as crushed up sleeping pills, and let me flush it down the toilet. My question is, can i call cps on him and not risk my self or losing my daughter. he doesnt work, im the only one working and he watches her while im at work so im concerned for her saftey and what shes seeing when hes home alone. I just want him to get help and save my daughter from seeing anything like this. i want to leave him but want him to get help and feel if i leave he will end up dying

Tiffany
6:11 am April 6th, 2017

My husband locks himself in the room sometimes for an entire day..I’m worried that he might be using again and I’m unaware of what to look for.

Lydia @ Addiction Blog
12:50 pm April 7th, 2017

Hi Jo. First, I suggest that you look into the CRAFT model for families and interventions. One NGO called Allies in Recovery has some online reading that can help: http://alliesinrecovery.net/about-craft/
Moreover, our contributor Amanda Andruzzi, speaks from a personal experience as an ex-wife of an addict. Feel free to leave a comment on some of her articles, she will respond personally and promptly: http://addictionblog.org/author/amanda/
Then, call a toll-free Heroin Helpline on 1-888-988-7934 to get in touch with trusted and confidential helpline professionals available 24/7.

Mimi
3:28 am April 27th, 2017

My boyfriend has frequent mood swings and will snap over cooking eggs and washing clothes. He will clean and clean and seems OCD about everything. We live together and everyday is s struggle! He is very thin and i noticed tonight he keeps jerking and twitching in his sleep. He admitted years ago he did drugs and i haven’t seen any drugs in the house or on him but his behavior is unberable. Could it be that he’s moody because he smokes and drinks alot of coffee? I want to know the truth and if he really is an addict. I would like to mention he makes almost 70,000 a year but he lives with me now because he lost his place and never paid his bills. He says he’s just bad with money but when you make that much he shouldn’t be getting his car repossessed and evicted!

Marigona
3:15 pm June 3rd, 2017

Hi i want to ask how can i tell if my brother is into other drugs beside Marijuana. He has confessed to me that he sometimes takes marijuana and i told him to stop it and it’s harmful but he responds me with ohh no it’s not like that everyone takes it etc. I told him if you get any drugs then you will pass to other more dangerous drugs, he always says no. But sometimes he is very depressed and everytime he is depressed says to me that it’s my fault and that i dont love or understand him, sometimes he goes like crazy and breaks things with his hand and again he tell me that it’s my fault. I don’t know what to do! We lost our parents in very young age and he is all i have in life i love him and im scadred about him. Please can anyone tell me what to do

Craig
12:09 pm June 29th, 2017

Really needing help with my wife with her problem with xanax she has a problem but doesn’t think she does

Craig
12:10 pm June 29th, 2017

Is there an app for this blog

Lydia @ Addiction Blog
1:12 pm June 29th, 2017

Hi Craig. First, I suggest that you look into the CRAFT model for families and interventions. One NGO called Allies in Recovery has some online reading that can help: http://alliesinrecovery.net/about-craft/
Also, check out Ashton Manual: http://www.benzo.org.uk/manual/
It is a manual that can help your wife with dealing benzodiazepine dependence and withdrawal.

Lydia @ Addiction Blog
11:31 am June 30th, 2017

Hi Craig. Right now, Addiction Blog has no app, but our team is working on making one. Thank you for finding our content interesting. You may get it daily via RSS here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/AddictionBlogorg

Ron H
5:11 am July 14th, 2017

My daughter of 39 was on drugs big time at age 14 to 25 about and than was clean for about ten years after a one stay in a rehabilitation upstate NY. In the last couple of years she as had some back trouble and surgery was on 5 mg 2 three times a day. I now sound out that the last few months she is on Morphine any surggestion. Needless to say I am very worried. She had the surgery to get off pain pills. So she says.

Noel
7:04 am July 30th, 2017

Hi,
I am in a bit of a rough situation. My boyfriend recently got out of rehab about 5 months ago from an addiction to crack and heroin. He was going really strong in the beginning of our relationship, but it has taken a complete turn the past two weeks. Two weeks ago he told me he would change and he doesn’t want to risk this relationship. He gets randomly angry at me at the most random times and has outbursts. He is the head chef at my job. Over two weeks ago he told me he wasn’t sleeping. Shortly after that he started changing. He looks different, perfusely sweating at work, random mood swings, and very immature and outragious behavior. Not to mention he’s been loosing a lot of weight and his face is looking sunken in. The other day I found him outside sleeping on a dumpster. Today, he disappeared and fell asleep in his car for hours. He was not present to attend his job so other employees in the kitchen had to take his spot for the night. I go outside find him laying in his truck sleeping and shaking intensely. I wake him up and his eyes were bloodshot and looked very off. (I’ve noticed his eyes like this recently before) his mouth is all dry and has cuts on it. I try to approach him to see if he is using again but he denies and denies. I don’t know what to do. Could he be on drugs again or is he mentally unstable?

Wifey
4:55 am August 4th, 2017

My soon to be husband has done the hard core drugs before. I know he smokes weed but people are saying he is asking for stuff and when I ask him, he tells me he isnt n I believe him but what else can I do

Monica
9:34 am August 11th, 2017

It’s been almost 8 years since my brothers change. I was in high school when I noticed it. He was once so cool, my favorite person to be around. Smart, helpful, and always there for me. We had moved away from our home town where he stayed with grandparents at 17. Went to jail twice for selling drugs, a few month in juvy and 1 year in jail. He hasn’t been the same since and I could only assume he must have been traumatized or something. He would come in his 20s ti visit, yet sleep All day, for days. He would do weird things like back flips to show off at my graduation. Here, my best friend, who I was once so proud of, embarrassing me with his weird behavior. Years past and it’s only proggeased for the worst. He was paranoid helicopters were following him, and now years later, he is so angry, it’s like he had a mental breakdown and will text me and my mom blaming her for awful things, calling me names and saying that he works for the government as a secret assasin? I asked him if he was on drugs but who would admit that to their little sister so of course he said no. I’m convinced he is and want to help in any way. I don’t know where to start since I really have no physical proof. Are these even signs of drug abuse? Or maybe a mental disorder?..

Anna
4:50 am August 13th, 2017

Hi, i went to camp about a month ago and met some friends. One of those girls, lets call her Kelly, gave me her Snapchat. After i get home, we start talking some. Then I see her smoking marijuana and she is 15. She said her older sister gives it to her. I know her first name and the city she lives in but that’s it. My necklace disappeared at camp and after she got home, she found it in her luggage. I asked if she could mail it to me, she said she probably couldn’t. La asked her why and she unfriended me. That necklace was really important to me. Also, before she unfriended me, she posted a lot of pictures of top-naked African American women or her story. I confronted her about the pictures and that was about the time she unfriended me. This happened a few weeks ago. In worried and don’t know what to do. Please help, I’m 14 and I don’t want my family to be disappointed in me.

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Lizzy
8:21 pm August 15th, 2017

Hi, I’ve been seeing my current boyfriend for a couple of months,he is a Dr by profession.Because of distance we don’t see each other much and we still trying to get to know one another. I was rushing to a meeting this afternoon and we saw each other briefly but he was acting really strange, he was fidgety and he kept rubbing his hands together frantically, his eyes were a bit red and and he kept closing them as though he’s about to pass out. I know this is unusual behavior but how do I approach this?

4:30 pm August 16th, 2017

Hi Anna. Maybe you can talk to your parents or a school counselor about this. I don’t think that you’d be able to help Kelly with her situation if she’s unfriended you and doesn’t want to be in touch. Your parents can call the camp and get the telephone number of Kelly’s parents or guardians. This may be your only shot at getting your necklace back.

Donesha
4:37 am August 17th, 2017

My honey has been acting very different in the past 4 months. Loud outburst not making sense in his conversations mood swings and very withdrawn from family and friends. He talks to himself in the dark. He is completely a total different person. I need help to see if he is on drugs

1:58 pm August 17th, 2017

Hi Donesha. Maybe an at-home hair drug test from the local pharmacy can help you get some answers? Some drug test can detect a wide range of illicit and prescription drugs.

3:22 pm August 17th, 2017

Hi Monica. I’d suggest you talk to your brother and have him see a doctor for further evaluation. It sounds like he needs help for the situation that he is facing. The best way to find out whether his paranoia and hallucinations are drug-induced or he needs mental health treatment is by medical examination of both scenarios.

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