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Yes, Alcohol and Weed both are affecting the youth because as the brain keeps developing into their mid-twenties. Use of Alcohol and weed may harm the developing teen brain during this period.
By using weed and Alcohol as a teenager can increase the risk of damage to the brain which is developing. It can also lead to problems with Alcohol and weed later in life of the person.
Teenagers are likely to drink more as compared to older people. Drinking heavily for a short period of time with the mindset of becoming drunk is known as binge drinking, which is also defined as drinking more than the recommended level of four standard drinks on any one occasion.
Weed also has the same effects as Alcohol does like Difficulty in thinking and problem solving, Problems with memory and learning something, Impaired coordination, Difficulty in maintaining attention, Increased risk of mental health issues, Impaired driving, Potential for addiction etc.