Using more than one drug per session is often called ‘poly drug use’ or ‘mixing drugs’. This involves using more than one drug at a time, including the use of alcohol and prescription. Anything you consume can have some form of interaction; however, some drug combinations may be more risky than others. Learn about interactions on our page drug combinations and polydrug use
Drugs and mental health
Each person's mental health is unique to them. See how drugs can impact on some peoples mental health on our page Drugs and mental health
Drugs and pregnancy
Here we have stuck to the facts to give you a simple guide to this complicated topic.
Drugs and the law
Drugs are controlled by international and local law. Learn about these controls and policies on our page: Drugs and the law
How long do drugs stay in your system?
How long they stay in your urine, your blood and your hair. We have provided a rough guide on how long drugs could stay in your system but this changes based on each situation. See our page How long do drugs stay in your system?