lol -7 frags and counting probably idk
i'm not wrong though there are literally people who live on some form of medication (like patients with ADD) every day of their lives and it's actually made their lives better as a result
the problem with weed and long term alcohol usage is that thc causes damage to your hippocampus which impacts your learning esp if you're still growing (i.e. a teenager idk how old you are) and alcohol, well, everyone knows its damage to your liver and higher functioning. there's a study out there i can find that literally shows that significant weed users lower their iq by like five points over the years whereas non-users gain iq. however if you use it sparingly honestly we've all done some stuff and it should be fine. just do your research and make sure you take care of yourself and know what you're getting into.
to clarify sobriety is just a baseline state that gets pretty boring if you arent exercising or choking yourself while whacking off for that "natural high" so there's honestly nothing wrong with doing drugs every day unless it's to deal with a problem you think you might have. think deep and look inside to make sure it's not existentialism or depression or anxiety that's fueling your drug use. if so, make sure to get help and get the right drugs in your system that will actually fix your problems because drugs do squat to help; they just prolong seeking treatment.
otherwise it's probably fine, there are drugs out there that have little to no long term side effects like shrooms so honestly i see nothing wrong with what's going on as long as you do your research, check your drug interactions and make sure you know what you're getting into. it's a good thing that you're self aware of this, but just because you think there's a problem doesn't mean there is one--you could just be a hypochondriac. (oh wait, that is a problem. oh well.)
there i made my post more constructive