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  • By: Álvaro, Celia, Anahí, Manuel.6ºB
  •  Drugs are substances that make you act strange or silly. When you take them, you may not know what you are doing.  Depending on the drug, your age, and the amount you take, taking drugs can have different consequences.
  •  They cause hallucinations, depression, paranoid tendencies, neurosis, etc.  A drug addict may be unable to have relationships with his/her relatives or friends. View slide
  •  Marijuana: causes red eyes, dry throat, strange behaviour  Cocaine: causes dilated pupils, high blood pressure and heart rate, or even heart attack  (Coca-cola used to have cocaine)  Burundanga or scopolamine: causes hallucinations, difficulty in the production of saliva, View slide
  •  Some drugs are used for medical purposes, such as marijuana and morphine…
  •  Drug consumption is an important social phenomenon that especially affects teenagers. Drug use and abuse are too high in our present society.  Teenagers, kids, and adults have to learn how to live with the presence of drugs, making decisions about consuming them or not.
  •  Drug consumption in teenagers affects their families and friends.  Risk prevention is essential to avoid risk factors; for example, we should learn different ways to spend our free time.
  • NO DRUGS!!!