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  • 1. CRIMINAL VICES:<br />DRUGS AND ALCOHOL<br />
  • 2. INTEGRANTS:<br />Lorena pertuz<br />Etelvina parra<br />Moisesgarcia<br />Kevin becerra<br />Raiza posada<br />Lic: gabrielbasquez<br />Grado: 11b<br />Gimnasio del saber<br />
  • 3. ALCOHOL<br />Alcohol is created when grains, fruits, or vegetables are fermented. Fermentation is a process that uses yeast or bacteria to change the sugars in the food into alcohol. Fermentation is used to produce many necessary items — everything from cheese to medications. Alcohol has different forms and can be used as a cleaner, an antiseptic, or a sedative.<br />So if alcohol is a natural product, why do teens need to be concerned about drinking it? When people drink alcohol, it&apos;s absorbed into their bloodstream. From there, it affects the central nervous system which controls virtually all body functions. <br />
  • 4. EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL<br />Alcohol is a depressant, which means it slows the function of the central nervous system. Alcohol actually blocks some of the messages trying to get to the brain. This alters a person&apos;s perceptions, emotions, movement, vision, and hearing.<br />In very small amounts, alcohol can help a person feel more relaxed or less anxious. More alcohol causes greater changes in the brain, resulting in intoxication. People who have overused alcohol may stagger, lose their coordination, and slur their speech. They will probably be confused and disoriented. <br />
  • 5. Why Do TeensDrink?<br />Experimentation with alcohol during the teen years is common. Some reasons that teens use alcohol and other drugs are:<br /><ul><li>Curiosity
  • 6. To feel good, reduce stress, and relax
  • 7. To fit in
  • 8. To feel older</li></ul>From a very young age, kids see advertising messages showing beautiful people enjoying life — and alcohol. And because many parents and other adults use alcohol socially — having beer or wine with dinner, for example — alcohol seems harmless to many teens.<br />
  • 9. WhyShouldn&apos;t I Drink?<br />Although it&apos;s illegal to buy alcohol in the United States until the age of 21, most teens can get access to it. It&apos;s therefore up to you to make a decision about drinking. In addition to the possibility of becoming addicted, there are some downsides to drinking:<br />The punishment is severe: Teens who drink put themselves at risk for obvious problems with the law.<br />You can look really stupid: The impression is that drinking is cool, but the nervous system changes that come from drinking alcohol can make people do embarrassing things, like throwing up or peeing on themselves. <br />Alcohol puts your health at risk:Teens who drink are more likely to be sexually active and to have unsafe, unprotected sex. <br />
  • 10. DRUGS<br />Drugs are chemicals or substances that change the way our bodies work. When you put them into your body , drugs find their way into your bloodstream and are transported to parts of your body, such as your brain. In the brain, drugs may either intensify or dull your senses, alter your sense of alertness, and sometimes decrease physical pain.<br />A drug may be helpful or harmful. The effects of drugs can vary depending upon the kind of drug taken, how much is taken, how often it is used, how quickly it gets to the brain, and what other drugs, food, or substances are taken at the same time.<br />
  • 11. WhyPeopleTakeDrugs?<br />And just as there are many kinds of drugs available, there are as many reasons for trying them or starting to use them regularly. People take drugs just for the pleasure they believe they can bring. Often it&apos;s because someone tried to convince them that drugs would make them feel good or that they&apos;d have a better time if they took them.<br />Some teens believe drugs will help them think better, be more popular, stay more active, or become better athletes. Others are simply curious and figure one try won&apos;t hurt. Others want to fit in. A few use drugs to gain attention from their parents.<br />
  • 12. THE MOST COMMON DRUGS <br />Amphetamines<br />Cocaine and Crack<br />Amphetamines are stimulants that accelerate functions in the brain and body. They come in pills or tablets. Prescription diet pills also fall into this category of drugs.<br />Street Names: speed, uppers, dexies, bennies<br />How They&apos;re Used: Amphetamines are swallowed, inhaled, or injected.<br />Cocaine is a white crystalline powder made from the dried leaves of the coca plant. Crack, named for its crackle when heated, is made from cocaine. It looks like white or tan pellets.<br />Street Names for Cocaine: coke, snow, blow, nose candy, white, big C<br />Street Names for Crack: freebase, rock<br />
  • 13. THE MOST COMMON DRUGS <br />Depressants<br />Ecstasy<br />This is a designer drug created by underground chemists. It comes in powder, tablet, or capsule form. Ecstasy is a popular club drug among teens because it is widely available at raves, dance clubs, and concerts.<br />Street Names: XTC, X, Adam, E, Roll<br />How It&apos;s Used: Ecstasy is swallowed or sometimes snorted.<br />Depressants, such as tranquilizers and barbiturates, calm nerves and relax muscles. Many are legally available by prescription (such as Valium and Xanax) and are bright-colored capsules or tablets.<br />Street Names: downers, goof balls, barbs, ludes<br />How They&apos;re Used: Depressants are swallowed.<br />
  • 14. THE MOST COMMON DRUGS <br />GHB<br />Heroin<br />Heroin comes from the dried milk of the opium poppy, which is also used to create the class of painkillers called narcotics - medicines like codeine and morphine. Heroin can range from a white to dark brown powder to a sticky, tar-like substance.<br />Street Names: horse, smack, Big H, junk<br />How It&apos;s Used: Heroin is injected, smoked, or inhaled<br />GHB, which stands for gamma hydroxybutyrate, is often made in home basement labs, usually in the form of a liquid with no odor or color. <br />Street Names: Liquid Ecstasy, G, Georgia Home Boy<br />How It&apos;s Used: When in liquid or powder form, GHB is drunk; in tablet form it is swallowed.<br />
  • 15. THE MOST COMMON DRUGS <br />Inhalants<br />Ketamine<br />Inhalants are substances that are sniffed or &quot;huffed&quot; to give the user an immediate rush or high. They include household products like glues, paint thinners, dry cleaning fluids, gasoline, felt-tip marker fluid, correction fluid, hair spray, among others.<br />How It&apos;s Used: Inhalants are breathed in directly from the original container, from a plastic bag, or by holding an inhalant-soaked rag in the mouth.<br />Ketaminehydrochlorideis a quick-actinganestheticthatislegallyused in bothhumans and animals . At high doses, it causes intoxication and hallucinations similar to LSD.<br />Street Names: K, Special K, vitamin K, bump, cat Valium.<br />How It&apos;s Used: Ketamine usually comes in powder that users snort. <br />
  • 16. THE MOST COMMON DRUGS <br />LSD<br />Marijuana<br />The most widely used illegal drug in the United States, marijuana resembles green, brown, or gray dried parsley with stems or seeds. A stronger form of marijuana called hashish (hash) looks like brown or black cakes or balls. <br />How It&apos;s Used: Marijuana is usually smoked — rolled in papers like a cigarette, or in hollowed-out cigars , pipes, or water pipes.<br />LSD (which stands forlysergicaciddiethylamide) is a lab-brewedhallucinogen and mood-changingchemical. LSD isodorless, colorless, and tasteless.<br />Street Names: acid, blotter, doses, microdots<br />HowIt&apos;sUsed: LSD islickedorsucked off smallsquares of blottingpaper. Capsules and liquidforms are swallowed.<br />
  • 17. THE MOST COMMON DRUGS <br />Methamphetamine<br />Nicotine<br />Methamphetamine is a powerful stimulant.<br />Street Names: crank, meth, speed, crystal, chalk, fire, glass, crypto, ice<br />How It&apos;s Used: It can be swallowed, snorted, injected, or smoked.<br />Effects &amp; Dangers:<br />Users feel a euphoric rush from methamphetamine, particularly if it is smoked or shot up. <br />Nicotine is a highly addictive stimulant found in tobacco. This drug is quickly absorbed into the bloodstream when smoked.<br />How It&apos;s Used: Nicotine is typically smoked in cigarettes or cigars. Some people put a pinch of tobacco into their mouths and absorb nicotine through the lining of their mouths.<br />

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