7 drug abuse

346 views
252 views

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
346
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
31
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
3
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

7 drug abuse

  1. 1. the World Health Organization inhalation drug is anysubstance which, is capable of acting onwhen introduced ingestion the central nervous into a living system, causing aorganism by any physical alteration or intramuscular route psychological intravenous have the ability to produce drugs can change the tolerance and dependence behavior of the person consumers.
  2. 2. can alter or modify one or more mental functionsInduce repeated administration by generating pleasureThe cessation of consumption can lead to great discomfortsomatic or psychicThey have no medical use and if they do, can be used fornon-therapeutic
  3. 3. DRUG TYPESMARIJUANA INHALANTS COCAINE CRACKALCOHOL PACO SNUFF Amphetamines NEWT PEYOTE HEROIN CAFFEINE LSD KETAMINE
  4. 4. SNUFF Is obtained from the leavesof various plants of the genusNicotiana tabacum. Contains nicotine whichmakes it very addictive The most commonpathological process causedby snuff is bronchitis andemphysema. The snuff negativelyinfluences male sexualpotency.
  5. 5. SNUFFIs obtained from the leaves ofthe coca plant It is a central nervous systemstimulant, an appetitesuppressant, and a topicalanesthetic.Cocaine increases the risk ofthrombosis, stroke andmyocardial infarction,Continued use by nasalaspiration of cocaine can causenasal congestion, ulceration ofthe mucous membrane.
  6. 6. Heroin is derived from morphine, a naturally occurringsubstance extracted from the seed pod of the Asian poppyplant.
  7. 7. When heroin is consumedrepeatedly, the brain adaptsand becomes less and lesssensitive to this substance,so the dose should begradually increasedconsumption to get the sameeffects.
  8. 8. Impact: Liver and kidney Lung damage, including pneumonia and tuberculosis Decayed teeth Marked or blocked veins Infectious diseases such asMuscle and joint problems hepatitis or HIV
  9. 9. Impact:Encourages diseases such aschronic bronchitis, pulmonaryemphysema and lung cancer.Furthermore, bronchodilatoreffect enhances the absorption oftoxic substances.
  10. 10. Psychosis and schizophrenia. tachycardia. And Arrhythmias Bronchopulmonary disease and various cancers.Theres trouble in memory and learning Emotional disorders (anxiety, depression) and personality.
  11. 11. It is the name by which it is known to a broad group of substances produced by chemical synthesis, amongwhich should be noted ecstasy, GHB, ketamine, PCP or "angel dust."
  12. 12. It is a synthetic, chemically similar to methamphetamine (stimulant) and to mescaline (a hallucinogen), although the effects that are not clearly sum of both.
  13. 13.  Sociability, euphoria, disinhibition. Increased self-esteem. Loquacity. Restlessness,Confusion, overwhelm. Tachycardia, arrhythmia and The association of ecstasy hypertension. to a great physical activity, Dry mouth, sweating like dancing Chills, nausea. for hours, can lead to Contraction of the jaw, tremors. "heat stroke" whichDehydration. consists of a Increased body temperature or "heat increase in body stroke". temperature that can cause kidney failure.
  14. 14. It is a stimulantamphetamine derivative with potent effects on the nervous system. Although globally, interms of production and trafficking, methamphetamine has more relevance thanamphetamine or ecstasy,
  15. 15. • Increased attention.• Reduced fatigue.• Reduced appetite.• A feeling of euphoria.• Increased heart rate.• Hyperthermia (heat stroke).• Seizures.• Overdose.• Increased libido.• Sexual risk.• paranoid disorders.• Reaction Acute lead used as areagent (intravenously).
  16. 16. EFFECTS OF DRUGS ON THE HUMAN BODY
  17. 17. The drug abusecauses psychicalterations,physicses and ofconduct.
  18. 18. The drugs  cerebral damages. cause:  It reduce the capability of coordination and concentration  Nervousness  Excessive increase of appetite  Isolation  memory can look affected, and  it can present difficulties in the processes of learning.
  19. 19. Besides Chronic bronchitis cancer of lung, increase of blood pressure, heart failure,  impotence, and another effects.
  20. 20. In the case of druggenerate overdose orcritical poisoning in aperson, it is essentialto implementemergencytreatment. This shows that all drug treatment depends directly on the type of drug.
  21. 21. It is a partial suspension of thedrug that the addict isdependent, this is done undercontrolled situations, and itoften provides a similar drugto reduce the dangers ofabstinence.
  22. 22. Typically these processes are Apart from therapies,We define rehabilitation there are other activities: as the next step in prolonged for more Physical Educationdetoxification. There are than one month. different therapies: Spiritual Guidance individual, group or Self Help Group 12 family. Steps Art Therapy Rehabilitation
  23. 23. In Peru there is aninstitution dedicated to thefight against drugs. Centrode Información yEducación para laPrevención del Abuso deDrogas (CEDRO), privatePeruvian organizationnonprofit, founded in 1986through an initiative ofPeruvians of variousprofessions.

×