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Drug addiction

  1. 1. “In The Name of ALLAH, the most gracious, the most merciful.”
  2. 2.    Nouman Latif (10-SE-105) Waqas Akram (10-SE-64) Hafiz Ali Raza (10-SE-123)
  3. 3.          Meaning of Drug Reasons of using Drugs Signs and symptoms of drug Effects of Drugs Types of drugs Motivation toward Drugs Islamic views about drugs. Abuse Rate Conclusion
  4. 4. ADDICTION: Addiction is a compulsion to repeat a behavior regardless of its negative consequences
  5. 5. Pharmacology Drugs:  It is a chemical substance used in the treatment, cure, prevention, or diagnosis of disease Recreational drugs:  Chemical substances that affect the [central nervous system], such as narcotics
  6. 6. COMMON SYMPTOMS  Weight loss  Loss of appetite  Red, watering eyes  Depression  Cold, sweaty shaking hands  Laziness  Cough  Sleepy
  7. 7.         Memory loss Frequent lying Nervousness & Irritation Dishonest Problems at school or universities Excessive demand for privacy Violent behavior Hyperactivities
  8. 8.  Inability to think  Memory problems  Emotional overreactions  Sleeping problems  Stress
  9. 9.  Physical coordination problem  May cause of death
  10. 10.  Asthema  Digestive System  Nervous System  Cancer
  11. 11.  Drugs stay in the body for years  Heart Problems  Blood Vessels  Tuberculosis
  12. 12.      Nearly half of individuals with a past year substance use disorder also had a mental disorder Mental disorders found to be most prevalent included affective disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, and psychotic disorders
  13. 13. AMPHETAMINE DA DOPAC HVA greater Much Activity than any Other drug of abuse Time-causes neurotoxicity After Amphetamine 400 % of Basal Release Accumbens 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 0 1 2 250 3 4 200 100 0 1 250 0 Time After Nicotine % of Basal Release 100 1 2 5 hr ETHANOL Dose (g/kg ip) 200 0.25 0.5 1 2.5 150 100 0 0 2 3 4 Time After Cocaine Accumbens Accumbens Caudate 150 COCAINE DA DOPAC HVA 5 hr NICOTINE 200 Accumbens 300 0 % of Basal Release % of Basal Release Effects of Drugs on Dopamine Release 3 hr Source: Di Chiara and Imperato 0 1 2 3 Time After Ethanol 4hr
  14. 14. oCoffee is the most widely used psychoactive drug beverage in the world. In 1999 the average consumption of coffee was 3.5 cups per day per U.S. citizen oWine is a common alcoholic beverage.
  15. 15.   In the United Kingdom, BTC medicines are called pharmacy medicines which can only be sold in registered pharmacies, by or under the supervision of a pharmacist. These medications are designated by the letter P on the label.[8] The range of medicines available without a prescription varies from country to country. Medications are typically produced by pharmaceutical companies and are often patented to give the developer exclusive rights to produce them, but they can also be derived from naturally occurring substance in plants called herbal medicine.[citation needed] Those that are not patented (or with expired patents) are called generic drugs since they can be produced by other companies without restrictions or licenses from the patent holder. Nexium pills 40 mg (esomeprazole magnesium)
  16. 16. TYPES OF DRUGS
  17. 17.      Cultivated The leaves of tobacco Nicotine Smoked or chewed Afghanistan
  18. 18.     Hemp plant Highly Mind-altering drug Smoked in a cigarette called a joint Eaten in the form of dried leaves
  19. 19.    Addictive Narcotic made from morphine Pure heroin is a white powder Injected or smoked
  20. 20. White powder that comes from the dried leaves of the coca plant  Fast, intense feeling of power and energy.  Inhaled through the nose or Injected into a vein 
  21. 21.  LSD (Lysergic Acid Diethylamide) from Alkaolids     Makes user experience a rush of good feelings Popular with teens and young adults Swallowed Increases heart beat
  22. 22.  Organic compounds (incl. Har,vit,alk)  To increase power Build muscles Enhance performance Improve appearance Swallowed in tablets or injected    
  23. 23.        Friends Parent’s Carelessness Self-esteem Fashion Depression and loneliness To get rid of unwanted feelings Anxiety
  24. 24. “they ask you (oh Muhammad PBUH) about wine and gambling. Say! In them is a great sin and some benefits for men, but sin of them is far greater than their benefit.”
  25. 25.  Narrated abu Musa, Hazrat Muhammad PBUH said, “I find no diference between drinking alcohol and worshiping the Idols.”  Narrated abu Hurara (R.A) the Prophet PBUH said, “A person at the time of drinking an alcoholic drink is not a believer.”
  26. 26.  60 lac cigarettes are burnt in whole world in half a minute.  Every Year 6 lac people die due to smoking.  In year 2009 there were 14 million substance abusers in Pakistan
  27. 27. Crimes due to Drugs Drug Popularity
  28. 28. NAME 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Opium 101370 107959 115300 123371 131760 Heroin 1161494 1240475 1321105 1413582 1509705 Charas 474218 506464 538877 576598 615806 Bhang 46388 49542 52712 56401 60236 Tran. & mandrix 265237 283273 301402 322500 344430
  29. 29. 1600000 OPIUM 1400000 1200000 HEROIN 1000000 CHARAS 800000 600000 BHANG 400000 TRANQUILIZER & MANDRIX 200000 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  30. 30.   Down to the Bone is a 2005 independent film drama, starring Vera Farmiga, who received a "Best Actress" award from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association for the role. The film won the Sundance Film Festival Director's Award (Debra Granik) and the Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Prize (Vera Farmiga). The film, which addresses the effects of drug addiction, was directed and cowritten by Debra Granik. The film takes place in upstate New York and New York City. Down to the Bone is Granik's first feature film and was filmed in digital video. Debra Granik also directed the 2010 film Winter's Bone.
  31. 31. Free ticket to Hell Silent Killer Stop before it takes your life First the man takes a drink, then the drink takes the man.
  32. 32. Thank You
  33. 33. Presented By: Nouman Latif 10-SE-105 Waqas Akram 10-SE-64 Hafiz Ali Raza 10-SE-123

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