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2011 2012 illegal-drug

  1. 1. ILLEGAL DRUGS
  2. 2. EVERY YEAR 50,000 AMERICANS DIE FROM ADRUG OVERDOSE
  3. 3. IN THEUNITED STATES THERE ARE4,000,000 PEOPLEADDICTED
  4. 4. DRUG
  5. 5. ANY SUBSTANCE THAT MODIFIES ONE OR MORE BODY FUNCTIONS INCLUDINGMOOD & BEHAVIOR
  6. 6. ILLEGAL DRUGS(STREET DRUGS)
  7. 7. CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES THATPEOPLE OF ANY AGECAN MANUFACTURE, POSSES, BUY ORSALE UNLAWFULLY.
  8. 8. DRUGABUSE
  9. 9. USING A DRUG FORREASONS OTHER THAN FOR WHAT IT WAS INTENTED.
  10. 10. NAME PROBLEMS APERSON WHO USESDRUGS COULD EXPERIENCE.
  11. 11. 1. PHYSIOLOGICAL DEPENDENCE2. PSYCHOLOGICAL DEPENDENCE 3.TOLERANCE
  12. 12. 4. ADDICTION5.WITHDRAWAL
  13. 13. ADDICTION Normal Drug Addicted
  14. 14. APHYSIOLOGICAL ORPSYCHOLOGICAL DEPENDENCE ON A SUBSTANCE OR ACTIVITY.
  15. 15. PHYSIOLOGIC ALDEPENDENCE
  16. 16. A DEPENDENCEWHICH CAUSES ACHEMICAL NEED OF THE BODY FOR A DRUG.
  17. 17. PSYCHOLOGIC ALDEPENDENCE
  18. 18. A PERSON BELIEVESTHAT A PARTICULAR DRUG IS NEEDED INORDER TO FEEL GOOD OR FUNCTION NORMALLY.
  19. 19. TOLERANCE
  20. 20. NEEDING TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF THEDRUG TO ACHIEVE THE DESIRED EFFECT.
  21. 21. AN UNPLEASANTPHYSICAL REACTIONTHAT OCCURS WHEN A PERSON STOPSTAKING A DRUG ORMEDICINE ON WHICH THE PERSON IS CHEMICALLY DEPENDENT.
  22. 22. NAME THECLASSIFICATIONS OF DRUGS
  23. 23. 1. STIMILANTS2. DEPRESSANTS3.HALLUCINOGE NS 4. NARCOTICS
  24. 24. STIMULANT
  25. 25. DRUGS THAT INCREASE THE ACTION OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUSSYSTEM, HEART RATE, RESPIRATORY RATE, & BLOOD PRESSURE.
  26. 26. GIVE 4 EXAMPLES OF STIMULANTS
  27. 27. 1. CRACK 2. COCAINE3. AMPHETAMINE 4. ICE
  28. 28. AMPHETAMINE
  29. 29. STRONG CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM STIMULANTS WITH EFFECTS SIMILAR TOTHOSE OF ADRENALINE.
  30. 30. AMPHETAMINES INCREASE HEART RATE RESPIRATION &BLOOD PRESSURE
  31. 31. INCREASED INCREASED TOLERANCE TOLERANCE AND ADDICTION AND ADDICTION OCCURS QUICKLY OCCURS QUICKLY WITH WITHAMPHETAMINE ABUSEAMPHETAMINE ABUSE
  32. 32. EFFECTS: EFFECTS:LOSS OF MUSCLELOSS OF MUSCLE COORDINATION COORDINATION DELIRIUM DELIRIUM PANIC ATTACKS PANIC ATTACKSAGGRESSIVENESSAGGRESSIVENESS STROKE STROKE DEATH DEATH
  33. 33. METHAMPHETAMINEMETHAMPHETAMINE
  34. 34. A STIMULANT THAT IS AWHITE, ODORLESSPOWDER WHICH DISSOLVES IN ALCOHOL OR WATER.
  35. 35. METHAMPHETAMINE GIVES ASHORT TERM FEELING OF EUPHORIA
  36. 36. METHAMPHETAMINE CAN CAUSE SEIZURES, PARANOIA, BRAIN DAMAGE AND DEATH.
  37. 37. EXAMPLES CRANK, SPEED, ANDICE-SMOKABLE FORM OF METHAMPHETAMINE
  38. 38. EUPHORIA
  39. 39. A FEELING OFINTENSE WELL- BEING OR ELATION
  40. 40. PARANOIA
  41. 41. AN IRRATIONALSUSPICIOUSNESSOR DISTRUST OF OTHERS.
  42. 42. COCAINE 700 pounds of Cocaine seized
  43. 43. A RAPID ACTING,POWERFULSTIMULANT
  44. 44. COCAINE PRODUCES AN AMPHETAMINE LIKEEUPHORIA, INTENSE PLEASURE AND A SENSEOF PHYSICAL POWER.
  45. 45. COCAINE’S EFFECTSDO NOT LAST LONG- SOMETIMES AS SHORT AS 20 MINUTES.
  46. 46. COCAINE IS AWHITE POWDER THAT CAN BE SNORTED OR INJECTED
  47. 47. DEATH IS OFTEN DUE TOHEART ATTACK AND RESPIRATORY ARREST
  48. 48. EFFECTS INCLUDE: NAUSEAABDOMINAL PAIN CHEST PAIN MALNUTRITION SEIZURE STROKE
  49. 49. CRACK
  50. 50. CRACK IS THE SMOKABLE FORM OF COCAINE.IT IS 10 TIMES MORE POWERFUL THANSNORTING COCAINE.
  51. 51. BECAUSE CRACK IS SMOKED. THE EFFECTSARE FELT WITHIN SECONDS.
  52. 52. THE HIGH FOR CRACKIS SHORT-LIVED AND THE PERSON EXPERIENCES AN OVERWHELMING “CRASHING”ALONG WITH SYMPTOMS SUCH AS NAUSEA AND DEPRESSION.
  53. 53. ONCE CRACK IS IN ONCE CRACK IS IN THE BLOOD STREAM THE BLOOD STREAM IT CAUSES IT CAUSES HEART RATE AND HEART RATE ANDRESPIRATORY RATE TORESPIRATORY RATE TO SOAR DANGEROUSLY SOAR DANGEROUSLY HIGH. HIGH.
  54. 54. DEATHS USUALLY RESULT FROM CARDIAC AND RESPIRATORY ARREST
  55. 55. DEPRESSANT
  56. 56. DEPRESSANTS RELAX MUSCLES, RELIEVE FEELINGS OF TENSION,AND BRING ON SLEEP.
  57. 57. NAME TYPES OFDEPRESSANTS
  58. 58. 1. SEDATIVE 2. HYPNOTIC 3. BARBITURATES4. TRANQUILIZERS
  59. 59. THE MOSTCOMMONLY USED DEPRESSANT IS ALCOHOL.
  60. 60. SEDATIVES
  61. 61. A TYPE OF BARBITURATE THAT WHEN USED IN LOW DOSAGES HAS A CALMING EFFECT.
  62. 62. HYPNOTICS
  63. 63. A TYPE OF BARBITURATETHAT WHEN USED IN HIGH DOSES INDUCES SLEEP
  64. 64. BARBITURATES
  65. 65. DRUGS THAT ARE USEDILLEGALLY TO GIVE AFEELING SIMILAR TO ALCOHOLINTOXICATION
  66. 66. BARBITURATESCOUNTERACT THE EFFECTS OF STIMLANTS.
  67. 67. BARBITURATES ARE DEPRESSANTS WHICH LOWERS HEART RATE,RESPIRATORY RATE AND BLOOD PRESSURE
  68. 68. BARBITURATESGIVE A VERY PEACEFUL, CALMING EFFECT. OVERDOSE CAN RESULTIN COMA OR DANGEROUSRESPIRATORY DISTRESS.
  69. 69. EFFECTS: EFFECTS: IMPAIRMENT OF: IMPAIRMENT OF: MEMORY MEMORY MUSCLE MUSCLE COORDINATION COORDINATIONLOSS OF JUDGEMENT LOSS OF JUDGEMENTEXTREME CONFUSIONEXTREME CONFUSION
  70. 70. TRANQUILIZERS
  71. 71. DEPRESSANTS THAT REDUCE MUSCULAR ACTIVITY, COORDINATION, &ATTENTION SPAN.
  72. 72. IF TRANQUILIZERS ARE USED IN EXCESS BOTH PHYSIOLOGICAL & PSYCHOLOGICAL DEPENDENCE OCCUR.
  73. 73. TRANQUILIZERS ARE CLASSIFIED IN DIVISIONS:
  74. 74. MINOR TRANQUILIZERSDRUGS USED TO TREATANXIETY AND RELIEVE TENSION.
  75. 75. MAJOR TRANQUILIZERSDRUGS USED TO TREAT SERIOUS MENTALLY ILL PATIENTS.
  76. 76. ANTIPSYCHOTICTRANQUILIZERS
  77. 77. TRANQUILIZERS USED TO TREATSEVERE MENTAL DISORDERS
  78. 78. VALIUM
  79. 79. ANTIANXIETY TRANQUILIZER:USED MEDICALLY TO RELIEVE ANXIETY,MUSCULAR SPASMS, SLEEPLESSNESS AND NERVOUSNESS.
  80. 80. HALLUCINOGENS
  81. 81. ALSO KNOWN AS PSYCHODELICS,HALLUCINOGENSALTER MOOD AND PERCEPTION.
  82. 82. HALLUCINOGENS HAVE NO MEDICAL USE.
  83. 83. GIVE EXAMPLES OFHALLUCINOGENS.
  84. 84. .PCP . LSD. MESCALINE
  85. 85. PCP
  86. 86. A VERY POWERFUL HALLUCINOGEN.PCP WAS ONCE USED AS AN ANIMAL TRANQUILIZER. ALSO KNOWN AS ANGLE DUST.
  87. 87. PEOPLE HAVE DROWN IN SHALLOW WATER BECAUSE THEY COULDN’T ESTABLISH WHICH WAY WAS UP.
  88. 88. PEOPLE HAVEBURNED TO DEATH BECAUSE OF THEIR INABILITY TO FEEL PAIN
  89. 89. EFFECTS:INCREASED HEART AND RESPIRATORY RATE DEPRESSION PANIC ATTACKS AGGRESSION VIOLENT ACTIONS SEVERE FLASHBACKS
  90. 90. LSD
  91. 91. LSD AFFECTS THE BRAIN’S EMOTIONAL CENTER. DEATH IS OFTEN DUE TO HEART OR RESPIRATORY FAILURE
  92. 92. DEATHS RESULTED FROM LSD WHEN PEOPLE ACTUALLY THINKING THEY COULD FLY ANDJUMPING FROM A HIGHRISE WINDOW FROM ANAPARTMENT BUILDING.
  93. 93. CLASSIFIED AS HALLUCINOGEN,LSD IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CREATING AN AWARENESS OFHALLUCINOGENS INAMERICAN SOCIETY.
  94. 94. DEATHS ALSO OCCURREDWITH INDIVIDUALS ONLSD TRYING TO STOPAN ONCOMING TRAINBY STANDING ON THE RAILROAD TRACK.
  95. 95. EFFECTS: HALLUCINATIONSSEVERELY DISTORTED PERCEPTION TO SOUND AND COLOR
  96. 96. HALLUCINOGENS EFFECTS:CONVULSIONS SEVEREFLASHBACKS
  97. 97. FLASHBACK
  98. 98. RELIVING A BAD TRIPOR A BAD EXPERIENCE YOU HAD WHILE TAKING DRUGS. THIS CAN OCCUR AT ANYTIME EVEN AFTER DRUG USE HAS ENDED.
  99. 99. CANNABIS
  100. 100. THE SCIENTIFIC NAME FORMARIJUANA
  101. 101. MARIJUANA
  102. 102. MARIJUANA IS CLASSIFIEDAS A HALLUCINOGENAND HAS THE EFFECTSOF BOTH A STIMULANT AND A DEPRESSANT.
  103. 103. ONE JOINTOF MARIJUANA CONTAINS TIMES ASMUCH TAR AS A NICOTINE CIGARETTE.
  104. 104. TODAY’S MARIJUANA IS TO TIMESSTRONGER THAN THE MARIJUANA OF TWENTY YEARS AGO.
  105. 105. WHAT EFFECT DOES MARIJUANA HAVE ON THE FOLLOWING?
  106. 106. 1. HEART RATE-INCREASES 2. BLOOD PRESSURE INCREASES 3. BODY TEMPERATURE- LOWERS4. APPETITE- STIMULATES5.PERSONALITY PROBLEMS
  107. 107. EFFECTS: EFFECTS: HALLUCINATIONS HALLUCINATIONS LUNG DAMAGE LUNG DAMAGE BREAKS DOWN BREAKS DOWNYOUR IMMUNE SYSTEMYOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM DISTORTED SENSE OF DISTORTED SENSE OF TIME, SOUND, TIME, SOUND, SIGHT AND TOUCH SIGHT AND TOUCH
  108. 108. EFFECTS CONTINUED: EFFECTS CONTINUED:IMPAIRS THE FOLLOWINGIMPAIRS THE FOLLOWING SHORT-TERM MEMORY, SHORT-TERM MEMORY, REACTION TIME, REACTION TIME, COORDINATION COORDINATION AND AND CONCENTRATION CONCENTRATION
  109. 109. WHAT IS THC?
  110. 110. THE ACTIVE INGREDIENT IN MARIJUANA THAT CAUSES THEPSYCHOACTIVE EFFECT.
  111. 111. WHERE IS THC STORED IN THE BODY?
  112. 112. THC DOES NOT DISSOLVE IN WATER THEREFORE IT IS NOT FLUSHED FROM THE BODY.
  113. 113. IT MAY TAKE WEEKSTO EXCRETE THC FROM THE BODY
  114. 114. THC IS STORED IN FATTY TISSUE
  115. 115. NAME THE MAJOR PARTS OF THE BODY MOST AFFECTED BY THC.
  116. 116. 1. BRAIN 2. LUNGS 3. LIVER 4. KIDNEYS5. REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS
  117. 117. NARCOTICS
  118. 118. OPIUM BASED DRUGS USED TORELIEVE PAIN.
  119. 119. GIVE lll EXAMPLES OF A NARCOTIC.
  120. 120. 1. METHADONE-TREATMENT OF HEROIN 2. OPIUM-RELIEVES PAIN & SUFFERING 3. MORPHINE-RELIEVES PAIN 4. HEROIN-NO MEDICAL USE 5. CODEINE-RELIEVES COUGHING.
  121. 121. METHADONE
  122. 122. A SYNTHETIC DRUG USED IN THE TREATMENT OF HEROIN.
  123. 123. OPIATES
  124. 124. OPIATES ARE A CENTRALNERVOUS SYSTEMDEPRESSANT MADEFROM OPIUM OR A SYNTHETIC EQUIVELANT.
  125. 125. HEROIN
  126. 126. AN ILLEGAL DRUG MADE FROM MORPHINE.HEROIN IS A NARCOTIC AND HASNO MEDICAL VALUE.
  127. 127. HERIONCAN BE INJECTED,CAN BE INJECTED, SNORTED AND SNORTED AND SMOKED. SMOKED.
  128. 128. HEROIN DEPRESSES HEROIN DEPRESSES THE CENTRAL THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM, NERVOUS SYSTEM,SLOWS DOWN HEARTSLOWS DOWN HEART RATE AND RATE ANDRESPIRATORY RATE.RESPIRATORY RATE.
  129. 129. EFFECTS: CONFUSED SEDATIONUNCONSCIOUSNESS COMA DEATH
  130. 130. PSYCHOACTIVE DRUGS
  131. 131. PSYCHOACTIVE DRUGSAFFECT THE CENTRALNERVOUS SYSTEM AND ALTER NORMAL FUNCTIONING OF THE BRAIN, RESULTING IN MENTAL ORBEHAVIORAL CHANGES
  132. 132. STIMULANTS, DEPRESSANTS, NARCOTICS, &HALLUCINOGENS ARE ALL PSYCHOACTIVE
  133. 133. CONTROLLEDSUBSTANCES
  134. 134. PSYCHOACTIVE DRUGS THAT ARE SCHEDULED BY THE DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION
  135. 135. WHAT IS MEANT BY DRUG SCHEDULING?
  136. 136. A WAY TO CLASSIFY CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES BASED ON THEIRPOTENTIAL FOR ABUSE AND POSSIBLE MEDICAL USE.
  137. 137. LOOK-ALIKE DRUGS
  138. 138. DRUGS THAT LOOK LIKEA RECOGNIZABLE DRUG BUT DO NOT CONTAINTHE ACTIVE INGEDIENT OF THAT DRUG.
  139. 139. ADOLESENCE WHO ARE NOT EXPERIENCED DRUG USERS ARE THE TARGET MARKET FOR LOOK-A-LIKE DRUGS.
  140. 140. CLUBDRUG
  141. 141. PSYCHOACTIVE DRUGSUSED IN PARTY-LIKE ENVIRONMENTS SUCH AS RAVES
  142. 142. EX.OF CLUB DRUGS KATAMINE ECSTASYRohypnol PCP, LSD, & ROHYPNOLKetamine Ketamine
  143. 143. ECSTASY
  144. 144. THE MOST WELL KNOWNDESIGNER DRUG. ECSTASY IS A COMBINATION STIMULANT &HALLUCINOGEN.
  145. 145. ECSTASY GIVES A FEELING OF EUPHORIA. IT ALSO PRODUCES AVERY TRANQUIL FEELING, HEIGHTENS SEXUAL FEELINGS AND A FALSE SENSE OF TRUST WITH PEOPLE YOU BARELY KNOW.
  146. 146. THE USE OF ECSTASY RESULTS IN LONGTERM DAMAGE TO BRAIN CELLS.
  147. 147. ECSTASY IS KNOWN AS“LOVE DRUG.”
  148. 148. OVERDOSE ISVERY COMMON. ECSTASY ISALSO REFERRED TO AS MDMA.
  149. 149. EFFECTS: EFFECTS: DEPRESSION DEPRESSION PARANOIA PARANOIA CONFUSION CONFUSIONBREAKDOWN OFBREAKDOWN OFMUSCLE TISSUEMUSCLE TISSUE
  150. 150. GHBGAMMA HYDROXY BURATE
  151. 151. A TOXIC LIQUIDTHAT CAN CAUSE COMA,BRAIN DAMAGE, & DEATH
  152. 152. GHB COMES IN LIQUID, POWDER AND TABLET FORMS.OVERDOSE IS VERY COMMON.
  153. 153. EFFECTS: IMPAIRED BREATHINGLOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS NAUSEA VOMITING EXTREME DROWSINESS
  154. 154. Methamphetamine Marijuana OVERDOSECocaine Heroin
  155. 155. A STRONG, SOMETIMES FATALREACTION TO TAKING A LARGE AMOUNT OF A DRUG.
  156. 156. ROHYPNOL
  157. 157. ROHYPNOL IS A DEPRESSANT THAT CAUSES MUSCLE RELAXATIONSHORT TERM AMNESIA, AND SLEEPINESS.
  158. 158. TEN TIMES STRONGERTEN TIMES STRONGER THAN A THAN A TRANQUILIZERS TRANQUILIZERS
  159. 159. MOST OF USED INSOCIAL SETTINGS SUCH AS BARS,WITH THE INTENT OF RAPE.
  160. 160. ROHYPNOL HAS NO TASTE AND NO ODOR AND COMES IN ATABLET FORM ABOUT THE SIZE OF AN ASPIRIN.
  161. 161. KNOWN AS THEDATE RAPE DRUG
  162. 162. KETAMINE
  163. 163. KETAMINEIS CLASSIFIED AS A HALLUCINOGEN
  164. 164. AN ANESTHETIC USED FOR TREATING ANIMALS. KETAMINEIS A WHITE POWDER TO BE SNORTED OR INJECTED.
  165. 165. THIS DRUG IS ALSOSMOKED WITH MARIJUANA AND TOBACCO
  166. 166. EFFECTS: KIDNEY FAILURE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE MEMORY LOSS NAUSEA NUMBNESSIMPAIRED MOTOR FUNCTION
  167. 167. DEATHS OFTEN OCCUR DUE TO CARDIAC AND RESPIRATORY FAILURE
  168. 168. DESIGNER DRUGS"SPLIF" PEANUT BUTTER (CONTAININGTETRAHYDROCANNABINOL) NEAR LAREDO,TEXAS
  169. 169. DRUGS MADE BY STREET CHEMIST THAT ARE CHEMICALLY SIMILAR TOBUT NOT EXACTLY LIKE THE DRUGS THEY ARE IMITATING.
  170. 170. THE REAL DANGER IN DESIGNER DRUGS IS NOT KNOWING THE TRUE AMOUNT, TYPE,OR QUALITY OF DRUGS THAT THE STREET CHEMIST ACTUALLY USED.
  171. 171. INHALANTS Markers are crushed to breathe vapors
  172. 172. POISONS THAT ARESNIFFED TO GIVE AHALLUCINOGENIC HIGH. Many household glues have harmful vapors that can be inhaled
  173. 173. MOST INHALANTS SLOW DOWN THE CENTRAL NERVOUSSYSTEM AND PRODUCE EFFECTS SIMILAR TO ALCOHOL INTOXICATION. Vapors from pocket lighters are inhaled through the nostrils.
  174. 174. ANABOLICSTEROIDS Steroids confiscated in the investigation were marketed to be used with animals via public web sites.
  175. 175. SYNTHETIC DERIVATIVES OF THE MALE HORMONETESTOSTERONE. THESEDRUGS ARE USED ILLEGALLY
  176. 176. STEROIDS
  177. 177. WHY WEREANABOLICSTEROIDSCREATED?
  178. 178. TO TREAT MALES WITH ABNORMALLY LOW AMOUNTS OF TESTOSTERONETREATMENT FOR SOME AIDS PATIENTSTREATMENT FOR SOME TYPES OF CANCER
  179. 179. DOSES USED FORTHESE TREATMENTS ARE 10-100 TIMESLOWER THAN DOSES USED FOR PERFORMANCEENHANCEMENT!!!
  180. 180. 3 MOST COMMONMETHODS OF USE FOR ANABOLIC STEROIDS ARE:
  181. 181. ORAL INJECTION ( RISK OF HIV INFECTION)3. TRANSDERMAL
  182. 182. SET
  183. 183. AN INDIVIDUAL’S MENTALEXPECTATIONS OF THE DRUG’S EFFECT.
  184. 184. SETTING
  185. 185. THE ENVIRONMENT IN WHICH THE DRUG IS TAKEN.
  186. 186. NAME THE 5 MAJOR WAYS FOR ADMINISTERING DRUGS.
  187. 187. 1. ORAL (MOUTH)2. INJECTION (SHOT) 3. GAS (INHALED)4. RECTAL (SUPPOSITORY) 5. TRANSDERMAL
  188. 188. NAME 4 EFFECTS THAT USING DRUGS DURING PREGNANCY CANHAVE ON THE BABY.
  189. 189. 1. BABIES CAN BEBORN ADDICTED TOTHE DRUG USED BY THE MOM.2. BIRTH DEFECTS
  190. 190. 3. BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS 4.INTELLECTUAL PROBLEMS
  191. 191. LIST SOME OF THE PHYSICALHEALTH RISKS OF DRUG USE
  192. 192. 1. ONCE A DRUG ENTERS THE BLOODSTREAM IT CAN DAMAGE A PERSON’S HEART, LUNGS AND OTHER VITAL ORGANS.
  193. 193. 2. OVERDOSE3. RISKS OFCONTACTING STD’SHEPATITIS B HIV
  194. 194. LIST SOME OFTHE MENTALHEALTH RISKSOF DRUG USE:
  195. 195. 1. CLOUDS YOUR ABILITY TO REASON AND THINK CLEARLY. 2. LOSE SIGHT OF TRUE VALUES, MORALS AND BELIEFS
  196. 196. LIST SOME OF THE SOCIAL HEALTHRISKS OF DRUG USE:
  197. 197. 1. NEGATIVELY EFFECTSRELATIONSHIPS WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS.2. GET IN TROUBLE MORE OFTEN ARREST-PERMANENT RECORD 3. CRIME 4. SUICIDE
  198. 198. THE END

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