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Illegaldrugs

  1. 1. Bad Effects of Illegal Drugs T
  2. 2. Amphetamine Derivatives Classification: Hallucinogen Trade or Other Names: 2,5-DMA; STP; MDA; MDMA; Ecstasy; DOM; DOB T Usual Method: Oral; Injected
  3. 3. Possible Effects: Illusions and hallucinations; Altered perception of time and distance Effects of Overdose: Longer, more intense "trip" T episodes; Psychosis; Possible death Withdrawal Syndrome: Unknown
  4. 4. Amphetamine/Methamphetamine Classification: Stimulant Trade or Other Names: Biphetamine; Desoxyn; Dexedrine; Obetrol; Ice T Usual Method: Oral; Injected; Smoked
  5. 5. Possible Effects: Increased alertness; Excitation; Euphoria; Increased pulse rate & blood pressure; Insomnia; Loss of appetite T Effects of Overdose: Agitation; Increased body temperature; Hallucinations; Convulsions; Possible death Withdrawal Syndrome: Apathy; Long periods of sleep; Irritability; Depression; Disorientation
  6. 6. Cocaine Classification: Stimulant Trade or Other Names: Coke; Flake; Snow; Crack (Cocaine is designated a narcotic under the CSA) T Usual Method: Sniffed; Smoked; Injected
  7. 7. Possible Effects: Increased alertness; Excitation; Euphoria; Increased pulse rate & blood pressure; Insomnia; Loss of appetite Effects of Overdose: Agitation;TIncreased body temperature; Hallucinations; Convulsions; Possible death Withdrawal Syndrome: Apathy; Long periods of sleep; Irritability; Depression; Disorientation
  8. 8. Codeine Classification: Narcotic Trade or Other Names: Tylenol w/Codeine; Empirin w/Codeine; Robitussin A-C; Fiorinal w/Codeine; APAP T w/Codeine Usual Method: Oral; Injected
  9. 9. Possible Effects: Euphoria; Drowsiness; Respiratory depression; Constricted pupils; Nausea Effects of Overdose: Slow and shallow breathing; T Clammy skin; Convulsions; Coma; Possible death Withdrawal Syndrome: Watery eyes; Runny nose; Yawning; Loss of appetite; Irritability; Tremors; Panic; Cramps; Nausea; Chills & sweating
  10. 10. Heroin Classification: Narcotic Trade or Other Names: Diacetylmorphine; Horse; Smack T Medical Uses: None in United States; Analgesic; Antitussive Usual Method: Injected; Sniffed; Smoked
  11. 11. Possible Effects: Euphoria; Drowsiness; Respiratory depression; Constricted pupils; Nausea T Effects of Overdose: Slow and shallow breathing; Clammy skin; Convulsions; Coma; Possible death Withdrawal Syndrome: Watery eyes; Runny nose; Yawning; Loss of appetite; Irritability; Tremors; Panic; Cramps; Nausea; Chills & sweating
  12. 12. Marijuana (Hashish/Hashish Oil) Classification: Cannabis Trade or Other Names: Pot; Acapulco Gold; Grass; Reefer; Sinsemilla; Thai sticks T Usual Method: Smoked; Oral
  13. 13. Possible Effects: Euphoria; Relaxed inhibitions; Increased appetite; Disorientation T Effects of Overdose: Fatigue; Paranoia; Possible psychosis Withdrawal Syndrome: Occasional reports of insomnia; Hyperactivity; Decreased appetite
  14. 14. Morphine Classification: Narcotic Trade or Other Names: Duramorph; MS-Contin; Roxanol; Oramorph SR T Usual Method: Oral; Smoked; Injected
  15. 15. Possible Effects: Euphoria; Drowsiness; Respiratory depression; Constricted pupils; Nausea T Effects of Overdose: Slow and shallow breathing; Clammy skin; Convulsions; Coma; Possible death Withdrawal Syndrome: Watery eyes; Runny nose; Yawning; Loss of appetite; Irritability; Tremors; Panic; Cramps; Nausea; Chills & sweating
  16. 16. Phencyclidine & Analogs Classification: Hallucinogen Trade or Other Names: PCE; PCPy; TCP; PCP; Hog; Loveboat; Angel Dust T Usual Method: Oral; Smoked
  17. 17. Possible Effects: Illusions and hallucinations; Altered perception of time and distance T Effects of Overdose: Longer, more intense "trip" episodes; Psychosis; Possible death Withdrawal Syndrome: Unknown
  18. 18. How to Prevent These days, drug addiction has become a very common occurrence, and more often than not, young people become a target of this bad practice. Most T parents have one question, and that is how to prevent drug addiction.
  19. 19. Getting loved ones admitted into the rehabilitation centers is one of the worst situations a family can go through, so it is better to focus on prevention, and T get acquainted with how to prevent drug addiction and keep loved ones away from this awful habit.
  20. 20. The easiest way to keep children and other family members away from drugs is to pay attention to them. All a person needs is some attention and love, T but when they are unable to get this, they are compelled to listen to bad influences, and then perhaps use drugs or alcohol.
  21. 21. FIRST idea on how to prevent drug addiction - is to pay attention; treat loved ones in a very friendly, concerned manner, whatever the situation is. If T people shower love and treat their loved ones as friends, one should never opt to go on the wrong path, thus keeping his or her from drugs.
  22. 22. SECOND idea on how to prevent drug addiction - is to spend some time with the children and know their company well. When people take time out from their T busy schedules and spend some time with their children, it helps bring them closer together. This can also help parents know more about their children’s circle of friends, and whether there is anyone who can mislead their child.
  23. 23. Staying updated with what children are doing and where they are going can facilitate a lot in keeping them away from bad company and drugs. T
  24. 24. THIRD idea on how to prevent drug addiction - is to educate children on drugs and their side effects. There are some parents who may feel hesitant T discussing about drugs with their children, and this is not good. People should freely talk to their children about drugs, and make them familiar with the adverse effects that can ruin their entire lives.
  25. 25. If parents find it difficult to act on these three ideas on how to prevent drug addiction, then they can simply encourage their child to join constructive T extracurricular activities, like hobby classes, sports, music. Anything which children consider a fun (yet fairly educational) way to spend time is good.
  26. 26. So, these are the needful answers on how to prevent drug addiction. While dealing with your loved ones, make sure you keep these three ideas. T
  27. 27. Sources http://www.drug-alcohol-addiction-recovery.com/illegal-drugs.html http://jobsearchtech.about.com/od/laborlaws/l/aa090301_7.htm#list http://narconon.ca/blog/drug-addiction/prevent-drug-addiction T

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