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Alcohol
   Blood Alcohol Concentration-the    amount of alcohol in a person’s blood   Legal amount?   Alcohol stays in the pers...
   Body size   Gender   Food   Rate of intake   Amount   medicineFactors that influence Alcohols’Effects
   Ethanol: type of alcohol in an alcoholic    beverage.   Fermentation: the chemical action of yeast    on sugars   De...
   Liver:    ◦ Fatty liver: fat build up in the liver and cannot      be broken down.    ◦ Cirrhosis: scarring of the liv...
50 deaths a day in US b/c of DUI 1/3-2/3 of sexual assault involves alcohol 25% of sexually active teens use alcohol  be...
 Binge drinking: drinking five ore more  alcoholic drinks at one sitting. Alcohol poisoning: a severe and  potentially f...
   Mental confusion   Coma   Vomiting/seizures   Slow respiration   Irregular heartbeat   Hypothermia or low body te...
   What are some of the effects on the    body?Effects of alcohol?
 Psychological dependence-a person  believes the drug is needed in order to  function normally Physiological dependence-...
   You?   Friends?   Family?   Community?   Society?Who does alcohol affect?
 Write ½ page paper on who would be  affected if you started drinking alcohol How would your future be affected?Assignment
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  1. 1. Alcohol
  2. 2.  Blood Alcohol Concentration-the amount of alcohol in a person’s blood Legal amount? Alcohol stays in the person’s system until the liver can metabolize it. Metabolize means to break down Liver activity 5 boys, 5 girls What are some things that affect alcohol’s influence on the body?
  3. 3.  Body size Gender Food Rate of intake Amount medicineFactors that influence Alcohols’Effects
  4. 4.  Ethanol: type of alcohol in an alcoholic beverage. Fermentation: the chemical action of yeast on sugars Depressant: a drug that slows the central nervous system Intoxication: the state in which the body is poisoned by alcohol or another substance and the persons physical and mental control is significantly reduced.Alcohol is an addictive drug
  5. 5.  Liver: ◦ Fatty liver: fat build up in the liver and cannot be broken down. ◦ Cirrhosis: scarring of the liver and poor liver function as a result of chronic liver disease ◦ Hepatitis: inflammation of the liver ◦ Liver activity-5 boys, 5 girlsLong Term Effects
  6. 6. 50 deaths a day in US b/c of DUI 1/3-2/3 of sexual assault involves alcohol 25% of sexually active teens use alcohol before engaging in sexual activities 25% of teenagers live with family members who abuse alcohol Teens are 5 times more likely to be an alcoholic if they start drinking by age 21Facts
  7. 7.  Binge drinking: drinking five ore more alcoholic drinks at one sitting. Alcohol poisoning: a severe and potentially fatal physical reaction to an alcohol overdose.Binge Drinking/ Alcohol Poisoning
  8. 8.  Mental confusion Coma Vomiting/seizures Slow respiration Irregular heartbeat Hypothermia or low body temperatureEffects of Alcohol Poisoning
  9. 9.  What are some of the effects on the body?Effects of alcohol?
  10. 10.  Psychological dependence-a person believes the drug is needed in order to function normally Physiological dependence-a person has a chemical need for the drug Blood Alcohol Concentration-the amount of alcohol in a person’s blood Legal amount?
  11. 11.  You? Friends? Family? Community? Society?Who does alcohol affect?
  12. 12.  Write ½ page paper on who would be affected if you started drinking alcohol How would your future be affected?Assignment
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