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Hw lesson 42

  1. 1. What You’ll Learn1. Discuss ways drugs alter mood and behavior and increase the risk of violent behavior.2. List ways to protect yourself from violence associated with drug use.3. Explain how a safe and drug-free school zone decreases the risk of drug trafficking. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  2. 2. What You’ll Learn4. Explain reasons why teens who use drugs increase their risk of HIV infection and unplanned pregnancy and accidents. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  3. 3. Key Terms • drug trafficking • safe and drug-free school zone • human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) • acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) • prostitution • injection drug use Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  4. 4. Drug Use, Violence, and Accidents • Drugs alter the way people think and feel. • The way people think and feel affects the way they behave. • The following drugs may increase the risk that people will behave in violent ways or be involved in an accident. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  5. 5. Why Drug Use Increases the Risk ofViolence and Accidents• Alcohol – Alcohol depresses the nervous system and changes mood and behavior. Alcohol intensifies feelings, sometimes causing people to harm themselves or others.• Stimulants – Stimulants might cause people to become impulsive and experience feelings of paranoia. They might become irrational when they believe other people are going to harm them. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  6. 6. Why Drug Use Increases the Risk ofViolence and Accidents• Marijuana and hallucinogens – People who use marijuana or hallucinogens may experience hallucinations and feel threatened. They may resort to violent actions.• PCP – People who use PCP can become angry, aggressive, and irritable. They may have hallucinations and experience severe depression. They are difficult to control. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  7. 7. Why Drug Use Increases the Risk ofViolence and Accidents• Anabolic-androgenic steroids – People who use anabolic-androgenic steroids may have mood swings and outbursts of anger called “roid rages.”• Sedative-hypnotics – People who take high doses of sedative- hypnotics can become angry and aggressive. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  8. 8. Why Drug Use Increases the Risk ofViolence and AccidentsHow Drug Trafficking Increases the Riskof Violence • Drug trafficking is the illegal production, distribution, transportation, selling, or purchasing of drugs. • All people involved in drug trafficking are criminals. • Drug trafficking is dangerous and many drive- by shootings are related to drug trafficking. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  9. 9. Why Drug Use Increases the Risk ofViolence and Accidents Why do you think that drug use can increase the risk of violence? Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  10. 10. Why Drug Use Increases the Risk ofViolence and AccidentsProtect Yourself from Violence Associatedwith Drug TraffickingThese actions will help protect you from violenceassociated with drug trafficking: • Do not associate with anyone who produces, distributes, transports, sells, or purchases drugs. • Do not associate with gang members or people who associate with gangs. • Stay away from people who own weapons. • Stay away from areas in which there is drug trafficking. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  11. 11. Why Drug Use Increases the Risk ofViolence and AccidentsProtect Yourself from Violence Associatedwith Drug TraffickingThese actions will help protect you from violenceassociated with drug trafficking: • Stay away from gang turf. • Help your school enforce a safe and drug-free school zone. A safe and drug-free school zone is a defined area around a school for the purpose of sheltering young people from the sale of drugs and use of weapons. There are increased penalties for using and selling drugs and having weapons in this zone. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  12. 12. Why Drug Use Increases the Risk ofViolence and AccidentsDrug Use and Accidents• Both legal and illegal drugs increase the risk of having an accident.• Prescription drugs – Some prescription drugs can act as stimulants, while others can act as depressants. – Prescription drugs are responsible for many kinds of accidents by causing drowsiness or dizziness. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  13. 13. Why Drug Use Increases the Risk ofViolence and AccidentsDrug Use and Accidents• Illegal drugs – Many accidents are a result of illegal drug use. – For example, a person who uses hallucinogens may not be aware of surrounding circumstances. – A person who uses barbiturates may be too slow to react to different situations. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  14. 14. Why Drug Use Increases the Risk ofViolence and AccidentsDrug Use and Accidents• Alcohol – Alcohol also is involved in many kinds of accidents. – Besides being involved in automobile accidents, people who drink and use tools can harm themselves and others. People who drink alcohol and swim increase the risk of drowning. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  15. 15. Why Drug Use Increases the Risk ofViolence and AccidentsDrug Use and Accidents• Tobacco – Many fires are started by people who smoke cigarettes. – Smokers may dispose of a cigarette in a trash can or fall asleep while smoking. – Many automobile accidents are caused by drivers who drop lighted cigarettes or who become distracted while looking for a cigarette. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  16. 16. Drug Use and HIV • The human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, is a pathogen that destroys infection-fighting T cells in the body. • People who are infected with HIV develop AIDS. • Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, or AIDS, is a condition that results in a breakdown of the body’s ability to fight infection. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  17. 17. How a Drug-Free Lifestyle Reduces theRisk of HIV Infection• Abstinence from sex – Teens who use drugs may not stick to their decision to practice abstinence from sex. – Abstinence from sex is voluntarily choosing not to be sexually active. – HIV is transmitted from one person to another during intimate sexual contact. – One occurrence of sexual contact can cause HIV infection and change your life. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  18. 18. How a Drug-Free Lifestyle Reduces theRisk of HIV Infection• Avoidance of rape – Teens who use drugs increase their risk for being in situations in which rape occurs. – Rape is the threatened or actual use of physical force to get someone to have sex without giving consent. – Rape is illegal and increases the risk of HIV infection. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  19. 19. How a Drug-Free Lifestyle Reduces theRisk of HIV Infection• No need to support drug habit – Teens who are drug dependent may have sex as a way of getting drugs. They may engage in prostitution to get money to buy drugs. – Prostitution is sexual activity for pay. – Prostitution and the exchange of sex for drugs is illegal and increases the risk of HIV infection. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  20. 20. How a Drug-Free Lifestyle Reduces theRisk of HIV Infection• Avoidance of infected needles – Teens who are involved in injection of illegal drugs might share a needle that has infected blood on it. – Injection drug use is drug use that involves injecting drugs into the body. – Injection of illegal drugs increases the risk of HIV infection. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  21. 21. Drug Use and Unplanned Pregnancy • Two people are involved in every unplanned teen pregnancy—a male and a female. • Fact: Teens who use drugs are four times more likely to have an unplanned pregnancy than are teens who do not use drugs. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  22. 22. How a Drug-Free Lifestyle Reduces theRisk of Unplanned Pregnancy• Teens who use drugs are less likely to be in control of their sexual feelings. – Drugs can intensify sexual feelings very quickly. – Sexual feelings are feelings that result from a strong physical and emotional attraction to another person. – To control sexual feelings, teens must set limits for expressing affection. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  23. 23. How a Drug-Free Lifestyle Reduces theRisk of Unplanned Pregnancy• Teens who use drugs might not stick to their decision to practice abstinence from sex. – Teens who drink alcohol or use marijuana or other drugs do not think clearly and are not as aware of the consequences of their behavior. – Most teens who have been sexually active were under the influence of alcohol or another drug during their first sexual experience. – One occurrence of sexual contact can result in an unplanned pregnancy. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  24. 24. How a Drug-Free Lifestyle Reduces theRisk of Unplanned Pregnancy• Teens who use drugs are more at risk for being in situations in which rape occurs. – When teens use drugs, they are less likely to think about the consequences of their actions. – Females under the influence of drugs might take risks they usually would not take. Males under the influence of drugs can become more aggressive. – Remember: using drugs is never a defense for rape. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  25. 25. How a Drug-Free Lifestyle Reduces theRisk of Unplanned Pregnancy• Teens who use drugs are more likely to justify their wrong sexual behavior with the fact that they were under the influence of drugs at the time. – Some teens plan ahead to use drugs so they will have an excuse for inappropriate sexual behavior. – They do not think ahead as to other consequences for their actions, such as unplanned pregnancy. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  26. 26. 7A, 7BStudy Guide1. Identify the following statements as true or false. _______ Drugs alter the way people think and feel. true _______ Stimulants depress the nervous system and false change mood and behavior. _______ Teens who use drugs are four times more true likely to have an unplanned pregnancy than are teens who do not use drugs. _______ One occurrence of sexual contact can cause true HIV infection. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  27. 27. Study Guide2. What is rape? Rape is the threatened or actual use of physical force to get someone to have sex without giving consent. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
  28. 28. 7A, 7B, 7EStudy Guide3. Identify three drugs that increase the risk of violence and accidents. Drugs that increase the risk of violence and accidents include alcohol, stimulants, marijuana and hallucinogens, PCP, anabolic-androgenic steroids, and sedative-hypnotics. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information.
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