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  1. 1. Causes and effects of drug addiction
  2. 2. VOCABULARY  Drug : droga  Conditions :condiciones Addiction : adicción  Range : colocar Devastate : devastado Wide : ancho fisychology :fisicologia  Disorder : desorden Physical : fiscal  Society : sociedad Blame : culpa  Schizophrenia: esquizofrenia Cycle : ciclo  Anxiety : ansiedad Abuse : abuso  Stimulants : estimulantes Brain : cerebro  Inhalants : inhalantes People : personas  Heroin : heroína
  3. 3. verbs   Change : Cambiar Affect : afectar  Smoke : fumar Bring up : Producir  Smell : oler Lead : llevar  Inject : inyectar Fall : caer  Show : mostrar Understard : entender  Use : usar Abuse : abusar  Adapte : adaptar Control : controlar  Listen : escuchar Begin : empezar  Refort : reforzar Seek : Buscar  Arrest : arrestar Break : romper
  4. 4. MINISTRY OF EDUCATIONHIGH SCHOOL: BENIGNO TOMAS ARGOTE DRUG ADDICTION PRESENTATION: PRESENTED BY: JENNIFER GUTIERREZ MEGAN GONZALEZ ELÍAS MORA ELISETH RODRIGUEZ JAVIER SAMUDIO EMILYS VELÁSQUEZ TEACHER: ELBA DE GONZALES LEVEL: 11°B
  5. 5. DRUG ADDICTION Drug addiction isone of the mostdevastating of allpsychological andphysical disordersthat can affect afamily.
  6. 6. Is important to understand what drugaddiction is and how it affects the human brain.
  7. 7. Many people addicted to drugs may suffer from multiple disorders, including:  Schizophrenia
  8. 8. Bipolar disorder or other major depressive disorder. Post-traumatic stress disorder or anxiety disorder. Low self-esteem or negative body image.
  9. 9. There are many classes and types of drugsthat can cause an addiction problem.The classes of drugs are broken down intothe following categories:
  10. 10. Stimulants (cocaine, crack, methamphetamine, amph etamine) 
  11. 11. Depressants (opiates includingheroin, hydrocodone and others) 
  12. 12. Hallucinogens(LSD, psilocybin, PCP and others) 
  13. 13. Inhalants  Each type of drug comes with its own set of socioeconomic and short- and long-term health effects.
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  16. 16. ¿What Leads to Addiction?
  17. 17. Drug addiction is a chronic brain disease with many possible factors – psychological, biological and social – that can increase the risk of addiction.
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  19. 19. These factors include: The lack of a healthy, nurturing home environment or the presence of a chaotic lifestyle.
  20. 20.  outside the homeInfluences and activities environment include inappropriate classroom behavior and association with peers involved in the use of drugs.
  21. 21. The medicines used to treat medicalconditions with pain management ormedications for mental diseases can lead toa dependence, abuse and ultimately toaddiction.
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  23. 23. The Effects of Drug Addiction
  24. 24. The physical effects of drug addiction, drug vary, but may include heart rhythm irregularities and heart attacks, shortness of breath and respiratory arrest, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain, weakness, seizures and memory loss .
  25. 25. Psychological effects can include depression, hallucination s, paranoia and aggression.
  26. 26. Social effects are often noticed by family and friends of someone addicted to drugs. If you recognize a change in aggressiveness, selfishness, lying or a lack of interest in usual activities, you may be observing or experiencing the results of drug addiction.
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  28. 28.  a true friend does not endanger your life.

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