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Health ch 12 drugs of abuse

  1. 1. Another Estrella Production This man’s-on Drugs! Drugs of Abuse
  2. 2. Drugs of Abuse Contents • Section 1 Drugs of Abuse • Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs • Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse • Section 4 A Drug-Free Life Chapter 12 • List six ways illegal drug use can be dangerous. • State five reasons a person might try illegal drugs. • Identify the reason drug abuse is especially dangerous to teens. • Describe two ways illegal drug use conflicts with your values and goals. Objectives
  3. 3. • Addiction: physically or psychologically dependent • When it interferes with your responsibilities!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! • Over-the-counter: don’t need a doctor’s note • Prescription: must have a doctor’s note to buy. • Natural: found in nature, like plants. • Synthetic: man-made • 3 brain chemicals that make you feel good/happy are: Serotonin, Dopamine & Endorphins. • Euphoria: feeling extremely good. • Analgesic: pain killer Section 1 Drugs of Abuse
  4. 4. Is Natural Better? Tobacco Plants Poison Ivy
  5. 5. Why Do People Begin Using Drugs? • a desire to experiment • a desire to escape boredom or depression • enjoyment of risk-taking behavior • a belief that drugs solve personal, social, or medical problems • peer pressure • glamorization of drugs by the media – making something look cool. Chapter 12 Section 1 Drugs of Abuse
  6. 6. Teens and Illegal Drug use Teens have a higher risk of addiction to drugs than adults do because their brain is developing. Chapter 12 Section 1 Drugs of Abuse
  7. 7. Ch-12 Drugs of Abuse Review Chapter 12 Section 1 Drugs of Abuse HW: 12.2 Pgs. # 287-290 5 Facts/Page 1. State four reasons a person might try illegal drugs. 2. Identify the reason drug use is especially dangerous to teens. 3. What is euphoria? 4. What is over-the-counter and prescription? 5. What are the three brain chemicals that help keep you feeling normal and not depressed? 6. Are synthetic drugs better or worse than natural? Explain.
  8. 8. 7 Groups of Abused Drugs for this class. 1. Hallucinogens / Psychedelics A. -Cannabinoids B. -Dissociative Drugs 2. Inhalants 3. Club Drugs / Designer 4. Anabolic Steroids 5. Stimulants 6. Depressants 7. Opiates / Opioids Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  9. 9. Marijuana Hallucinogens - Cannabinoids Euphoria; relaxation; distorted sensory perception. Impaired learning & memory; panic attacks; lung infections; Hash …. …. …. Full Name Period Health Name of Drug Group Effects Dangers 7 Groups of Abused Drugs Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  10. 10. • The dried leaves and dried flower buds from the Cannabis plant are used. • The active ingredient is… • Tetra-hydro-canna- binol or THC • THC stays in the body and can be detected in urine for several weeks. Cannabinoids - Marijuana Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  11. 11. Effects: • Lowers testosterone levels and sperm numbers • In pregnant women it affects the fetus. • Increases appetite, can make you gain weight. Chapter 12 Cannabinoids - Marijuana Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  12. 12. Chapter 12 Cannabinoids - Marijuana • Smokers sustain lung damage from the smoke. Including lung diseases. • Asthma: inflammation & mucus in the bronchi • Chronic Bronchitis: swollen bronchi • Emphysema: alveoli break • Lung Cancer: tumor makes the lung stop working. Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  13. 13. • Regular use creates tolerance -you need more and more to get high. • After it wears off people feel tired and unmotivated. • Driving high is just as dangerous as driving drunk Chapter 12 Cannabinoids - Marijuana Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  14. 14. •It affects short-term memory and comprehension. So memory will be affected. Chapter 12 Cannabinoids - Marijuana Marijuana and Brain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eO3BVkbmXvg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxPBDWjp1qM Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  15. 15. Chapter 12 Cannabinoids - Marijuana Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs Marijuana Extracts Smoking THC-rich resins extracted from the marijuana plant is called dabbing. People are using various forms of these extracts, such as: hash oil or honey oil—a gooey liquid wax or budder—a soft solid with a texture like lip balm shatter—a hard, amber-colored solid Extracts can deliver extremely large amounts of THC to users, and their use has sent some people to the emergency room.
  16. 16. Marijuana Review 1. Emphysema 2. How does lung cancer kill a person? 3. What are three dangers of marijuana? 4. What is tolerance. 5. What is the name of the plant? 6. What is the name of the drug in Marijuana? Section 2 Commonly Abused DrugsChapter 12
  17. 17. • This man and a friend were smoking marijuana and decided to play Russian roulette. • The revolver fired the first time the trigger was pulled. Cannabinoids - Marijuana Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  18. 18. • This young man committed suicide by taping an electrical cord to his chest and, with his foot in a pan of water, plugged the cord into an electrical outlet. A marijuana pipe was found nearby. • In a notebook he wrote “I’m lost, I’m stuck here in between, a life that I’ve never seen, and I just can’t seem to carry on. I’ve traveled many miles, but I haven’t gone far and I just don’t care anymore.” Cannabinoids - Marijuana Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  19. 19. • The woman was coming home from a party. She failed to make the turn in the highway. Her car hit the concrete support of an overpass. She was positive for marijuana and amphetamine. A portion of her brain is visible on the dashboard Chapter 12 Cannabinoids - Marijuana Think Twice -Marijuana & Cancer - DVD Marijuana -VHS Marijuana Research Papers - DVD Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  20. 20. 1. What major & sub group does marijuana belong to? 2. List two dangers of marijuana. 3. What plant does marijuana come from? 4. Which increases lung cancer more, marijuana or cigarettes? why? 5. What is the name of the drug in marijuana? 6. List three lung diseases you could get from marijuana. 7. What kind of brain damage does marijuana cause? 8. What are the seven groups of illegal drugs we’re learning? learning? 9. List three chemicals in your brain that make you feel Chapter 12 Marijuana Review HW: P. 291-293 5 Facts/Page Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  21. 21. •Hashish (Boom, gangster, hash, hash oil, hemp) is composed of the compressed trichomes collected from the leaves and flowers of a mature, flowering female Cannabis plant. Trichomes are small glandular hairs containing plant resins which appear on the leaves and stems of the Cannabis plant. Chapter 12 Cannabinoids - Hash Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  22. 22. Chapter 12 Cannabinoids - Hash Effects: Euphoria; relaxation Dangers: increased heart rate and appetite; impaired learning, memory; anxiety; psychosis/cough, frequent respiratory infections; Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  23. 23. Cannabinoids - Hash •In terms of its psychoactive effect, one or two drops of this liquid on a cigarette is equal to a single "joint" of marijuana. Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  24. 24. Chapter 12 Hallucinogens – LSD (Acid) A hallucinogen manufactured from lysergic acid, which is found in a fungus that grows on rye and other grains. LSD is an abbreviation of the scientific name lysergic acid diethylamide Effects: Altered states of perception and feeling; hallucinations; Dangers: impulsive behavior; Flashbacks, Hallucinations, Chronic mental disorders. Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  25. 25. • LSD is usually taken as tablets or absorbed through the tongue on small paper squares. Chapter 12 Hallucinogens – LSD (Acid) Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  26. 26. Chapter 12 Hallucinogens – LSD (Acid) The effects of LSD can also be frightening. Can produce chronic mental problems Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  27. 27. This young man used LSD and was having a psychotic reaction. On the day of his death, he was apprehended by police in the garage of a neighbor. He said a voice was telling him to kill himself, and he was looking for a way to do it. Later that afternoon he was found hanging from a tree in a public park Chapter 12 Hallucinogens – LSD (Acid) Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  28. 28. • “I'll tell you one thing, Dave (his roommate) and anyone else who's listening, you can really get messed up on that stuff (LSD).” • "You might hear about it sooner or later, Mom - I'm sorry, Mom, Dad, and Bill - I'm sorry that your little boy has turned into an LSD addict.” • "It's bad news… really it is. I didn't think it was when I was first taking it, but I've been getting pretty stoned lately, and you just don't know what is real and what isn't real. • "All I can say is, I had to find out for myself. Kind of a poor excuse, you know - but I shouldn't have taken any dope at all - any acid (LSD)- and I shouldn't really have started off with any grass Chapter 12 Hallucinogens – LSD (Acid) This young man shot himself after making a tape recording about his struggle with LSD. Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  29. 29. He began his drug abuse by smoking marijuana. On his 18th birthday he tried LSD, which produced incredible hallucinations. He said that there was a Hell, that he had been there, and had spoken with the Devil. Despite his first bad trip, he took LSD a second time. This trip triggered a permanent religious mania, and he came to believe that Jesus Christ was an impostor. Sometime later, armed with a rifle and a sledgehammer, he entered a Catholic church and smashed the altar. He then shot and killed the church custodian. After leaving the church, he shot and wounded four passers-by. He was then shot and killed by the police. Chapter 12 Hallucinogens – LSD (Acid) Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  30. 30. My Date
  31. 31. Hallucinogens - Psilocybin Chapter 12 Magic mushrooms, purple passion, shrooms, little smoke Effects: Altered states of perception and feeling; hallucinations; nausea Dangers: Risk of flashbacks and memory problems. Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  32. 32. Hallucinogens - Psilocybin • Psilocybin is a naturally poisonous species of mushroom that produce effects similar to LSD. • LSD and mushroom users can experience flashbacks long after they have taken the drugs. Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  33. 33. Mexico & Peyote SNL Peyote Buttons, cactus, peyote, mesc. Effects: Altered states of perception and feeling; hallucinations; Negatives: nausea; impulsive behavior; rapid changes in emotion, mental problems. Hallucinogens - Mescaline Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  34. 34. I had a very bad experience with a drug called mescaline. I tried mescaline only once. Since then I I have not been in control of my mind. I have tried to straighten myself out, but things are only getting worse. I can be nothing but a burden because I can no longer run my own life. To those of my friends who might also think about learning about themselves with mind-expanding drugs - don't. Learn about yourself as you live your life. Don't try to know everything at once by swallowing a pill. It could be too much for your mind to handle at one time. P.S. A last thought - Don't try to hide my suicide from the world because of this. You did your best but your son made a fatal mistake." Chapter 12 Hallucinogens - Mescaline Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  35. 35. Chapter 12 Hallucinogens - Mescaline Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  36. 36. 1. What is Hash made from? 2. What are the seven categories of illegal drugs? 3. What group and sub-group does Hash belong to? 4. What is a trip? 5. List three drugs that are hallucinogens, but not cannabinoids (not made from marijuana plant) 6. Why do people try hallucinogens? 7. What are two big dangers of LSD? 8. Which drug is the mushrooms? 9. Which drug is a cactus? 10. What are trichomes? Hallucinogens Review Chapter 12 HW: P. 294-296 5 Facts/Page Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  37. 37. Psychoactive drugs reduce or block signals to the conscious mind from other parts of the brain. Although many kinds of drugs are capable of such action, dissociatives do so in such a way that they produce hallucinations, which may include sensory deprivation, dissociation, hallucinations, and dream-like states or trances. Many dissociatives have general depressant effects and can produce sedation, as well as memory impairment and amnesia. Hallucinogens - Dissociative Drugs
  38. 38. ■ Ketamine: Ketalar SV: cat Valium, K, Special K, vitamin K Effects: Feelings of being separate from one’s body and environment. Dangers: anxiety, analgesia; impaired memory; neuroses or other mental disorders, tremendous psychological dependence; delirium; respiratory arrest; death Hallucinogens / Dissociative Drugs - Ketamine Section 2 Commonly Abused DrugsChapter 12
  39. 39. Phencyclidine: angel dust, boat, hog, love boat, peace pill •Effects: Feelings of being separate from one’s body and environment; anxiety; tremors; numbness; hallucinations •Dangers: analgesia; psychosis; aggression; violence; slurred speech; loss of coordination;, memory loss; nausea Hallucinogens / Dissociative Drugs - PCP Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  40. 40. PCP is a white crystalline powder which is readily soluble in water or alcohol. It has a distinctive bitter chemical taste. PCP comes in a variety of tablets, capsules, and colored powders. It is normally snorted or smoked. When it is smoked, PCP is often applied to a leafy material such as tobacco, mint, parsley, oregano or marijuana. Hallucinogens / Dissociative Drugs - PCP Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  41. 41. Hallucinogens / Dissociative Drugs – Dextromethorphan- DXM Chapter 12 Robotripping, Robo, Triple C Found in some cough and cold medications. They take more than the recommended dosage. •Effects: Feelings of being separate from one’s body and environment; feel very “spacey” and "out of it,” excitement, as well as a loss of comprehension of time. Some feel euphoric. •Negative: memory loss; nausea; slurred speech; confusion; dizziness; Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  42. 42. Dissociative Drugs – Review Chapter 12 1. What is euphoria? 2. What is the main thing that dissociative drugs make you feel? 3. What seems to be a common danger in the dissociative drugs? 4. What group does dissociative drugs belong in? 5. List 3 drugs that are dissociative 6. Which one of the dissociative drugs makes some people violent? HW: P. 297-299 5 Facts/Page Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  43. 43. drugs that are inhaled as vapors. Chapter 12 Airplane Glue Rubber Cement Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Cement Spray Paint Hair Spray Deodorant, Air Freshener Nail Polish Remover Paint Remover Paint Thinner Typing Correction Fluid and Thinner Fuel Gas Cigarette Lighter Fluid Gasoline Nitrous Oxide Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs Inhalants – Many Chemicals
  44. 44. Chapter 12 Inhalants – Many Chemicals •Effects: stimulation; loss of inhibition; •Dangers: Liver damage, Brain damage, Sudden Sniffing Death Syndrome, headache; nausea or vomiting; slurred speech; wheezing/cramps; muscle weakness; depression; memory impairment; damage to cardiovascular and nervous systems. Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  45. 45. Signs of Abusing Inhalants: •paint or stains on body or clothing •spots or sores around the mouth •red or runny eyes or nose •chemical breath odor •drunk, dazed or dizzy appearance •nausea, loss of appetite •anxiety, excitability, irritability Chapter 12 Allison PART 1 Allison Pt.5 Inhalants – Many Chemicals Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  46. 46. Serious brain damage! Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs Inhalants – Many Chemicals
  47. 47. Sudden Sniffing Death Syndrome. This means someone can die the 1st or 100th time he / she uses an inhalant – in other words, there is no tolerance. 19-year-old teen suffocated in his bathroom while sniffing glue. He had a history of glue-sniffing and had been treated for a liver problem brought on by the sniffing when he was just 12-years-old. Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs Inhalants – Many Chemicals
  48. 48. About 3 of every 10 sniffing deaths occur in first-time users. This young man was found dead on his bedroom floor. An aerosol can of cooking spray was on his bed. A cardboard tube from a toilet paper roll, stuffed with paper, was beside the body. He was seated on the bed while inhaling the propellant from the spray can after it had been "filtered" through the paper in the cardboard tube. He had no known history of previous inhalant abuse. Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs Inhalants – Many Chemicals
  49. 49. Anesthetic gas & Nitrous oxide (laughing gas) are common. a hospital employee was found dead in an operating room. He was inhaling an anesthetic gas from a machine used to put patients to sleep during surgery. He lost consciousness with the mask on his face and died alone in the operating room. Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs Inhalants – Many Chemicals
  50. 50. Liver damage from using inhalants. Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs Inhalants – Many Chemicals
  51. 51. Inhalants Review 1. What are three products used as inhalants? 2. How are inhalants taken? 3. What are some signs someone is using inhalants? 4. What happens to the liver from using inhalants? 5. What is the liver’s biggest job? 6. What are the two biggest dangers of using inhalants? 7. What is sudden sniffing death syndrome? Chapter 12 HW: Ch-12 P. 300-302 5 Facts/Page Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  52. 52. Chapter 12 Designer / Club Drugs Flunitrazepam: Rohypnol: forget-me pill, Mexican Valium, R2, roach, Roche, roofies, roofinol, rope Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  53. 53. •Club drugs, also called designer drugs, are drugs designed to resemble other illegal drugs in chemical structure and effect. Chapter 12 Designer / Club Drugs Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  54. 54. Effects: people enjoy the mild hallucinogenic effects; increased tactile sensitivity; empathic feelings; lowered inhibition, energy. Chapter 12 Designer / Club Drugs - Ecstasy Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs
  55. 55. Dangers: anxiety; chills; sweating; teeth clenching; muscle cramping/sleep disturbances; depression (less seratonin); impaired memory; hyperthermia; addiction Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs Designer / Club Drugs - Ecstasy
  56. 56. • Men like women to take it so they can increase their chance of her wanting to have sex with them. Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs Designer / Club Drugs - Ecstasy
  57. 57. • An autopsy of a 26-year-old long-term heavy user of Ecstasy - who died of an overdose of another drug. • When his brain was tested, it was found to have 50% to 80% less serotonin than normal. • The man started using Ecstasy once a month at the age of 17. This is why it causes boredom and possible suicidal tendencies. Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs Designer / Club Drugs - Ecstasy
  58. 58. Leah Betts died after taking an ecstasy tablet on her 18th birthday Ecstasy may raise your body temp. to deadly levels. - hyperthermia Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs Designer / Club Drugs - Ecstasy
  59. 59. Lorna Spinks (19 yrs. old) died minutes after this picture was taken. Chapter 12 Section 2 Commonly Abused Drugs Designer / Club Drugs - Ecstasy
  60. 60. Gamma-hydroxybutyrate: G, Georgia home boy, grievous bodily harm, liquid ecstasy, soap, scoop, goop, liquid X Effects: Drunk feeling, drowsiness; Negative: nausea; headache; disorientation; loss of coordination; memory loss, unconsciousness; seizures; coma – used to rape Chapter 12 Designer / Club Drugs - GHB Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  61. 61. GHB takes effect in 10-20 minutes and lasts 1-3 hours. central nervous system depressant abused for its ability to produce euphoric and hallucinatory states a teaspoonful of GHB can have the same effect as more than a dozen beers Chapter 12 Designer / Club Drugs - GHB Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  62. 62. Rohypnol: forget-me pill, Mexican Valium, R2, roach, Roche, roofies, roofinol, rope, rophies •Effects: sedation; muscle relaxation; •Dangers: confusion; memory loss; dizziness; impaired coordination & addiction – used to rape girls. Chapter 12 Designer /Club Drugs – Rohypnol or Flunitrazepam Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  63. 63. Rohypnol effects begin within 30 minutes, peak within 2 hours, and may persist for up to 8 hours or more. When mixed with alcohol, can incapacitate a victim and prevent them from resisting sexual assault. Also, Rohypnol may be lethal when mixed with alcohol and/or other depressants. Chapter 12 Designer /Club Drugs – Rohypnol or Flunitrazepam Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  64. 64. Rohypnol can be detected in urine up to 72 hours after ingestion, while GHB is only detectable in urine from 4-12 hours after ingestion. Chapter 12 Designer /Club Drugs – Rohypnol or Flunitrazepam Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  65. 65. What do I do if I think I’ve been given a "Date Rape" drug? • Go to the nearest emergency room or rape crisis center. • Test for date rape drugs • They can help with emotional and medical care if you have been sexually assaulted. Chapter 12 Designer /Club Drugs – Rohypnol or Flunitrazepam Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  66. 66. Chapter 12 Date Rape Drugs • Don’t take a shower • Put underwear and other clothing in a paper bag, not plastic if you can. • Take the drink with you. What do I do if I think I’ve been given a "Date Rape" drug? Designer /Club Drugs – Rohypnol or Flunitrazepam Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  67. 67. Smart Phone SafetyApps
  68. 68. Daterape Drugs Story Stay Safe! Application
  69. 69. Club Drugs Review 1. What is another name for designer drugs? 2. What does “designer drug” mean? 3. What is the most famous designer drug? 4. What are the 2 biggest dangers of using ecstasy? 5. What brain chemical does ecstasy damage? 6. Why do ecstasy users become bored or depressed? 7. What are the three chemicals in your brain that have to do with you being happy? 8. Create a scenario how boys use a drug to rape someone. Name the drug in your scenario. (about 1-2 paragraphs) Chapter 12 HW: Ch-12 Pgs. # 303-305 5 Facts/Page Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  70. 70. Title: 15 multiple choice questions on drugs Part-1 • No True/False, • No “yes-no” answers. • No Silly questions or answers. Quiz Review – Up to & including Club Drugs
  71. 71. Chapter 12 Effects: No intoxication. Easier to grow muscle. Dangers: Aggression, heart disease, and cancer are the most serious side effects. synthetic versions of the male hormone testosterone that are used for muscle development. Anabolic steroids have a few legitimate medical uses. Steroids – Anabolic Steroids Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  72. 72. Steroid Review 1. What are anabolic steroids used for? 2. What hormone do anabolic steroids try to mimic? 3. What are 2 dangers of using steroids? Chapter 12 HW: Ch-12 Pgs. # 306-308 5 Facts/Page Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  73. 73. Stimulants – Caffeine & Nicotine Caffeine and nicotine are mild, legal stimulants, although they are addictive. Chapter 12 Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  74. 74. Chapter 12 Stimulants – Amphetamines Biphetamine, Dexedrine: bennies, black beauties, crosses, hearts, LA turnaround, speed, truck drivers, uppers The most common form is a white-yellow powder, which is injected or inhaled through the nose (snorted). Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  75. 75. Effects •hyperactivity / talkativeness •increased energy & alertness •Reduced appetite Negatives •anxiety • irritability •suspiciousness •insomnia •Increased heart beat (heart attack) Chapter 12 Stimulants – Amphetamines Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  76. 76. One Tired Morning at School
  77. 77. Chapter 12 Stimulants – Methamphetamines Desoxyn: meth, ice, crank, chalk, crystal, fire, glass Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  78. 78. Effects •Exhilaration; more energy. Dangers •Depression – Dopamine area is damaged. •Irritability, anxiety & panic •paranoia & violent behavior •Psychosis (mental problems), •weight loss •insomnia •heart problems •stroke •addiction •severe dental problems Chapter 12 Stimulants – Methamphetamines Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  79. 79. Acetone, Denatured Alcohol, Lye, Rat poison, Starting Fluid, Paint Thinner, Toluene (paint remover), Xylene, Red Phosphorous, Lithium Metal (from batteries), Drain cleaner, Iodine, Pseudoephedrine, Anhydrous Ammonia (fertilizer), Camp Stove Fuel, Coffee Filters, etc. Chapter 12 Stimulants – methamphetamines Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  80. 80. • Causes serious wrinkles / aging Chapter 12 Stimulants – methamphetamines Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  81. 81. Chapter 12 Stimulants – methamphetamines 40 Yr Old Woman Girl on Meth Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  82. 82. Meth mouth: saliva is damaged and bacteria grow. Chapter 12 Stimulants – methamphetamines Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  83. 83. Depression and boredom is due to damaged dopamine nerve areas. Chapter 12 Stimulants – methamphetamines Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  84. 84. A 33-year-old man was suicidal and high on methamphetamine when he fired the nails — up to 2 inches in length — into his head one by one. Chapter 12 Stimulants – methamphetamines Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse World"s Most Dangerous Drug
  85. 85. Amphetamine & Meth Review 1. What are three principle brain chemicals that help you be happy? 2. Which is the brain chemical that is messed up by meth? 3. What are street names for methamphetamines? 4. What group do amphetamines and methamphetamines belong in? 5. What are three big dangers for amphetamines? 6. What is your conclusion regarding meth? Support it using facts. 7. How is meth related to meth mouth? 8. How would you handle the situation if you were at someone’s house, with a group of friends and a couple of them brought out some meth. 9. A drug user states that his drug problem is no one’s business but his own. Analyze his reasoning and make a counter argument. Chapter 12
  86. 86. • In its pure form, cocaine is a white crystalline powder extracted from the leaves of the South American coca plant. On the street, pure cocaine is diluted or "cut" with other substances to increase the quantity, and thereby increase the profits of its sellers. Chapter 12 Stimulants – Cocaine Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  87. 87. • Cocaine hydrochloride: blow, bump, C, candy, Charlie, coke, crack, flake, rock, snow, toot ■ Effects: feelings of exhilaration; increased energy, mental alertness; ■ Negatives: overdose; anxiety; panic; paranoia; violent behavior; psychosis; insomnia; heart attacks; stroke; & addiction. Chapter 12 Stimulants – Cocaine Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse Coca Leaves
  88. 88. • Overdose and heart attacks are easy from cocaine Brain hemorrhage Chapter 12 Stimulants – Cocaine Len Bias Story Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  89. 89. A man ran from a house into the street shouting unintelligibly. He had gouged out one of his eyes with his fingers, and was stabbing himself in the chest with a kitchen knife. He was transported to the hospital by ambulance. While being treated in the emergency room, he grabbed a syringe and threaten the nurses and doctors. A police officer repeatedly ordered him to drop the syringe. He was shot twice by the officer. He was not killed, but his eye could not be saved. COCAINE FRENZY Chapter 12 Stimulants – Cocaine Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  90. 90. Chris Farley Chapter 12 Stimulants – Cocaine Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse CHRIS FARLEY
  91. 91. Section 3 Other Drugs of AbuseChapter 12 Stimulants – Cocaine
  92. 92. •Crack cocaine: is cocaine that has not been neutralized by an acid to make the hydrochloride salt Chapter 12 Stimulants – Crack Cocaine Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  93. 93. Prostitution is common in crack addicts. Anything for drug money. Chapter 12 Crack -Mary OKC Testimony of a former prostitute Stimulants – Crack Cocaine Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  94. 94. 1. List four common illegal stimulants. 2. List three dangers of stimulants 3. Which stimulant gives you the highest chance of a heart attack? 4. How is the coca plant related to drugs? 5. How is crack related to prostitution? 6. Predict the possible damage to a meth user’s brain? 7. What are two stimulants that are legal & common? 8. What chemical/drug is in coffee? 9. What chemical/drug is in chocolate? Stimulants Review Chapter 12 HW: Ch-12 P. 310 # 1-10 & # 31
  95. 95. Effects: In low doses, euphoria, mild stimulation, relaxation, lowered inhibitions; in higher doses, drowsiness, Negatives: slurred speech, nausea, emotional volatility, loss of coordination, impaired memory, unconsciousness, violence, fetal damage (in pregnant women); liver and heart disease; addiction; fatal overdose Chapter 12 Depressants - Alcohol Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  96. 96. What does your body do to help you not die? • Urinate! Pee • Vomit •Pass out Chapter 12 Depressants - Alcohol Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse Liver & Kidneys helps remove alcohol out of your body.
  97. 97. Binge Drinking: drinking for long periods of time. Chugging: drinking a large amount all at once. Depressants - Alcohol Chapter 12 Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse 13 year old dies from alcohol poisoning Amy Winehouse inquest Teen Chugs A Gallon Of Bacardi Your liver can break down one (drink) beer per hour.
  98. 98. Jacqui Saburido Depressants - Alcohol Chapter 12 Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse Woman Sentenced In DWI Deaths Uber. Lyft or Taxi Service
  99. 99. Alcohol Review 1. What two organs act as our filters? 2. How many drinks can a liver clean every hour? 3. What three things does our body do to protect us from alcohol poisoning? 4. How do people unknowingly stop their bodies from protecting us from alcohol poisoning? 5. What category of drugs does alcohol drinks belong to? 6. What are the effects people like about alcohol? 7. What are three dangers of alcohol? 8. What should a person do when they’ve had too much to drink and need to get home?
  100. 100. Sedatives: -Sleeping Pills Chapter 12 Depressants / Barbiturates- Sedatives Effects: Makes you sleepy. Slow down the workings of the brain and central nervous system. Feel “drunk.” Dangers: death by overdose, heart stops, very easy to die from it. Prescription medications that act as central nervous system depressants. Barbiturates are prescription sedatives or “sleeping pills” Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  101. 101. Judy Garland had a sleeping pill overdose at age 47 Chapter 12 Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse Over The Rainbow Depressants / Barbiturates- Sedatives
  102. 102. Marilyn Monroe committed suicide using the sedative nembutal Marilyn Monroe Chapter 12 Depressants / Barbiturates- Sedatives Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  103. 103. • Barbiturates and alcohol caused his overdose Jimi Hendrix Chapter 12 Jimi Hendrix - Watchtower Depressants / Barbiturates- Sedatives Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  104. 104. Xanax (Xany, Blue Footballs, Xanybars) Chapter 12 Depressants / Benzodiazepines or Tranquilizers Effects: Calming effect in the brain. Dangers: death by overdose, heart stops, unusual risk- taking behavior, hallucinations, loss of interest in sex. These types of drugs are used for patients suffering from anxiety, acute stress, insomnia, seizures and panic disorders. Xanax Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  105. 105. Depressants Review 1. What are the two reasons doctors give depressants to people? 2. What are sedatives for? 3. What are tranquilizers for? 4. Why do some people like depressants? 5. What is the most famous depressant? 6. Name two people who have died from depressants. 7. What is a date rape drug? 8. Name two drugs used for date rape. 9. What advise would you give a girl going to a club regarding date rape? Chapter 12 Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse HW: Ch-12 P. 311 # 33-34
  106. 106. Opiates / Opioids /Narcotics • Opiates / Narcotics are a group of highly addictive drugs derived from the poppy plant that are used as pain relievers, anesthetics, and sedatives. Examples: Morphine, Heroin (diacetylmorphine), Codeine, Thebaine, Oxycontin Chapter 12 Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  107. 107. Opiates / Narcotics - Morphine Used at hospitals to relieve great pain. Chapter 12 Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  108. 108. Opiates / Narcotics - OxyContin OxyContin is the brand name for oxycodone hydrochloride, an opioid analgesic (pain reliever). It is available by prescription only. As pain medication, OxyContin is taken every 12 hours because the tablets contain a controlled, time-release formulation. OxyContin abusers remove the sustained-release coating to get a rapid release of the medication. Chapter 12 Effects: rush of euphoria similar to heroin. Dangers: One person dies every 19 minutes from drug overdose in the United States and this increasing trend is driven by prescription (Rx) painkillers. Oxycontin Express Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  109. 109. Codeine (methylmorphine) is an analgesic (pain killer) prescribed by doctors. Chapter 12 Opiates / Narcotics - Codeine Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  110. 110. Big O, black stuff, block, gum, hop. No medical use in this country. Chapter 12 Opiates / Narcotics - Opium Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  111. 111. Diacetylmorphine: smack, horse, brown sugar, dope, H, junk, skag, skunk, white horse, China white; cheese (with OTC cold medicine and antihistamine) Chapter 12 Opiates / Narcotics - Heroin Effects: Euphoria; drowsiness; Dangers: arrested breathing, heart damage, hepatitis, HIV, addiction, fatal overdose Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  112. 112. Heroin is a highly addictive and rapidly acting opiate. Heroin is produced from morphine, which is a principal component of opium. Chapter 12 Opiates / Narcotics - Heroin Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  113. 113. “tracks” Chapter 12 Opiates / Narcotics - Heroin Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  114. 114. When an addict overdoses while shooting up with friends, he may be taken to a hospital for treatment, unless he dies suddenly. Often his junkie friends are reluctant to take the body to a hospital where they will face searching questions from medical personnel or the police. Therefore, it is not unusual to find the body of a person who has suffered a narcotics overdose dumped by the side of the road, as in this case. Chapter 12 Opiates / Narcotics - Heroin Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  115. 115. A JUNKIE'S PRAYER - Just how difficult is it to get off of heroin? This prayer should give you some idea. "My Dear Lord Jesus Christ, from this day Fri. Oct. 22, I promise not to inject any more drugs into my body. I furthermore promise that (one week from today) not to take anymore medication having to do with drugs. With your help I pray Lord I am through with drugs from this very day forward. Help me Jesus I pray - no more. Thank you Jesus. I pray, Oh Lord, keep me safe. I pray I get this job today. Give me the strength, deliverance, and ability. I pray, Oh Lord, and thank you Jesus. You have delivered me this very morning Friday 10-22-71. Your lost child of Christ - Amen. I pray I get a job today. No more drugs. Amen. Thank You Jesus." --The next day this young man was found dead from a drug overdose. Chapter 12 Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  116. 116. 21-year-old Rachel Whitear Chapter 12 Opiates / Narcotics - Heroin Speedball Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  117. 117. Gia – the original supermodel. Died from AIDS when she got it from a needle while doing heroin at the age of ….26 Chapter 12 Opiates / Narcotics - heroin Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  118. 118. Layne Staley of Alice In Chains Aug 22, 1967- Apr 5, 2002 "I'm not using drugs to get high like many people think. I know I made a big mistake when I started using this shit. It's a very difficult thing to explain. My liver is not functioning and I'm throwing up all the time and shitting my pants. The pain is more than you can handle. It's the worst pain in the world. Dope sick hurts the entire body.“ He died after injecting a mixture of heroin and cocaine -- Alice in Chains - Man in the Box Layne Staley Chapter 12 Opiates / Narcotics - heroin Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  119. 119. Heroin addicts frequently: • Many lose their jobs • Health problems • Diseases from needles • Engage in crime to support their addiction – guys usually steal & girl usually do prostitution. Chapter 12 Opiates / Narcotics - heroin Heroin -The New Face of Heroin Addiction Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  120. 120. • Withdrawals usually happen 6 to 24 hours after discontinuing of the drug. • Symptoms may include: sweating, malaise, anxiety, depression, cramp-like pains in the limbs, insomnia, cold sweats, chills, severe muscle and bone aches; nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, and fever. • Abrupt termination of heroin use often causes muscle spasms in the legs (restless leg syndrome); hence "kicking" has been used as a slang term for heroin withdrawal. • Can also cause goose bumps, thus the slang term “going cold turkey.” Heroin Withdrawal in Prison Chapter 12 Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  121. 121. My Friend - Darryl
  122. 122. Chapter 12 Cheesing: inhaling cat urine to get high. Effects: Euphoria; drowsiness; Dangers: feline addiction, feline urine overdose, accidental spray in mouth and eyes. Cheesing Section 3 Other Drugs of Abuse
  123. 123. THIS IS THE END MY FRIEND. Don’t waste your nine lives away! Chapter 12
  124. 124. Opiates Review 1. What plant are opiates/narcotics made from? 2. Give two examples of opiates. 3. What is a “junkie”? 4. What are tracks? 5. Who is a famous person who died from heroin? 6. List 3 common outcomes of people who do heroin. 7. What are withdrawal symptoms for heroin? Chapter 12
  125. 125. • Choose a celebrity that has or had a drug problem. A drug from any of the groups. Alive or dead. • 14-16 size font, single space. Use bullets: • Proof-Reading: Name of person and relation to you on the back of poster. Ex.Teacher, Relative… • Section 1 Fame: why famous? Include songs, movies,TV shows, tell us a work-related story. • Section 2 Personal Life: A. Birth Place B. High School C. City where grew up D. Parents E. Are Parent Famous F. Married? G. Kids H. An interesting story about him/her. • Section 3 Drug Info: Name of drug, Group, Dangers. What does that drug do to the body? • Section 4 Outcome: What was the outcome of their drug use? • Pictures: Poster should have one large face picture (portrait) and a few smaller pix. Search using Google, • Change advanced image search options to “large” then copy and paste it to aWord document. -otherwise picture may be pixelated. Chapter 12 Celebrity & Drug-Use Poster
  126. 126. Celebrity & Drug-Use PosterChapter 12
  127. 127. A Abrams, Isaac Psilocybin, Mescaline, Cannabis, LSD Artist Krippner S. "The Psychedelic State, The Hypnotic Trance, and the Creative Act," Altered States of Consciousness, ed Charles T. Tart. John Wiley & Sons, 1969,1972. LIN K 1 Aitken, Jonathan LSD Conservative British member of parliament took LSD in 1966 in order to review it for the Evening Standard. Described "visions of hell. Continents dripping with blood. Black men fighting brown men, fighting yellow men." LIN K Chapter 12 www.erowid.org/culture/characters/characters_drug_use.shtml Celebrity & Drug-Use Poster
  128. 128. Or you can search on Yahoo, Bing or Google. For example, type in the search box “celebrity and drugs” or “celebrity and ___” Chapter 12 Celebrity & Drug-Use Poster
  129. 129. Celebrity & Drug-Use Poster Grading ___ 1. Celebrity Personal Info.: ___/ 10 Including an interesting story ___ 2. Fame info: ___ / 10 ___ 3. Drug information: ___/ 10 Group it belongs in? Effects? ___ 4. Outcome of his/her drug use: ___/ 5 Is he/she still using, stopped, rehab, overdose, etc. Elaborate ___ 5. A large portrait: ___/ 5 (big head and shoulders pic) ___ Creativity: ___/ 5 ___ Grammar / Proofread: ___/ 5 ___ Neatness: ___/ 5 ___ Bullets & Correct Typed Font Size 14-16: ___/ 5 ___ Sources (complete typed links) on Back ___/ 5 A: 58-65 B: 52-57 C: 42-51 D: 32-41 F: 0-31
  130. 130. Required Elements Excellent (5 pts.) Good (3-4 pts.) Poor (0-1 pts.) Celebrity Personal Information 2X There are 5 or more bullets with facts about his/her personal information. Ex. Parents, Children, Marriages, etc. & An excellent story about him/her. There are 3-4 or more bullets with facts about his/her personal information. Ex. Parents, Children, Marriages, etc. & A good story about him/her. There are 2 or fewer bullets with facts about his/her personal information. Ex. Parents, Children, Marriages, etc. The story is poor or missing. Fame Information 2X There are 5 or more bullets with facts about why the celebrity is famous. Ex. Title of movies, albums, songs, etc. There are 3-4 bullets with facts about why the celebrity is famous. Ex. Title of movies, albums, songs, etc. There are 2 or fewer bullets with facts about why the celebrity is famous. Ex. Title of movies, albums, songs, etc. Drug Information 2X The report includes the category of the drug and at least 2 effects on the body. The report includes the category of the drug and 1 effect on the body. The report does not include the category of the drug and 1 or no effects on the body. Outcome The outcome of his/her drug use is clearly stated. i.e. drug rehab, still abusing, death… The outcome of his/her drug use is touched upon, but not clearly stated. Unsure if still using or not. Little or no information is given as to the outcome of his/her drug use. Pictures The poster includes a large portrait (upper body) picture and at least 3 other pictures of him/her. The poster includes a large portrait type picture and at least 1 other pictures of him/her. The poster does not include a large portrait type picture or does not have other pictures of him/her. Creativity The poster exhibits outstanding creativity in its design. The poster exhibits average creativity in its design. The poster exhibits little or no creativity in its design. Grammar / Proof Read There is 1 grammatical / mechanical mistakes on the poster, including spelling. There are 2-3 grammatical /mechanical mistakes on the poster, including spelling. There are 4 or more grammatical / mechanical mistakes on the poster, including spelling. Neatness Poster is very neat. No stains. All writing is typed. Poster is neat. A little stain. The facts are all typed, but some headings are hand- written. Poster is not neat. Stains are evident. The facts are not all typed, some headings are hand-written. Bullets & Correct Font Size  Bullet Points always used for info. Where appropriate.  Font Size is 14-16  Bullet Points sometimes used for info. Where appropriate.  Font Size is sometimes 14-16  Bullet Points not used for info. Where appropriate.  Font Size is not 14-16 Links to Sources  2-3 souces used and included  1 source and link.  No links to sources used. Total Points Possible is 65 Celebrity & Drug-Use Poster Rubric Celebrity Drug Poster & Presentation is worth 100 points total. A: 58-65 B: 52-57 C: 42-51 D: 32-41 F: 0-31
  131. 131. Celebrity & Drug-Use Poster Grade: ___ Celebrity Personal Info.: ___/10 ___ Fame info: ___ / 10 ___ Drug information: ___/ 10 Group it belongs in? Effects? ___ Outcome of his/her drug use: ___/ 5 No more drug use, continues, dead, etc. ___ 1 large portrait: ___/ 5 (big head and shoulders pic) ___ Creativity: ___/ 5 ___ Grammar / Proofread: ___/ 5 ___ Neatness: ___/ 5 ___ Bullets & Correct Typed Font Size 14-16: ___/ 5 ___ Sources (complete typed links) on Back ___/ 5 A: 58-65 B: 52-57 C: 42-51 D: 32-41 F: 0-31 Celebrity & Drug-Use Poster Grade: ___ Celebrity Personal Info.: ___/10 ___ Fame info: ___ / 10 ___ Drug information: ___/ 10 Group it belongs in? Effects? ___ Outcome of his/her drug use: ___/ 5 No more drug use, continues, dead, etc. ___ 1 large portrait: ___/ 5 (big head and shoulders pic) ___ Creativity: ___/ 5 ___ Grammar / Proofread: ___/ 5 ___ Neatness: ___/ 5 ___ Bullets & Correct Typed Font Size 14-16: ___/ 5 ___ Sources (complete typed links) on Back ___/ 5 A: 58-65 B: 52-57 C: 42-51 D: 32-41 F: 0-31 Celebrity & Drug-Use Poster Grade: ___ Celebrity Personal Info.: ___/10 ___ Fame info: ___ / 10 ___ Drug information: ___/ 10 Group it belongs in? Effects? ___ Outcome of his/her drug use: ___/ 5 No more drug use, continues, dead, etc. ___ 1 large portrait: ___/ 5 (big head and shoulders pic) ___ Creativity: ___/ 5 ___ Grammar / Proofread: ___/ 5 ___ Neatness: ___/ 5 ___ Bullets & Correct Typed Font Size 14-16: ___/ 5 ___ Sources (complete typed links) on Back ___/ 5 A: 58-65 B: 52-57 C: 42-51 D: 32-41 F: 0-31 Celebrity & Drug-Use Poster Grade: ___ Celebrity Personal Info.: ___/10 ___ Fame info: ___ / 10 ___ Drug information: ___/ 10 Group it belongs in? Effects? ___ Outcome of his/her drug use: ___/ 5 No more drug use, continues, dead, etc. ___ 1 large portrait: ___/ 5 (big head and shoulders pic) ___ Creativity: ___/ 5 ___ Grammar / Proofread: ___/ 5 ___ Neatness: ___/ 5 ___ Bullets & Correct Typed Font Size 14-16: ___/ 5 ___ Sources (complete typed links) on Back ___/ 5 A: 58-65 B: 52-57 C: 42-51 D: 32-41 F: 0-31
  132. 132. • Speak to the class about your celebrity for at least 1:40 minutes. Present without reading anything, except from the board where I’ll put reminders of what you need to cover. • Practice your speech with friends or at home and have someone time you. You DO NOT want to be under the required time. when you practice. Remember you’ll go faster when you’re nervous in class. • Why he/she is famous • Personal Life: Married, kids, dead? etc… • Drug Info: Group, positives, dangers • An interesting story about the celebrity • Outcome of drug use • Answer at least 3/6 audience questions correctly. Chapter 12 Celebrity & Drug-Use Presentation
  133. 133. Celebrity & Drug-Use Presentation Grade • Why is he/she famous ___/5 • Personal life info ___ / 5 • Interesting Story ___ / 3 • Drug Info Category & Negatives ___/ 4 • Outcome of his/her drug use: ___/4 • Volume of Voice ___/ 4 • Present with minimal reading from poster ___/ 3 • Minimum of 1:40 Presentation ___/5 • Answer at least 3 quality questions. ___/2 Total ___ A: 32-35 B: 28-31 C: 23-27 D: 18-22 F: 0-17
  134. 134. Celebrity & Drug-Use Presentation Grade • Why is he/she famous ___/5 • Personal life info ___ / 5 • Interesting Story ___ / 3 • Drug Info Category & Negatives ___/ 4 • Outcome of his/her drug use: ___/4 • Volume of Voice ___/ 4 • Present with minimal reading from poster ___/ 3 • Minimum of 1:40 Presentation ___/5 • Answer at least 3 quality questions. ___/2 Total ___ A: 32-35 B: 28-31 C: 23-27 D: 18-22 F: 0-17 Celebrity & Drug-Use Presentation Grade • Why is he/she famous ___/5 • Personal life info ___ / 5 • Interesting Story ___ / 3 • Drug Info Category & Negatives ___/ 4 • Outcome of his/her drug use: ___/4 • Volume of Voice ___/ 4 • Present with minimal reading from poster ___/ 3 • Minimum of 1:40 Presentation ___/5 • Answer at least 3 quality questions. ___/2 Total ___ Celebrity & Drug-Use Presentation Grade • Why is he/she famous ___/5 • Personal life info ___ / 5 • Interesting Story ___ / 3 • Drug Info Category & Negatives ___/ 4 • Outcome of his/her drug use: ___/4 • Volume of Voice ___/ 4 • Present with minimal reading from poster ___/ 3 • Minimum of 1:40 Presentation ___/5 • Answer at least 3 quality questions. ___/2 Total ___ A: 32-35 B: 28-31 C: 23-27 D: 18-22 F: 0-17 Celebrity & Drug-Use Presentation Grade • Why is he/she famous ___/5 • Personal life info ___ / 5 • Interesting Story ___ / 3 • Drug Info Category & Negatives ___/ 4 • Outcome of his/her drug use: ___/4 • Volume of Voice ___/ 4 • Present with minimal reading from poster ___/ 3 • Minimum of 1:40 Presentation ___/5 • Answer at least 3 quality questions. ___/2 Total ___
  135. 135. 15 MC On All Drugs • Write 15 multiple choice questions on drugs. • Circle the correct answer. • No “yes/no” or “true/false” answers • Be sure to have two questions from each of the seven categories. One category may have 3 questions from it. If you don’t do this, your paper will be deducted 3 points for not following directions. Chapter 12
  136. 136. 15 Flashcards On All Drugs • One question on the front and one answer on the back of the card. • Make 15 flash card questions on drugs. • No “yes/no” or “true/false” answers • Make an extra flash card for the top to put your name, period, title and date. • Staple on top left so I can open and grade or use rings. Chapter 12
  137. 137. Drugs Test Review 1. List the 6 groups of drugs (not steroids) and write what some people like about it next to the name. 2. Name again the 6 groups and this time write next to the names what the dangers are. 3. List three problems with marijuana. Chapter 12
  138. 138. The movie Skip: •Concert •Search for Babsi to Newspaper •Beating a John. Zoo Station: The Story of Christiane F. (True Stories) Paperback
  139. 139. Christiane F - Real Photo Montage Christiane Vera Felscherinow Movie Trailer
  140. 140. Section 4 A Drug-Free Life Warm Up – Date & Day is the title 1. Summarize how drug abuse can negatively affect a person’s life. 2. Identify the ways that drug abuse can affect a family. 3. List four ways that drug abuse impacts society. 4. Describe the 7 categories of drugs and list 2 examples of each one except for steroids. Chapter 12
  141. 141. • Drug abuse Affects the Individual • The dangers of intoxication, side effects, and addiction to the drug user are not the only risks of drug abuse. Chapter 12 Section 4 A Drug-Free Life
  142. 142. • accidental injury or death to self or others Chapter 12 Section 4 A Drug-Free Life
  143. 143. • violence and criminal activity Chapter 12 Section 4 A Drug-Free Life
  144. 144. • unplanned pregnancy Chapter 12 Section 4 A Drug-Free Life
  145. 145. • sexually transmitted diseases Chapter 12 Section 4 A Drug-Free Life
  146. 146. • Drug Abuse Affects the Family• Effects your family • When a teen or other family member is using drugs, it destroys trust within the family. • Drug abuse often leads to family violence. • Drug use can be dangerous to pregnant women and to the fetus. Chapter 12 Section 4 A Drug-Free Life Drug-Dependent Infants Detox
  147. 147. • Drug Abuse Affects Society • Drug use imposes economic costs on society. • Billions of dollars are spent in the U.S. each year on health care resulting from drug abuse. • There are also costs from lost productivity at work, accidents, suicide, and other drug-related problems. • Drug abuse and addiction also increase crime. • 1 out of every 4 prisoners is in jail for a drug-related crime. Chapter 12 Section 4 A Drug-Free Life
  148. 148. Treatment for Drug Addiction • Recovering is the process of learning to live without drugs. • Because drugs affect the brain, recovering from addiction is very difficult and usually requires treatment and extensive support. • Drug treatment approaches include 12-step programs, outpatient counseling, and residential communities. Chapter 12 Section 4 A Drug-Free Life
  149. 149. Principles for Effective Drug Treatment 1. No single treatment works for everyone. 2. Treatment should be available and easy to access. 3. The best treatment also addresses problems other than addiction. 4. Treatment should offer multiple services. 5. The longer an abuser stays in treatment, the more effective it is. 6. Group therapy builds skills for resisting drugs and developing relationships without drugs. Chapter 12 Section 4 A Drug-Free Life
  150. 150. Principles for Effective Drug Treatment 7. Medications can be an important part of treatment. 8. Mental illness should be treated along with addiction. 9. Treatment does not need to be voluntary. 10.Patients should be monitored. 11.Programs should test for HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, and other diseases. 12.Recovery may require several periods of treatment to combat relapse. Chapter 12 Section 4 A Drug-Free Life
  151. 151. Saying No to Drugs As with alcohol, tobacco, and other pressures, you should practice and be ready to say “No” to drugs. • Say no firmly. • Buy yourself time. • Give good reasons. • State the consequences. • Say no again and include an alternate activity. • Walk away. Chapter 12 Section 4 A Drug-Free Life Nah… I’m good.
  152. 152. some ideas of how you can respond.
  153. 153. You don’t need drugs! Good friends, a good boyfriend or girlfriend will give you your own natural high. Oh yeah… and you need tacos! Remember what Mr. Estrella always says -
  154. 154. Review – Drug-Free Life 1. Summarize how drug abuse can negatively affect a person’s life. A short paragraph 2. Identify the ways that drug abuse can affect a family. 3. List three ways that drug abuse impacts society. 4. List 6 categories of drugs and list 2 examples for each category. Don’t do steroids. 5. List three problems with marijuana. 6. List the 6 categories of drugs (not steroids) and explain what the major effect is for each one. 7. Describe what you would say to the following to avoid using drugs: A. We’re all going to Joe’s after school to get high. Come with me, I don’t want to go alone. B. You’re sitting in a group in a stairway and someone takes out some pills. Everyone gets one. It’s your turn to take it,
  155. 155. • Create 25 flash cards with a question on front and answer on back. • No True/False, No “yes-no” answers. • No Silly questions or answers. • A top card should include: name, period, date and the title -“Drugs”

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