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-What is it?
-How do people come in contact with it?
-Why do people consume things like drinks and drugs?
-What are the effects of it on a person consuming it and his/her family?
-Is there any way of quiting it?

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  1. 1. Melanie Dcosta Nirmal Kumar Guatam Sanju Singh Akhilendra Phondekar Pravin D’silva
  2. 2. -What is it? -How do people come in contact with it? -Why do people consume things like drinks and drugs? -What are the effects of it on a person consuming it and his/her family? -Is there any way of quiting it? --Well-known personalities like Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley have lost their lives at an early age due the excess intake of various drugs.
  3. 3.  --Drinks, Drugs and Discos(the 3 D's) has been a large part of society for many years.  --It is something that people take or visit to change the way they feel, think or behave.  --People consume drugs, alcohol and visit discos for a lot of reasons.   --Drug use, and dependence are not always related to low self-esteem or family problems. Alcohol or drug use can happen in any family, regardless of how close you are.
  4. 4.    --Alcohol and drug use not only impair a person's ability to function now, it can have long-range negative effects on a person's health and well-being. --The drug or alcohol use by a relative or friend may have physical, emotional and mental effects on other family members --People intending to give up their addictions can opt for the various procedures available.
  5. 5.    Drugs are chemical substances thataffect the central nervous system, such as opioids or hallucinogens. May be used for perceived beneficial effects on perception,consciousness, personality, and behavior. Some drugs can cause addiction and/or habituation.
  6. 6. Recreational drugs use is the use of psychoactive substances to have fun, for the experience, or to enhance an already positive experience.  Many recreational drugs are legal, widely culturally accepted, and at the most have an age restriction on using and/or purchasing them.  Examples: alcohol, tobacco, betel nut, and caffeine products in thewest, Khat are common. 
  7. 7.    When people talk about a "drug problem," they usually mean abusing legal drugs or using illegal drugs, such as : marijuana, ecstasy, cocaine, LSD, crystal meth, and heroin. Ecstasy drugs in discos and pubs: MDMA, known as Ecstasy, is a chemical that is usually taken orally as a capsule or tablet. It is a man-made drug that is chemically similar to both stimulants and hallucinogens.
  8. 8.     Refers to a drug that can be used to assist in the execution of a sexual assault, such as date rape. Can be added to a food or drink without the victim's knowledge. The act of adding such substances to drinks is known as "drink spiking". The reasons for drink spiking range from personal amusement or maliciousness to theft or sexual assault.
  9. 9. Inhaled, (breathed into the lungs), as an aerosol or dry powder. (This includes smoking a substance)  Injected as a solution, suspension or emulsion either: intramuscular,  Insufflation, or snorted into the nose.  Orally, as a liquid or solid, that is absorbed through the intestines.  Rectally as a suppository, that is absorbed by the rectum or colon.  Sublingually, diffusing into the blood through tissues under the tongue. 
  10. 10. Drug Abuse in College – How to Get Your Loved Ones Back Over 75 college students were arrested in San Diego State University in May 2008, for drug dealing on campus. 2 kilograms of cocaine, ecstasy pills, marijuana, illicit prescription drugs, meth, psychedelic mushrooms, guns etc were seized by police.
  11. 11.        You’ve built up a drug tolerance. You need to use more of the drug to experience the same effects You used to attain with smaller amounts. Experience symptoms such as nausea, restlessness, insomnia, depression, sweating, shaking, and anxiety. You’ve lost control over your drug use. You often do drugs or use more than you planned,. Your life revolves around drug use. You spend a lot of time using and thinking about drugs, You’ve abandoned activities you used to enjoy, such as hobbies, sports, and socializing, because You continue to use drugs, despite knowing it’s hurting you.
  12. 12.   Produced from fermented sugar. Many people considered this a medical recommendation to drink.  Its is used in clubs , disco and various occasion.  It is biggest supportive of taking drugs.
  13. 13.  It causes long-term and sort-term disease ◦ Sort-term      upset stomach; diarrhea; Lack of coordination and judgment; Headaches Hangover. ◦ Long-term     Mental disorders: Liver problems Cancer Heart disease:
  14. 14.  Only 20% of the alcohol you swallow is absorbed by the stomach.  Liver can process .25 oz of alcohol per hour (2 hours to process one drink)  Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) decreases by about .015% per hour . Half of the crimes are done due to over-drinking. 
  15. 15. How Family Members Are Affected  Parents  Brother/Sister  Children Feel Scared To Solve Problem  Feel that it is up to them to solve the problem  Depend on Relationship  Want him/her to recover  Parents are don’t seem to take care of them
  16. 16.   Partner/Spouse  Taking on more of their responsibilities  Hide their Drug use Children  Parents Become Worried about their lives  Blame Themselves For their child's condition
  17. 17. Concern Stage Defense Phase Adaptation Phase Exhaustion Phase
  18. 18. Also Harm Other People In The Sense  Crimes And Incarceration  Spreading Of Other Diseases  Not Been Able To Concentrate On Work  Social Welfare Program Incarceration is the detention of a person in prison, typically as punishment for a crime.
  19. 19.  Crimes And Incarceration ◦ Drugs And Alcohol  Rapes,  Sexual Harassment  Murders  Robberies ◦ Besides This ◦ Over Intake Alcohol Causes  Accidents
  20. 20.  Spreading Of Other Diseases HIV Syringes Sexual Activities  Office Company also suffers  Social Welfare
  21. 21.      : Overcoming addiction is a simply a matter of willpower. : Addiction is a disease; there’s nothing you can do about it. Addicts have to hit rock bottom before they can get better. : You can’t force someone into treatment; they have to want help. Treatment didn’t work before, so there’s no point trying again.
  22. 22. Don't jump to conclusions.  Don’t panic or overreact.  Get the facts.  Get support.  Recognize that they may need help.  Keep communicating.  Show concern.  Understand the drug.  Remember, your safety is important. 
  23. 23.       family members close friends therapists or counselors other recovering addicts healthcare providers people from your faith community The Drug Abuse Information Rehabilitation and Research Centre(External website that opens in a new window) is a registered Charitable Trust that is involved in rehabilitation of addicts.
  24. 24.    Treatment works, but it takes time. Relapse is very common. It can take a number of attempts before your relative or friend can successfully quit or cut down on their use.
  25. 25.  You have become more energetic because you are involved in more activities.   Wasting money  Fighting with others after you have got drunk.  o o Being implicated in gangs' fighting Being falsely accused of possessing drugs by police
  26. 26.     Become happier, more spirited and know more how to smile More courageous in expressing yourself Quit taking drugs for several months Memorizing capacity has been restored to a great extent
  27. 27.      Melanie Dcosta Nirmal Kumar Guatam Sanju Singh Akhilendra Phondekar Pravin D’silva

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