What is the difference between a prescription drug and an OTC (over-the- counter) drug? Give an example of each.
Today’s Agenda: 1.Warm-up 2.Review Pre-test 3.OTC/prescription Notes 4.OTC label handout Mon Nov 10, 2014 Assignments Due: Objective: Essential Question: What the different categories of drugs and how can they affect the body? 1. I will be able to list and describe the 5 ways drugs can enter the body 2. I will understand safe OTC and prescription drug use
Today’s Agenda: 1.Warm-up 2.Pass back graded papers 3.Update tracking sheet 4.Alcohol Notes 5.Video: Smashed Wed/Thu Nov 12/13, 2014 Assignments Due: Objective: Essential Question: What the different categories of drugs and how can they affect the body? I will understand the effects of alcohol on the body.
4 = 34-37 3 = 30-33 2 = 26-29 1 = 23-25 0 = 22 or less Turn your UNIT 5 Tracking sheet into the basket 3 rd person in each row, get textbooks for your row – PAGE 411 Get our your drug notes packet
1. Reasoning and judgment are seriously impaired. People can no longer make responsible decisions. They have slurred speech and walk with a stagger. They are considered legally drunk. 2. People feel relaxed. They have increased social confidence and become more talkative. 3. People may enter a deep coma and die. 4. People become confused and disoriented. People may become nauseous and vomit. 5. People are likely to be unconscious. Breathing and heartbeat slow down. Death can occur. 6. People have little or no control over their minds and bodies. Most people cannot stay awake. 7. Emotions are unpredictable and may change rapidly. They may switch from laughing to crying. They may pass out. 8. Speech may be slurred. There is a decrease in muscular coordination and reaction time is slowed. A..02 B..05 C..08 -.10 D..12 E..20 F..30 G..40 H..50
Today’s Agenda: 1.Warm-up 2.Tobacco Notes Fri Nov 7, 2014 Assignments Due: Objective: Essential Question: What the different categories of drugs and how can they affect the body? I will understand the effects of tobacco on the body.
Stimulates the nervous system Highly addictive Dulls taste buds Constricts blood vessels Increases heart rate and blood pressure Causes more premature death and disease than all other drug dependence combined
The body’s reaction to quitting the use of tobacco products ◦ Craving for tobacco ◦ Anxious ◦ Irritable ◦ Restless ◦ Headache ◦ Difficulty concentrating ◦ Heart palpitations ◦ Increased appetite
Tobacco that is chewed or snorted, but not smoked
Tobacco smoke contains more than 4,00 chemicals 43 of which are known CARCINOGENS A carcinogen is any chemical that is known to cause cancer Most of the carcinogens are found in the TAR Tar is a sticky thick fluid that is formed when tobacco is burned.
Another dangerous substance that forms when tobacco is burned is CARBON MONOXIDE Carbon monoxide is an odorless, tasteless, gas that interferes with the ability of blood to carry oxygen.
Smoking causes cancer ◦ Most people with lung cancer die within 5 years of learning they have cancer ◦ Also causes caner of the throat, mouth, esophagus, pancreas, and bladder
Smoking harms the respiratory system ◦ Tar lines the lungs and air passages ◦ Tar harms the cilia (hair line structures that remove dust and particles from the air) ◦ Aggravates asthma
◦ Can cause CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMINARY DISEASE (COPD) – a disease that interferes with breathing ◦ Examples: Chronic bronchitis Emphysema – a condition in which the alveoli lose most of their ability to function. The lungs lose their ability to inflate and hold air. Cannot be cured