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ASAP 2002 UNIT TRAINING
Army Hawaii Problem Drugs 2002 3- MJ 4- Meth 5- Ecstasy 6- Coke 7- LSD 1- Tobacco 2- Alcohol
Tobacco Trouble Kills More than all Other Drugs Combined! 450,000 + Every Year! Emphysema, Cancer, Heart Attacks Second Hand Smoke
Remember about Tobacco Disastrous Effect on Children Danger of Smokeless Tobacco It’s also the UGLY drug => Smokers’ Face/Breath/Teeth
Alcohol Trouble Health Risk Fitness for Duty (Drunk on Duty) Drinking & Driving Violence / Family Underage Drinking
Remember about Alcohol It Gets Worse (Tolerance, Addiction) It Impairs You (although you don’t realize it) It Changes you (you do things you would not normally do)
Marijuana Trouble Loss of Motivation Impairment (DUID) Breathing Problems Learning/Memory Problems
Remember about Marijuana Increased Potency results in Increased Problems It’s Illegal It’s Easy to Catch It’s a Career Stopper
Methamphetamine Trouble Hawaii: The ICE Capital of U.S. High Association with Violence Fast, Hard-to- kick, Expensive Addiction ICE
METH / ICE Things to Remember Users get => Too Wired, Too Paranoid, Out of Control Users Tend to => Get in Debt, Hear Voices, Get Violent Users Can => Overdose, Die, Flatline
ECSTASY Trouble Ecstasy is NOT What it Claims to be: It’s Not An Aphrodisiac It’s Not A Safe Drug It’s Not A New Drug (it’s methamphetamine!)
Things to Remember about ECSTASY Hot Urine Often Adulterated Nothing Magical (stimulant/hallucinogen)
Cocaine Trouble “Wired”, Most need Downers to pull back “Up” followed by big time DEPRESSION Big in Hawaii, including Crack!
Remember About Cocaine Quick Intense Addiction Pattern Expensive to the Wallet & the Body Major Impairment
LSD Trouble On the Increase Bad Trips Non-Functioning Soldiers
Remember About LSD Army Aggressive & Effective in getting LSD Urine Positives Destroys Reliability Major Army Target
Other Drug Troubles Supplements: Creatine, RipFuels etc. Prescription Drugs: Oxycotine Narcotics (Black Tar) Roofies, GHB Steroids / Inhalants
Things to Remember 1. Use Legal Drugs Responsibly 2. Don’t Use Illegal Drugs 3. If You’re Having Trouble with Drugs, Get Help Now!
Need Help? Information? Check with your UPL: Name__________ Phone__________ Or Call the ASAP: 655-9113, or ASAP Counseling: 433-8700
Fort Lee Drug and Alcohol Brief (Select Slide Show on the PowerPoint toolbar and then Select Start Slide Show from the Beginning. The links will not function.
Tobacco Trouble Kills More than all Other Drugs Combined! 430,000 + Every Year! Second Hand Smoke Impairment & Illness.
Illegal (Controlled) Drugs Marijuana Methamphetamine Cocaine Narcotics Hallucinogens Depressants Steroids Inhalants.
Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Mike Ballo 9 th Grade Health Class.
Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco Test What you need to know.
DRUGS, ALCOHOL, AND TOBACCO. Responsible Drug Use Responsible Drug Use – The correct use of legal drugs to promote health and well- being. Prescription.
Risks of alcohol and other drugs. What Is a Drug? Any chemical substance that causes a physical or psychological change is called a drug. Drugs are classified.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE Types, Forms and Side Effects By: Mrs J.Panayiotou For: Grade 7 Life Orientation.
Teen Health Tobacco, alcohol & other drugs NOTES.
1 8 th Grade Interactive Drug PowerPoint. 2 Drug Use Teen Drug Use Illicit drug- A drug not allowed by law. Examine how many teenagers have been using.
Commonly Abused Drugs. 1.Depressants- slow down the activity of the brain and CNS -alcohol - #1 mood altering drug in the U.S. -barbiturates – usually.
Journal #3 What negative effects could drug or alcohol use have on your life?
SUBSTANCE ABUSE: What is Drug Abuse? Ms. Mai Lawndale High School.
Legal and Illegal Drug Use Review. Chemical substance that is taken to cause changes in a person’s body or behavior Drug A medicine that is sold legally.
A drug is any substance that when absorbed by the body, alters the mind and other body functions. I am talking about illegal drugs such as, majuianna,
Social Problems in the United States. In the US, there are many different social issues which effect everyday life. Even though there may be laws to try.
INFLUENCE SUBSTANCE USE, ADDICTION AND RELATED BEHAVIOURS.
How do drugs destroy lives? Brian Elias & Haydee Sazo Brian Elias & Haydee Sazo.
What are the top 10 drugs mis-used by young people? Discuss with a partner then join with another pair and compare. Which are hallucinogens, depressants.
LSD/GHB/ Ecstasy Heroin Cocaine/Meth OTC/Alcohol Tobacco Marijuana/ Inhalants/Steroids.
Alcohol and Drugs. Alcohol Poison Types of alcohol – Beer -- 6% – Wine -- 12% – Liquor -- Proof What type of drug is Alcohol? – Mood Altering Depressant.
Wrong Turn. What are Gateway Drugs? Some types of gateway drugs include alcohol, marijuana, inhalants and abuse of prescription drugs. They are called.
Chapter 22: Illegal Drugs. Key Terms Substance Abuse Illegal Drugs Illicit Drug Use Overdose Addiction Marijuana Paranoia Inhalants Anabolic-Androgenic.
A drug that affects the brain. A drug whose production or use is prohibited or strictly controlled via prescription. A drug or chemical whose manufacture,
Session 2 Other Drugs and Their Effects. Effects of marijuana on driving skills Dangerous overconfidence Dangerous overconfidence Poor coordination skills.
Why Do People Take Drugs?. Boredom? Boredom? Friends? Friends? Depressed? Depressed? Need Energy? Need Energy? Curious? Curious? To be cool? To be cool?
TobaccoTobacco is Wacko Tobacco surely was designed To poison, and destroy mankind. - Philip Freneau.
Drugs. Objectives: Name a variety of drugs, both legal and illegal and list a number of facts regarding the more common illegal ones Discuss the potential.
Sección Bilingüe CEIP COLÓN Córdoba 6º de Primaria Health Risks.
BELL WORK Write how your life would change if you were addicted to drugs.
BELL WORK Write about 1 of the drugs we talked about yesterday and tell me how that drug would alter your life.
Did you know… Marijuana is addictive. More teens are in treatment for marijuana dependence than for all other drugs combined…
Chapter 10 Drugs Lesson 2 Types of Drugs and Their Effects Next >> Click for: Teacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation.
Some drugs are more harmful than others If you use a drug, over time you can develop a tolerance to it. Tolerance- body’s need for larger and larger.
Chapter 10: Lesson Two Types Of Drugs And Their Effects Pg. 303.
Are drugs that are used to treat or prevent problems. Help prevent disease. Fight pathogens, or infectious agents that cause disease. Relieve.
Health Mrs. Wagner. 1. Depressant – decreases CNS – Alcohol 2. Hallucinogens – Distorts reality – LSD, Ecstasy, PCP 3. Inhalants – Take in fumes.
Drugs that are regulated by state and federal laws. Such drugs may be declared illegal for sale or use, but may be dispensed under a physician's prescription.
2007 Youth Risk Behavior Survey Results Alaska High School Survey Grades 9-12 Alaska Division of Public Health Weighted Data Alcohol and Other Drug Use.
Chapter 23 Lessons 3 and 4 Warm Up: Make a list of at least 5 illegal drugs that you know of.
7.3 Drugs and Consciousness Psychoactive Drugs: chemicals that affect the nervous system and result in altered consciousness.
90% of adult smokers start as teens Reason teens have declined smoking is: antismoking campaigns, financial cost, societal pressures, and family influence.
7/25/ A drug that affects the brain A drug whose production or use is prohibited or strictly controlled via prescription A drug or chemical whose.
SPONGE 5.What do you think is the worst drug that a person could use? 6.Why is this drug the worst? What does it do to you? Tobacco, Nicotine and Drugs.
Controlled Drugs & Illegal Drug Use A controlled drug is a drug whose possession, manufacture, distribution, and sale are controlled by law. Controlled.
Street Drugs Substances that are not legally obtained from a physician or sold in a drug store.
DRUG FREE, THE WAY TO BE! BY DAWNE GIBSON 2014 Pictures provided by bing.com.
Chapter 12 Illegal Drugs. Overdose The taking of too much of a drug.
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