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1 Chapter 13 Tobacco Lesson 3 Tobacco Addiction Next >> Click for: >> Main Menu>> Chapter 13 AssessmentTeacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation.Next >>
2 psychological dependence A process in which the body needs more and more of a drug to get the same effecttolerancephysical dependenceA type of addiction in which the body itself feels a direct need for a drugClick to reveal the definitions.psychological dependenceAn addiction in which the mind sends the body a message that it needs more of a drug
3 nicotine replacement therapies (NRT) Physical and psychological reactions that occur when someone stops using an addictive substancewithdrawalnicotine replacement therapies (NRT)Products that assist a person in breaking a tobacco habitClick to reveal the definitions.A return to the use of a drug after attempting to stoprelapse
4 In this lesson, you will learn to explain how a person becomes addicted to tobacco.identify the different types of dependence that occur as a result of tobacco use.describe the symptoms of withdrawal.
5 SequencingMake a flow diagram that outlines the steps in the addiction process.
6 Tobacco’s Web of Addiction Tobacco is as addictive as heroin or cocaine.Tobacco use soon becomes a habit, which can lead to addiction.The best way to prevent tobacco addiction is to never start using tobacco.When nicotine enters the body, it interacts with receptors in the brain. The brain sends a message to the body to speed up heart and breathing rates. As these feelings go away, they leave the user wanting more.
7 Tolerance and Dependence As the body gets used to nicotine, it develops a tolerance to the drug.tolerance A process in which the body needs more and more of a drug to get the same effect
8 Tolerance and Dependence The cravings that result from a physical dependence can only be satisfied by more nicotine.physical dependence A type of addiction in which the body itself feels a direct need for a drugAny time the nicotine level drops or is absent, the body experiences a craving.
9 Tolerance and Dependence Someone with a psychological dependence may feel that he or she needs nicotine to perk up or relax.psychological dependence An addiction in which the mind send the body a message that it needs more of drugCertain events, situations, and habits trigger a desire to use tobacco. For example, some people feel the need to smoke at parties or night clubs.
10 Tolerance and Dependence Ninety percent of the people who start smoking become addicted.Teens who use tobacco are much more likely to use drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, and alcohol.Teens are more likely to develop a severe level of addiction than people who begin smoking at a later age.
11 Breaking the Tobacco Habit Prepare to stop.Get support and encouragement.Find out about health services.Prepare to stop:Set a specific date for quitting.Get support and encouragement:Let family and friends know you are quitting and ask for help and support.Find out about health services:Doctors, support groups, and certain organizations can help users quit.Change your daily routine:It helps to avoid smokers and routines that were part of the smoking life.Follow a healthy lifestyle:Eat well, manage stress, and get plenty of physical activity to help you feel good without the use of tobacco.Change your daily routine.Follow a healthy lifestyle.
12 WithdrawalWhen a person stops using tobacco, he or she may experience symptoms of withdrawal.withdrawal Physical and psychological reactions that occur when someone stops using an addictive substanceSome people choose to quit smoking cold turkey, meaning they stop all use of tobacco immediately.
13 Withdrawal Physical Withdrawal Symptoms Psychological Withdrawal SymptomsHeadachesIrritabilityTirednessSudden cravings for tobacco in certain situationsIncreased hungerSudden cravings for tobacco at certain timesA jittery, restless feelingDifficulty concentrating or sleepingCounseling or support groups can help a user overcome a psychological dependence on tobacco.
14 WithdrawalNicotine replacement therapies (NRT) reduce the amount of nicotine in the body slowly.nicotine replacement therapies (NRT) Products that assist a person in breaking a tobacco habitBy reducing the amount of nicotine in the body slowly, nicotine replacement therapies reduce the symptoms of withdrawal.
15 Most people attempt to quit several times before they succeed. Dealing with RelapseMany people who decide to quit suffer a relapse within the first three months of quitting.relapse A return to the use of a drug after attempting to stopLearning to live without tobacco takes time and a lot of willpower.Having a relapse after working hard to quit can be discouraging. Self-esteem often drops and people may feel frustrated or angry.Reviewing what caused the relapse and taking steps to prevent it from happening again can help.Most people attempt to quit several times before they succeed.
16 Lesson 3 ReviewWhat I LearnedVocabulary Define tolerance. How does a tolerance to nicotine form?Tolerance is a process in which the body needs more and more of a drug to get the same effect.
17 Lesson 3 ReviewWhat I LearnedRecall Explain the difference between physical dependence and psychological dependence.Physical dependence is a type of addiction in which the body itself feels a direct need for a drug. With psychological dependence the mind sends the body a message that it needs more of a drug.
18 Lesson 3 ReviewWhat I LearnedGive Examples What are the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal?headaches, tiredness, increased hunger, and a jittery, restless feeling
19 Lesson 3 ReviewThinking CriticallyAnalyze What specific dangers does trying tobacco pose for teens?Studies show that teens become more addicted than any other group. Teens who use tobacco are more likely to use other drugs.
20 Lesson 3 ReviewThinking CriticallySynthesize How do nicotine replacement therapies help a person stop smoking?Nicotine replacement therapies help the body rid itself of nicotine slowly, so withdrawal symptoms are less severe.
21 Lesson 3 ReviewThinking CriticallyApply Madison’s mother has been trying to quit smoking, but has had several relapses. What can Madison do to help her mother quit smoking?Madison can give her mother support and tell her about nicotine replacement therapies.
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