Identify the category of drugs will cause a person to be fidgety

Identify the category of drugs
will cause a person to be fidgety,
jumpy, wide awake.
This category of drugs slows down the
• Depressants
Identify the category of drug causes
visual disturbances and sensory
• Hallucinogens
Identify the category of drugs includes
powerful and highly addictive pain
• Opiates/Narcotics
Explain the risk of mixing two drugs
• Multiplier effect. The combination of two
drugs mixed together is greater than the effect
of each drug used individually. The multiplier
effect can lead to death/illness.
Can list the signs of drug dependency.
• Using more of the drug to get the same effect.
• Changes in mood and behavior.
• Withdrawal from friends and family.
Can describe and give an example of
• A person needs to drink more alcohol each
time in order to get the same effect.
Can describe and give an example of
Headache, nausea, vomiting.
May feel cold.
Identify the drug that is linked to more
automobile accidents than any other.
• Alcohol
Identify the BAC level of intoxication
for DWI.
• DWI =.08 or higher
Can describe the Zero Tolerance law
and it’s penalties
• Applies to any one 21 years of age or younger.
• BAC .02-.07
• License suspended for six months and pay a
civil penalty of $125. You must pay an
additional $100 fee in order to have your
license reinstated.
• License suspended 1 year or until the age of
21 which ever is longer.
Identify the rate of oxidation of alcohol
and what organ oxidizes the alcohol.
• ½ ounce per hour, this equals one drink.
• One drink is 1 beer, 6 ounces of wine, 1 mixed
drink made from 60 proof alcohol.
Describe the signs of alcohol overdose
and what a person should do.
Weak rapid heart beat
Cold clammy skin
Irregular breathing pattern
Call 911
The active chemical in Marijuana
The effect of nicotine on blood
• Increases blood pressure leading to the
disease arteriole sclerosis
Describe the dangers of smokeless
• Oral Cancer (mouth, throat, gums)
• Addictive
• NOT less harmful than smoking
Addictive chemical in tobacco.
• Nicotine
Identify the disease that is due to
damaged alveoli.
• Emphysema
Describe effective methods to quit
• Fade – cut down gradually.
• Smoking cessation support group.
• Medication – Patch
The organ that breaks down alcohol
• Liver

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