Drugs

45 terms by b1jonathanrichards 

Ready to study?
Start with Flashcards

Create a new folder

Advertisement Upgrade to remove ads

Drugs Test Study Guide.

Tobacco kills... every _____ of every _____ of every _____ 50 people will die of tobacco related problems.

every HOUR of every DAY of every MONTH

List 3 ingredients in tobacco

-Carbon Monoxide
-Tars
-Arsenic

Only 5% of people diagnosed with an oral _____ survive more than ___ years.

an oral CANCER survive more than 5 years.

What are the three organs that are most affected by alcohol?

Heart, Liver, Brain

Cirrhosis is a disease that affects the _______.

Liver

Tar from cigarettes affects the _______. (which organ)

Lungs

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: (define)

A serious condition involving mental retardation and facial cranial malformations in the offspring of an alcoholic mother.

Marijuana is equivalent to:
___ cigarettes worth of CO intake
___ cigarettes worth of tar intake
___ cigarettes worth of cellular damage

5 cigarettes worth of CO intake
4 cigarettes worth of tar intake
10 cigarettes worth of cellular damage

The 3 D's: ________, ________, ________

Depressants, Downers, Drowsiness

Stimulants are known as _________.

uppers

What are four stimulants?

cocaine, methaphetamines, ephidrine, caffiene

Acute use = ___________

Short term

Chronic use = ___________

Long term

Binge drinking: ______________________________.

4 or more drinks for a female, and
5 or more drinks for a male at one sitting

Chronic Drinking: ____________________________

Daily or almost daily alcohol consumption (60 drinks per month)

Short-term effects of drinking: Slower __________ time.

reaction

Long-term effects of drinking: _________ shrink (body part that helps with strength)

MUSCLES shrink

Legal blood alcohol level in the state of Utah is: _________ (decimal)

0.08

Legal drinking age in the United States is _______ (years old)

21

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (physical characteristics)
-(nose)
-(lip)
-(ears)

-(nose) Flat
-(lip) Upper Lip Thin
-(ears) Placed Lower on head

Blood Alcohol Levels are affected by what two things? __________ and ___________

GENDER and WEIGHT

Ecstasy causes the body to overheat, this is also known as _________________.

HYPERthermia

OTC (define)

Medicines that are safe enough to be taken without written order from a physician.

Prescription (define)

Medicines that can only be sold with a written order from a physician.

Addiction (define)

A physical or psychological need for a drug.

Abuse (define)

The physical, emotional, or mental mistreatment of a substance.

Dose (define)

A quantity of medicine prescribed to be taken at one time.

Anti-Drug

Something that provides a positive alternative other than drug use.

What are two reasons why people start smoking?
____________ and ___________

RELAXATION and STRESS

How many chemicals are found in cigarettes?

over 4000

What are the 5 forms of ways that tobacco is used?

-Snuffed
-Chewed
-Cigarettes
-Pipes
-Cigars

Second-hand Smoke: (define)

Beathing air that has been contaminated by cigarette smoke

Side-stream Smoke: (define)

Smoke coming from the burning tip of a cigarette

Main-stream Smoke: (define)

Smoke the smoker exhales.

Passive Smoker: (define)

Non-smoker who breathes second-hand smoke

Withdrawal: (define)

Unpleasant symptoms that occur when someone stops using an addictive substance.

Dependence: (define)

The body and mind feeling that it needs a drug

Chronic bronchitis affects the _______ in the lungs.

BRONCHI

Emphysema affects the air ______ in the lungs.

sacs

Physical symptoms of smoking: ___________, __________, ___________, ____________

Heart attack, Stroke, Lung cancer, Emphysema

What does the "H.E.L.P." stand for?

Healthful, Ethical, Legal, Parent Approval

How you say NO is ___________.

Important

By not doing drugs, it will help you to stay (referring to your health) __________.

stay HEALTHY

Pressure Situation: (define)

Any situation where your values could be in question.

Use "___" statements to avoid being targeted or bullied.

"I" statements

Please allow access to your computer’s microphone to use Voice Recording.

Having trouble? Click here for help.

We can’t access your microphone!

Click the icon above to update your browser permissions above and try again

Example:

Reload the page to try again!

Reload

Press Cmd-0 to reset your zoom

Press Ctrl-0 to reset your zoom

It looks like your browser might be zoomed in or out. Your browser needs to be zoomed to a normal size to record audio.

Please upgrade Flash or install Chrome
to use Voice Recording.

For more help, see our troubleshooting page.

Your microphone is muted

For help fixing this issue, see this FAQ.

Star this term

You can study starred terms together

NEW! Voice Recording

Create Set