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Tobacco Concept Review
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When ____ enters the bloodstream, it travels from through your blood and reaches the brain.
Nicotine, carbon monoxide, and tar are all dangerous chemicals ______ contain.
Cigars, Pipe Tobacco, Bidis, and Clove Cigarettes are all forms of _______ tobacco
Chronic bad breath, severe asthma and other respiratory diseases, persistent coughing and shortness of breath, yellow teeth, lung cancer and heart disease, smelling like smoke, nausea, and dizziness are all effects of ______ tobacco.
Chronic bad breath, chronic white mouth sores, and yellow teeth are all effects of _______ _______ tobacco.
Severe asthma and other respiratory diseases, persistent coughing and shortness of breath, lung cancer and heart disease, smelling like smoke, nausea, and dizziness are all effects of _______ ________ _______.
Environmental Tobacco Smoke
Legal punishment, loss of money, strained friendships, strained parental relationships, and emotional difficulty are all ______ of tobacco
When chemicals from tobacco enter the bloodstream and decrease the amount of oxygen in the blood. This causes the heart to pump _____.
Lung tumors, mouth tumors, and pancreatic tumors are all forms of _____.
Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysema are forms of ______ ______.
Blood clots, constricted blood vessels, heart attacks, and strokes are forms of ________ _________.
Nicotine enters your blood, travels to the brain, and attaches to _______.
Once in your brain, nicotine causes effects throughout your body by ______ ______ ______.
Sending chemical messages.
Needing more tobacco to feel its effects is called ______.
________ _______ is when your body needs a drug to function properly.
________ ________ is the inability to control one's use of a drug.
_________ _______ is when you have a mental or emotional need for a drug.
_______ is the way in which the body responds when a dependent person stops using a drug.
______ dependence means you need a drug to function and _______ dependence means you think you need a drug to function.
Why do people have such different responses to tobacco?
No two people are the same.
The earlier you ____ using tobacco, the easier it is.
Quitting tobacco suddenly is called going ____ ____
Relapse means to _____ using tobacco after you have stopped.
A program designed to help a person stop smoking and never start again is called a _____ program.
To avoid relapse, it is important for someone who is quitting tobacco to avoid activities and places which are ______.
Several medicines that can reduce the discomfort of withdrawal contain ______, the same chemical that causes addiction.
Doctors, health professionals, and cessation counselors can help people do the ______ necessary to quit smoking for good.
Influence from your friends and other teens is called ______ ______.
Behaving like your family members or others you look up to, such as sports figures and actors, is called _________.
Passing out free samples of a product is one kind of ______.
You can more easily avoid tempting situations by _____ _____.
Saying no, changing the subject, joking, altering the offer, and leaving are all ways to ____ tobacco.
More connected friendships and better family relations are _____ benefits of quitting tobacco.
Better blood circulation and easier breathing are ______ benefits of quitting tobacco.
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