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Session 3 COUGH Cessation Student Advocates Training

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Transcript of Session 3 COUGH Cessation Student Advocates Training

SESSION 3
COUGH
Tobacco Cessation Student Advocate

An online training series
for college students who are interested in helping
tobacco users quit.
Overview
Nicotine & Addiction
Symptoms of Withdrawal
Types of Exposure
Health Effects
Healing from Tobacco Use
Nicotine and Addiction
Nicotine is found in all tobacco products. It travels through the blood to the brain where is boosts pleasure centers, causing a pleasant, happy feeling.

Adrenaline is then released, increasing heart rate and blood pressure, and making breathing rapid and shallow.

Nicotine is an addictive substance. It effects neurotransmitters in the brain, changing the way brain cells work. Nicotine is as addictive as heroin or cocaine.
Symptoms of Withdrawal
Intense craving for nicotine
Anxiety
Depression, or feeling down or sad
Drowsiness, trouble sleeping, bad dreams
Feeling tense, restless, frustrated, irritable, jumpy
Headache
Increased appetite, weight gain
Problems concentrating or thinking clearly
Types of Tobacco Exposure
Health Effects of Tobacco Use
Healing from Tobacco Dependence
How do you define addiction or dependence?
Firsthand, or Mainstream
Secondhand, Environmental, or Sidestream Smoke
Third-hand or Environmental
Passive Vaping
The smoke that the smoker breathes in.
Smoke that is breathed in as part of the ambient air. Classified in 2006 as a toxic air contaminant by the CA Air Resources Board.
Smoke particles from the air land on and stick to surfaces such as furniture, clothing, walls, and cars. Particles can be dislodged and inhaled or absorbed.
The aerosol produced by
e-cigarettes is released into the air. It contains volatile organic compounds (VOC) and ultra-fine particles.
In the short term:
yellow teeth and nails
bad breath
smelly hair and clothes
loss of athletic ability
decreased lung capacity
respiratory damage
elevated heart rate
decreased sense of taste and smell
addiction
financial cost
chronic cough
decreased immune system
Not always easy,
but it is possible!

You can help.
Review
Next Session
Evaluation
Nicotine & Addiction
Symptoms of Withdrawal
Types of Exposure
Health Effects
Healing from Tobacco Use
Cessation Best Practices
Brief Intervention
Stages of Change
Quit Tips
Slips and Relapse
Evaluation:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CCSA-Assessment-3
Session 3 Done
To get credit for this session, please follow the link to the brief evaluation:
Evaluation:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CCSA-Assessment-3

Photo: Utah Department of Public Health
COUGH Cessation Student Advocates Training Tips
AUDIO

this training is narrated, please ensure your speakers are on.
VIDEO

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LINKS

This training contains clickable links to other resources.
FULL SCREEN

Watching this training in full-screen mode will make it easier to read the text.
Questions? Email us at info@cyanonline.org
Click the arrow button or key to begin.
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