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Summative Assessment (Addictive and psychotropic substances)

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Danial Syah Reza

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Summative Assessment (Addictive and psychotropic substances)
By: Danial Grade: 8B

Acetone – found in nail polish remover
Acetic Acid – an ingredient in hair dye
Ammonia – a common household cleaner
Arsenic – used in rat poison
Benzene – found in rubber cement
Butane – used in lighter fluid
Cadmium – active component in battery acid
Carbon Monoxide – released in car exhaust fumes
Formaldehyde – embalming fluid
Hexamine – found in barbecue lighter fluid
Lead – used in batteries
Naphthalene – an ingredient in moth balls
Methanol – a main component in rocket fuel
Nicotine – used as insecticide
Tar – material for paving roads
Toluene - used to manufacture paint
Describe the substance in cigarette and the effect on human health
Negative effect to Social life
When we get drunk because of alcohol/liquor, sometimes we create violence from problems that came from work, school and so on.
Alcoholism are sometimes the reason why marriages break up, due to verbally or physically abuse.
Describe the negative effects of liquor to social life and health
Depressant is a chemical agent that diminishes the activity or function of a specific body part.
example:
Depressants are given to people who need help staying out of a depressed mind.
Types of psychotropic substances are depressant, stimulant and hallucinogen; describe those types and the examples
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Physicallly:
Starts to have dark circles below eyes.
Starts to get skinny & bonny.
Blood shot (red) eyes.
Dilated pupils.
Injection marks.
Unusually skin color.
Describe the sign of a drug addict physically, emotionally and behaviorally; and ways to help them fight the addiction
Drug addiction is a disease that is featured by a disparaging pattern of drug abuse. The cause could be psychological, biological, and social. Some factors that is included psychological are depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder.
Describe why someone can become an addict and ways to protect ourselves from using drug
Are all psychotropic substances dangerous and have no use to our health?
The Effect to Human Health
Nicotine increases blood pressure and heart rate and also causes light head.
Carbon Monoxide is a toxic gas and can cause Carbon Monoxide poisoning.
Butane is a deadly chemical, when you inhale it can cause brain damage and even death.
Negative effect to Health
Alcohol interferes with the brain’s communication pathways.
Alcohol can also affect the way the brain looks and works.
Alcohol can also cause stroke and high blood pressure.
Too much alcohol can cause mouth cancer, throat cancer and breast cancer.
Too much alcohol can weaken your immune system.
Stimulants are drugs that temporarily increase alertness and awareness.
example:
Cocaine (rock cocaine, crack cocaine)
Caffeine
Nicotine
Sugar (sucrose, glucose, high fructose corn syrup)
Hallucinogens can cause subjective changes in perception, thought, emotion and consciousness. Can be divided into three broad categories,
example:
Psychedelics
Dissociatives
Deliriants
Emotionally:
Rapid Mood Swings.
Sometimes can be super hyper.
Starts to lose interest at the things they love/like.
Behaviorally:
Seems suspicious and maybe hiding something.
Additional behavior like overly sensitive.
Sometimes can suddenly be very aggressive.
Private behavior like locking their room everytime.
Ways to protect ourselves from using drugs:
Think and learn how to say "NO." to drugs.
Get involve in non-drinking activities.
Get help from family & friends.
Get educated and understand the risk of it.
Yes they are all very dangerous. But some of them are useful for our health because most medicines are consist of a little dose of drugs.
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