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Cocaine and Pubic Lice(crabs)

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Cocaine and Pubic Lice(crabs)
Cocaine
Crabs and Alcohol
Facts and Prevention
Cocaine Info
Cocaine is C17H21NO4
It is called benzoylmethyl ecogine
It is a powerful addicting stimulant drug
Cocaine can be snorted, or dissolved in water and injected
Cocaine is illegal in U.S.
Cocaine is from coca leaves
Pure cocaine is from Erythroxylon coca brush
Cocaine is usually white and odorless
Cocaine short-term effects
Loss of appetite
Increase heart rate, blood Pressure, body temperature
Contract blood vessels
Increase breathing rate
Dilated pupil
Disturbed sleep pattern
Nausea
Hyperstimulation
Sometime violent behavior
Hallucination
Intense euphoria
Anxiety
Depression
Intense drug craving
Panic
Convulsions, seizures and sudden death
Causes heart, kidney, brain and lung damages
Cocaine Long-term damages
Permanent damage to blood vessels of heart and brain
High blood pressure
Liver, kidneys and lung damages
Destrustions of tissues in nose if sniffed
Respiratory failure if smoked
Infectious diseases and abcessed if injected
Weight loss
Tooth decay
Hallucination
Sexual problems, reproductive damage and infertility
Confused exhaustion
Mood disturbance
Frequently risky behaviors
Delirium
Tolerance and addiction
Pubic Lice (Crab)
paracite insects mostly found in the pubic/genital area
Three stages of pubic lice:
Nit: When they are still tiny white-yellowish lice eggs,
Nymph: young louse that look like an adult, but smaller and must feed on blood.
Adult: looks kind of like a miniature crab through a microscope, look kind of greyish-white and the females are usually larger than males.
Pubic lice are usually found in the genital area on pubic hair, but you can also find them on eyelashes, eyebrows, leg hair, armpits, mustaches, and beards.
Pubic lice does not cause diseases, but it causes itches in the infested area.
scratching can cause sores and second bacterial infection of the skin.
Crabs are usually sexually transmitted.
Unique fact: Pubic lice are called crabs, because of their two pincher front paws that give them crab like appreance.
Effect on Body parts
Heart: Cocaine increases heart rate and blood pressure while stopping the arteries to supply blood to the heart. This can cause a heart attack. Cocaine can also trigger abnormal heart rhythm called Arrhythmia.
Brain: Cocaine can stop blood vessels in the brain, causing strokes. Cocaine can cause seizures and can lead to blizarre or violent behaviors.
Lungs and respiratory system: Cocaine damages the nose and sinuses. It can also cause nasal perforation. In some people, cocaine can also cause permanent lung damages.
Gastrointestinal tract: Constricts blood vessels supplying the guts. Oxygen starvation can cause ulcers, or even perforation of the stomach or intestines.
Kidneys: Can cause kidney failure through a process called rhabdomyolysis.
Sexual functions: Can cause impair sexual functions in men and woman. For men, ejaculation can be delayed
Alcohol
Alcohol is made from fermented fruits, vegetables, and grain
Alcohol can be used as a cleanser, an antiseptic, or a sedative
Alcohol affects the central nervous system
it slows down the nervous system. It can block some messages from your brain to the body. Which will alter a person's perceptions, emotions, movement, vision, and hearing
Alcohol can make a person feel relaxed in a small amount
more alcohol can cause changes in the brain, resulting in intoxication
Intoxication can make someone very friendly or very agressive
Intoxicated people may think they are moving properly but they are not
A large amount of alcohol can cause Alcohol poisoning
Alcohol poisoning can result to vomiting, extreme sleepiness, unconsciousness, breathing difficulty, dangerously low blood pressure, seizures, and sudden deaths may occur
Prevention on alcohol
socialize without alcohol
avoid going to bars
do not keep alcohol in your home
make new non-drinking friends
do activities that do not include alcohol
avoid reaching alcohol when stressed
limit your alcohol intake to a moderate level
Create awareness about how the effects that alcohol can cause to your body
Talk with elders about your alcohol uses
Cocaine Fun facts
Native South Americans chew on Coca leaves because they believe that it will protect them against illnesses.
Penis gets a huge erection...
Cocaine was marketed in a Fortified wine in France in 1863
Coca Cola was originally containing nine MG of cocaine per serving.
Sherlock Holmes was a frequent user of Cocaine.
Preventions
prevention on cocaine uses
spread awareness
learn how to deal with peer pressure
find moral support to encourage you to not do drugs

Prevention on crabs
people infested with crabs should be treated
sexual contact between the infested person and their partners should be avoided until they have been examined and/or treated
wash and dry the invested person's clothes, bed linens, and towels in hot water and dry on heat.
Person with crabs should be checked to see if they have any other STD.

Bibliography
http://www.cdc.gov/parasites/lice/pubic/prevent.html

http://www.cdc.gov/parasites/lice/pubic/gen_info/faqs.html

http://www.webmd.com/mental-health/cocaine-use-and-its-effects

http://www.drugfreeworld.org/drugfacts/cocaine/effects-of-cocaine.html

www.druginfo.adf.org.au

kidshealth.org
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