Hpe2 Drug Ed

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Name: Autumn Burnam

Hour: 1st Date: 4/29/2013

Teacher: Mr. McGee

Drug Education - Tobacco
TCAPS HPE – II
Students Notes & Study Guide

1 Teens and TobaccoWhy Teens Use Tobacco

Complete the table with details about how friends, family, and the media influence a teen’s decision whether to use tobacco.

|Influence on Tobacco Use |Positive Influence |Negative Influence | | | | | |Friends |a. If dont use, you dont use |b. If they use, your most likely going to use | | | | | |Family |c. If they dont do it you not ifluences to do |d. If you see them do it you get influenced to | | |and encouarage you not to. |do it | | | | | |Media |e. Advertisements for anti- smoking and the bad|f. The Advertisements with little people of | | |effects can help you see why not to do it |camels or celebirtys doing it will make you | | | |think it ok |

Tobacco Products
Complete the graphic organizer with details about tobacco products.

1 Tobacco Products are classified as

a.Smoked products such asc. Cigarette d. Cigar e. Pipe

b.Smokeless products such as f. Chew g.Snuff h. Patches

both contain the drugi. Nicotine

Chemicals in Tobacco Products
Acetone, Ammonia, Arsenic, Benzene, ect...

1 Nicotine and the Body

What are two effects of nicotine on each of the following body systems? Respiratory system: Increases Mucus Production, Decreases muscle action in lungs' airways Nervous system: Increases activity level, Mimics neurotransmitter, decreases some reflex actions, Activates the brains “reward pathway” Cardiovascular system: Increases heart rate and the force of contractions, increases blood pressure, reduces blood flow, increases risk of blood clotting Digestive system: Increases saliva production, Decreases the amount of insulin released from the pancreas, Increases bowel activity List the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal.

1. Headaches
2. Irritability
3. Difficulty sleeping
4. Inability to concentrate
Intense nicotine cravings
Other Dangerous Chemicals
Complete the graphic organizer with details about harm resulting from tar and carbon monoxide in tobacco smoke.

Causes Effects

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4 Risks of Tobacco Use

Long-Term Risks
What three serious health problems are associated with long-term use of tobacco? a. Risks of developing respiratory diseases, and diff forms of cancers b. Death
c. Effects on children when born

Respiratory Diseases
Complete the graphic organizer about the effects of chronic bronchitis and emphysema.

CauseEffects

Cardiovascular Disease
Complete the table about increased risks of cardiovascular disease to smokers compared to nonsmokers.

|Type of Cardiovascular Disease |ncreased Risk to Smokers | |a. more likely to have a stroke |two to three times...
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