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State Health education standard 3
students will demonstrate health promoting and risk-reducing behaviors to prevent substance abuse
State Health education standard 4
students will demonstrate the ability to apply prevention and intervention knowledge, skill, and processes to promote safety in the home, school, and community
List 2 objectives and examples of for standard 3
- 1) examine the consequences of drug use, misuse, and abuse
- -short term and long term effects of drugs and alcohol and tobacco
- -guidelines for safe use of medicine
- 2) access information for treatment of addictive behaviors
- -recognize signs of addiction
- -explain need for professional intervention for those affected by addiction
List 2 objectives and examples of for standard 4
- 1) Recognize emergencies and respond apporiately
- - create personal disaster safety plans
- -demonstrate basic first-aid and cpr/aed procedures
- 2) identify and respond appropriately to harassment and violent behaviors
- -recognize sexual harassment and identify method to stop it
- -identify abusive behaviors
List 4 general topics of standard 3
- short and long term effects of drugs,alcohol, tobacco and impact on individual and families
- peer pressure and drug use
- media and marketing tactics to promote drug products
- signs of addiction
list 5 general topics of standard
- recognize unhealthy or dangerous environments
- safety guidelines
- enhancing personal safety
- internet safety
- 10 abusive behaviors
an experience of powerlessness over a compulsive behavior which results in that person's life becoming unmanageable
Describe the 3 stages of addiction
- 1) person experiences joy or euphoria induced by substance/activity (this is the hook)
- 2) the brain does not return to its normal state after using the substance. a low or pain is felt. the changes in the brain chemistry cause the individual to feel pain when the drug wears off. so they take more. this is especially dangerous for teen as their brain is still under construction. continued use can lead to brain damage.
- 3) this is the disease stage. the addict is controlled by their substance of choice. nothings matters more than satisfying their desperate need.
Active ingredient in alcohol.
One drink refers to ______________.
- 12 oz beer
- 5 oz glass of wine
- 1.5 ox of 80 proof liquor
- 0.06 oz of alcohol
4 things that can affect the rate of absorption.
- body weight
- rate of consumption
3 organs most affected by alcohol.
Legal limit (BAC) in Utah.
Cost of smoking (yearly)
Cancers associated with smokeless tobacco
tongue, mouth, throat,larynx, cheek cancers
List a few ingredients in smoking and describe what their general use
- carbon monoxide= car exhaust
- arsenic= weed and insect killer
- hydrogen cyanide= poison
- formaledhyde= presevative
Consequences of drug abuse
List the 6 classes of psychoactive drugs
- central nervous system depressants
- central nervous system stimulants
- MJ and other cannibis products
Energy drink industry is worth how much?
List 5 things caffeine can do to the body.
- weight gain
- mild addiction and mood swings
- jolt and crash cycle
- dilates blood vessels
5 characteristics of unhealthy relationships
- -criticsizes you
- -controlling behaviors
- -blames you for brusts
Know your “teen dating violence notes”
5 leading causes of death for youth
accidents, homicide, suicide, cancer, and heart disease
List 5 of the new club drugs
- special K
- Foxy Methoxy
- YA BA
- blue mystic
3 cell phone safety tips
- 1) protect your privacy
- 2) respect others
- 3) use common sense
Name the 3”d”s of bullying
What would you like to do?
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