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Title: TOBACCO


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TOBACCO
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Whats in Tobacco
  • Nicotine narrows blood vessels to and from the
    heart.

Nicotine is alsofound ininsect sprays!
nicotine A drug that speeds up the heartbeat
and affects the central nervous system
3
Whats in Tobacco
  • Carbon monoxide attaches to red blood cells,
    preventing them from carrying a full load of
    oxygen.

Carbon monoxide isalso found incar exhaust!
carbon monoxide A poisonous, odorless gas
produced when tobacco burns
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Whats in Tobacco
  • If tar is allowed to build up in the lungs,
    breathing problems and lung disease can result.

tar A thick, oily, dark liquid that forms when
tobacco burns
1 years worth of tar
6
How Tobacco Harms the Body
  • Nicotine use is linked to heart and lung disease
    including cancer and emphysema.

emphysema A disease that occurs when the tiny
air sacs in the lungs lose their elasticity, or
ability to stretch
Teens who smoke find it harder to play sports and
stay physically active.
7
Nicotine and Addiction
  • Breaking an addiction to nicotine can be
    extremely difficult.

addiction The bodys physical or mental need
for a drug or other substance
People who try to break their addiction may
experience shakiness, headache, nervousness, and
sleeping problems.
8
Nicotine and Addiction
  • Tobacco has a harmful effect on many parts of the
    body.

Skin
MouthTeeth Throat
Lungs
Heart
Fingers
StomachBladder Colon
Brain
BloodVessels
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Tobacco Forms
  • Smoked
  • Cigarettes
  • Bidis
  • Cigars
  • Pipes
  • Chewed
  • Chewing tobacco
  • Snuff

11
Other Forms of Tobacco
  • Tobacco can also be brought into the body through
    cigars, pipes, bidis, chewing tobacco, and snuff.

snuff Finely ground tobacco that is inhaled or
held in the mouth or cheeks
Smokeless tobacco products are also habit-forming
and are not safe alternatives to cigarettes.
12
Other Forms of Tobacco
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  • Smokeless tobacco products can cause
  • White spots on your gums and inside your cheeks
    that can turn into cancer
  • Bad breath
  • Stains on teeth
  • Cavities
  • Gum disease

13
Lesson 2 Teens and Tobacco
14
Facts about Teens and Tobacco
  • Inaccurate beliefs about tobacco use may be
    responsible for the fact that every day, 4,000
    young people try their first cigarette.

15
Facts about Teens and Tobacco
Some Teens Believe In Reality
Smoking makes a person look cool. Tobacco stains teeth, leads to bad breath, and causes wrinkled skin.
Tobacco makes teens more accepted among their peers. Between 70 and 80 percent of teens have never tried tobacco. Teens who use tobacco are also more likely to get in fights, carry weapons, and use alcohol and other drugs.
Using tobacco makes teens seem more grown up. The number of adult tobacco users is on the decline.
Tobacco wont hurt your health for many years. Some of tobaccos effects begin with the first use. Tobacco use is habit-forming. Once a person starts using tobacco, it can be very difficult to quit.
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Resisting Negative Influences
  • Many teens are influenced by negative peer
    pressure.

negative peer pressure Pressure you feel to go
along with harmful behaviors or beliefs of your
peers
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Resisting Negative Influences
  • The media is another negative influence.

media The various methods of communicating
information, including newspapers, magazines,
radio, television, and the Internet
Tobacco use is glamorized in many movies and pop
songs.
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Tobacco Advertising
  • Advertisers are attempting to target teens with
    point-of-sale promotions, giveaways, and
    Internet advertising intended for teens.

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Lesson 3 - Refusal Skills
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Using Refusal Skills
  • Be prepared with some reasons for saying no.
  • Practice saying no in an assertive style.
  • Speak in a firm voice with your head and
    shoulders up.

21
Kicking the Tobacco Habit
  • Methods of quitting include
  • Cold turkey
  • Nicotine replacement therapies (NRT)
  • Community support groups
  • School programs

22
Tobacco and the Nonsmoker
  • Secondhand smoke pollutes the air and turns
    nonsmokers into passive smokers.

secondhand smoke A mixture of the smoke given
off by the burning end of tobacco products and
the smoke exhaled by smokers
passive smokers Nonsmokers who breathe in
secondhand smoke
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Tobacco and the Nonsmoker
  • Passive smokers can develop the same health
    problems as smokers.
  • Children are severely harmed by secondhand smoke.

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Rights of the Nonsmoker
Your Rights as a Nonsmoker
You have the right to breathe air free of tobacco
smoke.
You have the right to ask people not to smoke
around you.
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Rights of the Nonsmoker
  • The government has passed laws regulating places
    where tobacco products can be used.
  • Restaurants set aside areas for nonsmokers.
  • Smoking in offices and factories is prohibited.
  • Many towns and cities have banned outdoor smoking
    at beaches, playgrounds, and public gardens.

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