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Drugs in
Adolescence
Godim, 2013/2014
Escolas | João de Araújo Correia
Index
• Introduction
• What are drugs?
• Why do teenagers take drugs?
• What causes that can lead a teenager to try drugs?...
Introduction
This work is about adolescence, specifically drugs in
adolescence, their possible causes, consequences and
pr...
What are drugs?
Drugs are substances
(products) that change
the way you look and feel
your surroundings. May
originate in ...
Why do teenagers take
drugs?
Several scientific studies have been conducted over the years
looking for the causes that lea...
What causes that can lead
a teenager to try drugs?
• Curiosity;
• Lack of perspective;
• Escape;
• New experiences;
• Fad;...
Consequences
Drug use can cause acute complications (intoxication or
overdose) or chronic, with changes lasting or even ir...
Types of drugs commonly
used by adolescents
Cannabis Heroína
Cocaína
Ecstasy
Alcohol
Tobacco
Conclusion
Along this work we talk about several types of drugs. Soft drugs ,
like marijuana , which in many countries are...
Work performed by:
• Ana Pinto
• Cesarina Sousa
• Inês Paiva
• Joana Coutinho
LIFE IS OUR
BIGGEST
TRAVEL NOT
USE DRUGS!
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  1. 1. Drugs in Adolescence Godim, 2013/2014 Escolas | João de Araújo Correia
  2. 2. Index • Introduction • What are drugs? • Why do teenagers take drugs? • What causes that can lead a teenager to try drugs? • Consequences • Types of drugs commonly used by adolescents • Conclusion 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  3. 3. Introduction This work is about adolescence, specifically drugs in adolescence, their possible causes, consequences and prevention of these modes. The objectives of this study explore why adolescents are "attracted" by the drugs, and through this, help us guide our oral presentation proposed by the teacher of the discipline of English. Many boys and girls, given the frustrations turn to gangs. There are many books about it. Parents do not understand. Maybe the teens try to escape by drugs. Drugs are fatal to the body of any person, and furthermore, addictive personality and affect all of us.
  4. 4. What are drugs? Drugs are substances (products) that change the way you look and feel your surroundings. May originate in plants or be produced in the laboratory.
  5. 5. Why do teenagers take drugs? Several scientific studies have been conducted over the years looking for the causes that lead to the use and / or substance abuse. Although not a sealed type exists that identifies accurately and comprehensively the origin of consumption, there are some factors identified as common and cross- culturally: for fun, relaxation, pleasure, curiosity, pursuit of happiness, developing confidence, adventure, integration in specific group, self and peer-acceptance, listening and dancing to certain music, stay awake at night, revolt, mismanagement of feelings, soften the hangover, among others.
  6. 6. What causes that can lead a teenager to try drugs? • Curiosity; • Lack of perspective; • Escape; • New experiences; • Fad; • Wide availability of drugs; • Greater tolerance towards the use of some substances; • Stress caused by family conflicts and lack of family structure as distant parents, difficulty of parents set limits for your teen, significant changes (city, loss of a parent); • Personality traits: low self-esteem, low self confidence, aggressiveness, impulsivity, defiance, difficulty accepting being contradicted; • Psychiatric disorders: conduct, hyperactivity and attention deficit, depression, anxiety and other personality disorders.
  7. 7. Consequences Drug use can cause acute complications (intoxication or overdose) or chronic, with changes lasting or even irreversible. Other risks are also considered when dealing with teenagers is because all psychoactive substances when used improperly increase the risk of accidents and violence by reducing the care for self-preservation, already vulnerable among adolescents.
  8. 8. Types of drugs commonly used by adolescents Cannabis Heroína Cocaína Ecstasy Alcohol Tobacco
  9. 9. Conclusion Along this work we talk about several types of drugs. Soft drugs , like marijuana , which in many countries are not prohibited because it is considered to have excessively harmful effects ; and hard drugs like heroin , which are highly destructive and create a strong dependency. Currently , the most common among teenagers is synthetic , that are creating very serious problems . Maybe you seem very attractive escaping a reality that can now be difficult for you . Or maybe you feel too pressured by your friends, if not you take , they call you old- fashioned geek or dizzy child. Think you have much to lose. People who smuggle drugs play with your inexperience. To them, interests them you those tomes . And are adults . If you think you'd like to sample some mild drug, waiting for adult beings . At that point , you have all the information you need , your personality is formed and really will know what you're playing this bet . Now you can smash all your youth and , if you get hooked up your life . Being an adult is much more than having a fully formed body. It is the ability to decide when thou art in the game.
  10. 10. Work performed by: • Ana Pinto • Cesarina Sousa • Inês Paiva • Joana Coutinho
  11. 11. LIFE IS OUR BIGGEST TRAVEL NOT USE DRUGS!
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