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					   A narcotic is a
    ______________________________________________
    _______
   a). An addictive drug that does not alter a
    person’s mood, reduce pain, and/or induce sleep
    or drowsiness.
   b). An addictive drug that alters a person’s
    mood, reduces pain, and/or induces sleep or
    drowsiness.
   c). A drug that is always illegal
   d). A drug that has relatively no effect on the
• All of the following are illicit drugs
  except_________
• a). cocaine
• b). LSD
• c). PCP
• d). Oxycodone
• ___________ is a psychoactive drug
  that produces hallucinations or altered
  sensory perception
• a). halogen
• b). hallucinogen
• c). depressant
• d). stimulant
• All of the following are
  neurotransmitters except________
• a). serotonin
• b). dopamine
• c). glutamate
• d). estrogen
• Cocaine is a _________________________
• a). stimulant and appetite suppressant
• b). substance that induces hunger and
  drowsiness
• c). stimulant and a depressant
• d). a hallucinogen and a depressant
• Hallucinogens
  ______________________________________
• a). disrupt the interaction between nerve
  cells and the neurotransmitter serotonin
• b). disrupt the interaction between the lungs
  and heart.
• c). disrupt the interaction between the
  norepinephrine and dopamine
• d). disrupt the interaction between the
  serotonin the glutamate
• The drug that is used to make crack is
  derived from the leaves of
  the____________________
• a). poppy plant
• b). cannabis sativa
• c). coca plant
• d). oak tree
• Which of the following is true about
  cocaine
• a). It is made from the same plant that
  is used to make opium
• b). It is a topical anesthetic meaning
  that it has the ability to numb.
• c). It is a depressant
• d). It may have a similar effect to that
  of marijuana causing a person to
  experience what is known as the
  “munchies”.
• When cocaine is made into a rock it is
  ____________
• a). smoked
• b). chewed
• c). injected
• d). snorted
•   LSD is also known as
•   a). Lyterjic Diethylamide Serotonin
•   b). Lysergic Serotonin Diethylamide
•   c). Lysol Soap Detergent
•   d). Lysergic Acid Diethylamide
• Where does LSD come from?
• a). From a fungus that grows under the
  refrigerator
• b). mushrooms
• c). from coca leaves
• d). from a fungus that grows on bread
• LSD’s effects depend on which of the
  following
• a). a person’s personality
• b). the mood of the person
• c). expectations
• d). all of the above
• LSD flashbacks are the result of
  ________________________
• a). The acid eating away the grey
  matter of the brain causing permanent
  damaging
• b). An extremely traumatic experience
  while under the influence of LSD
• c). Damage to the retina and cornea as
  a result of the acid affecting the eyes
• d). none of the above
• Phencyclidine is also known
  as_____________
• a). PCP
• b). Opium
• c). penicillin
• d). all of the above
• PCP disrupt the neurotransmitter
  glutamate
  which________________________________
  _____________________________________
  __________
• a). controls the sensation of pains
• b). regulates our mood
• c). regulates your fluid electrolyte
  balance d). all of the above
• Angel Dust is the street name
  for________________________
• a). PCP
• b). LSD
• c). THC
• d). Powdered cocaine
• The chemical name for ecstasy is
  __________________________________
• a). methemcdonaldsfriesandacoke
• b). methylenedioxymethamphetamine
• c). methylorickyrossandbritneyspears
• d). methylenediethylamidenucleusman
•   What plant is ecstasy derived from
•   a). The poppy plant
•   b). Ergot
•   c). The cannabis sativa
•   d). none of the above
• Ecstasy has effects similar to that of
  ________________________
• a). a stimulant and a depressant
• b). a stimulant and a local anesthetic
• c). a stimulant and a hallucinogen
• d). depressant and a appetite
  suppressant
• The most notable effect of ecstasy is
  _____________________________________
• a). an increased sense of touch
• b). an extra sensory perception or ESP
• c). it’s ability to act as a depressant
• d). both a and c
True or False
Ecstasy can cause a person to become
 hyper
Smokeless tobacco is less addictive than
 tobacco that is smoked
Cigarettes contain small amounts of rat
 poison and insecticide
Leukocytes are white patches that
 develop in the mouth as a result of
 irritation caused by the use of
 smokeless tobacco.
What drug is being described?
Loss of coordination, memory and
 learning ability. Cause anxiety paranoia
 and panic attacks.
acts as a stimulant and can cause a
  person to lose their appetite.
33. causes an increased sensitivity to
 touch and hyperactivity
May cause hyperthermia because of the
 physiological effects and the situations
 in which it is often used
Was once used a topical anesthetic
 because of its numbing effect
Environmental smoke is a Group B
 Carcinogen.
Smoking marijuana cannot cause lung
 cancer
Cocaine will cause a person to grind their
 teeth
Marijuana acts as an appetite suppressant
THC does not occur naturally
LSD is a hallucinogen
It is possible for a person with no history
  of mental illness to suffer long lasting
  effects from LSD.
Other substances are often added to
 drugs like marijuana and ecstacy
In high doses ecstasy may cause
  hypothermia
Smoking marijuana is not believed to
 cause any forms of cancer
LSD use can cause a person to die of
 water intoxication.
 ___________ is the active drug in
  marijuana
a) tetrahydrocanibinnol
  b).methelyendioxymethamphetamine
  c).lysergic acid diethylamide
  d).cannibus
The alcohol in alcoholic beverages is also
  called______________________
a). ether
b). ethanol
c). euphoria
d). fermentation
 _____________ is a colorless, flammable
  liquid obtained by the fermentation of
  sugars and starches
a). ether
b). ethanol
c). euphoria
d). sodium
 __________________ may result from
  ecstasy’s ability to increase one’s
  senses, especially concerning feelings
  of thirst.
a).water denaturation
b). water fermentation
c). water intoxication
d). water inebriation
Alcohol is a _______________
a). stimulant
b). depressant
c). hallucinogen
d). all of the above e). both a and c
A __________ is an agent especially a drug
  that decreases the rate of vital
  physiological actions.
a). stimulant
b). depressant
c). hallucinogen
d). all of the above e). both a and d
What is the legal (BAC) in North Carolina
a). 8.0
b). 0.8
c). 0.08
d). 0.10
(BAC) is the
  _________________________________
a). The concentration of alcohol present
  in one’s blood stream
b). The concentration of alcohol in the
  atmosphere (blood atmospheric content)
c). The amount of alcohol present on a
  given continent (blood alcohol
  continent)
d). Smell of alcohol on a person’s breath
How does food affect the rate of alcohol absorption?
a). When a person has nothing in their stomach alcohol moves to
   and is absorbed more quickly by the small intestine. In the small
   intestine alcohol makes a quicker transition into the blood
   stream than it would in the stomach. Food helps absorb the
   alcohol and keeps it from reaching the small intestine.
b). When a person has nothing in their stomach alcohol moves to
   and is absorbed more quickly by the large intestine. In the large
   intestine alcohol makes a quicker transition into the blood
   stream than it would in the stomach. Food helps absorb the
   alcohol and keeps it from reaching the large intestine.
c). It has no affect what so ever
d). if you eat before you drink and think drink coffee, you will
   sober up more quickly.
What factors affect the rate of alcohol
  absorption?
a). Whether or not a person has been
  eating. b). The amount of body fat a
  person has
c). the size of a person
d). all of the above
e). only a and c
 What is the legal age for a person to buy
  and consume alcohol
a). 18
b). 19
c). 20
d). 21
True or False
It is legal for teen to buy alcohol as long
  as an adult is present
The legal (BAC) for an 18 year old is .03
The legal (BAC) for a 19 year old is .07
The legal limit for a 20 year old is .08
It is illegal for individuals under the age
  of 21, to buy, posses, or consume
  alcohol.
If a person does not consume alcohol
  before driving they do not have to be
  concerned about others that do.
Alcohol abuse is five times more frequent
 in women
Alcoholism does not run in families
Certain ethnic groups have a genetic
 predisposition to alcoholism
In most Islamic countries what is the legal
  age for alcohol consumption .
Nicotine is classified as
 __________________
Which neurotransmitter is related to the
 pleasure/reward center of the brain?
______________ is the neurotransmitter is
 associated with mood, if the interaction
 between this chemical and nerve cells
 is interrupted it can cause
 hallucinations.
The ____________ in cigarettes causes
 addiction
When tobacco is burned it produces a
 gross sticky substance called
 __________
This gas found in car exhaust is also
 found in cigarette smoke.
This gas which is used as poison in the
  gas chamber is also found in cigarette
  smoke.
___________________
 Our body absorbs this gas more quickly
  than oxygen, when inhaled it replaces
  the oxygen in our blood and causes us
  to suffocate.
______________________
Any agent that causes cancer is called a
 ______________
Smokeless tobacco is less addictive than
 tobacco that is smoked
Cigarettes contain small amounts of rat
 poison and insecticide
Leukocytes are white patches that
 develop in the mouth as a result of
 irritation caused by the use of
 smokeless tobacco.
Environmental smoke is a Group B
 Carcinogen.
Smoking marijuana cannot cause lung
 cancer
Environmental smoke is a Group B
 Carcinogen.
Smoking marijuana cannot cause lung
 cancer
___________ is a condition in which the
 cilia in the bronchi become damaged
 with repeated use of tobacco. Leading
 to a build up of tar in the lungs, causing
 chronic coughing and excessive mucus
 secretions
___________ is a disease that destroys the
  tiny air sacs of the lungs. They become
  less elastic making in more difficult for
  them to absorb oxygen.
Cocaine is a local anesthetic meaning that
 _________________
How does carbon monoxide cause a
 person to suffocate?
 ______________________________________
 ______________________________________
 ______________________________________
 ______________________________________
 _
Because ecstasy is a stimulant and is
 usually used in situations in which a
 person might be dancing for hours at a
 time it is possible for a person to fall
 victim to__________

				
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