ATOD Summative

Updated: 3/18/2021
ATOD Summative

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  • hey anna!Guess what, I was talking to my friend and he gave my some weed. Do you want to smoke with me?
  • Uhhhh......no
  • well let me tell you because you obviously don't know what your doing
  • DO YOU KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT WHAT DRUGS CAN DO TO YOU?!
  • WHAT!?!?!?
  • OH NO!!!
  • ATOD's can really mess up your life for example if I were to use ATOD's it will probably affect if I'm able to become a doctor
  • I hope you tell your parents because we want to make sure you have a strong positive relationships with your parents
  • well first of all Addictive substances physically change the brain over time. When an addiction develops, changes in the brain cause the user to prioritize the substance over everything else.
  • BRAINS YOUNGER THAN 25 ARE STILL UNDER CONSTRUCTION SO ATOD'S CAN HAVE VERY BAD EFFECTS ON IT
  • Drug abuse can lead to mental health issues including paranoia, depression, anxiety, aggression, hallucinations, and other problems.
  • Drug abuse can cause Irregular heartbeats, heart attacks and strokes.
  • Another consequence can include heart or lung disease, cancer, mental illness, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis
  • Alcohol, tobacco and other drugs act as stimulants and depressants
  • either speed you up or slow you down based on the amount with potentially lethal consequences.
  • I know but I didn't know how to say no to him
  • Well some things you could do next time are: Say “NO”, Your voice should be clear and firm, and Make direct eye contact.
  • WOW! Thanks Anna!
  • It's also really good if your parents more involved in your life and that they meet your friends!
  • Also a good way to help is if you are actively involved in community, school, religious institutions
  • It's ok just make sure you always say NO
  • Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
  • ICE CREAM!!!!!!
  • I think so