Don't Do Drugs Jerry 2

Don't Do Drugs Jerry 2

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  • Heroin can damage the cerebrum. When the cerebrum is damaged your body won't work right, that is why you have slurred speech and clumsiness.
  • The brain receives information, responds to information, and can maintain homeostasis. If Jerry keeps doing these drugs his brain won't work right.
  • I need to give you more background about the brain,
  • If you take heroin it can make you clumsy, these are the effects of the cerebellum getting damaged.
  • The same thing goes for alcohol, if you take it then you will have clumsiness, but also slower reflexes.
  • The cerebellum helps the brain control muscles and helps with balance. Alcohol and Heroin is a dangerous drug to thr cerebellum,
  • When you take heroin you can have slow breathing and heartbeat.
  • Alcohol can make you have slower reflexes, which means your brain stem is damaged.
  • Taking these drugs can also affect your brain stem. The brainstem controls involuntary actions of the body.
  • Heroin is part of a group of drug called opioids. Opioids are illegal group of drugs.
  • Heroin is a fine white powder or tiny pieces of light brown "rock"
  • Alcohol is a depressant drug. Which means this drug slows down your body like it lowers your blood pressure and heart rate.
  • Alcohol is usually found as beer and wine. 
  • Ok. I will never take alcohol and heroin again after what you taught me! It was a terrible mistake. Good thing I'm still ok and myself.
  • Jerry don't do drugs. Alcohol and heroin are life threatening and dangerous to the body. Listen to us Jerry!
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