Drug Jeopardy

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Transcript Drug Jeopardy

Types of
Drugs
Tobacco
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Alcohol
Illegal
Drugs
Substance
Use &
Abuse
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A drug that can purchased
at a supermarket or
pharmacy.
(Tylenol)
Over The Counter Drug
A type of drug that needs to be
ordered by a physician.
Prescription Drug
A type of drug that slows down
the effects of the central
nervous system.
Depressant
Cocaine and amphetamines speed
up the body’s functions which
makes them a
Stimulant
A drug that distorts the senses
and changes the way the brain
perceives reality is a
Hallucinogen
Tobacco is a
Plant
What is the addictive
drug in cigarettes?
Nicotine
What is the sticky black
fluid that sticks to the cilia in
the lungs?
TAR
What is the colorless, odorless
gas found in tobacco smoke?
Carbon Monoxide
A condition in which the alveoli
become damaged and limits the
lungs ability to exchange
carbon dioxide for oxygen.
Emphysema
What does BAC stand for?
Blood Alcohol Concentration
Which BAC level is considered to
be legally intoxicated?
.01
.08
.80
.08
Name 5 factors that affect a
person’s BAC
Weight
Gender
Mood
Food
Quantity
Speed
Other Drugs
A condition that can lead to
alcohol poisoning, coma, or death.
Intoxication
A scarring of the liver due to
drinking alcohol is called.
Cirrohsis
Also known as a gateway
drug.
Marijuana
A stimulant that is highly
addictive and made from the
coca plant.
Cocaine
A designer drug also known as
MDMA or ADAM or EVE
Ecstasy
A narcotic that is typically injected
and gives the user an intense
feeling of happiness.
Heroin
A stimulant that is often referred
to as Speed, Ice or Crank
Methamphetamine
Taking another person’s
medication in hopes of feeling
better is
Drug Misuse
The use of any illegal substance is
considered to be
Drug Abuse
The need to take more of a
drug to get the same effects.
Tolerance
A condition in which a person
develops a mental or emotional
need for a drug.
Psychological Dependence
The unpleasant mental and
physical symptoms a person
experiences when he/she is
dependent on a drug and stops
using it.
Withdrawal