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DRUGS-your
enemy!
Drugs-What are they?
· Banned by law
· Really dangerous and unhealthy
· People use them to get high or feel better
· Affect our behavior and senses completely
· There are natural and chemical drugs
What is a drug addiction?
· Constant need to
have it again and
again
· Physical addiction
· Mental addiction
Main reasons to start
· Your friends use it
· Curiosity-new and interesting
· Symbol of independents,rebellious
and being an adult
· The feeling of being high
· Easy to get
· Symbol of money and fame
What is what?
· Ecstasy · Methadone
· Meth · Cocaine
· Heroin · Crack
· Amphetamine · GHB
· LSD · Nervines
· Cannabis · Glues and varnishes
· White Chinese
The risky part
· Pure or not?
· What's in it?
· The level of strongness
· Making a coctail
· Unpredictable
· Cool diseases
· Overdose
Myths
· Amphetamine helps to for the exams
· Drugs aren't dangerous
· Cocaine-symbol of fame and glory
· Weekend with ecstasy-no harm
· I am not addicted,I can stop if i want to
· Weed isn' t a drug
· Drug dealer looks like a criminal
The ways of poisoning
· Preparing cocaine
and sniffing it in
· Taking a pill
· Making heroine dose
· Smoking
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Drugs and how they affect your health.

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Addiction and drugs

Smoking is a very addictive and risky hobby. So why do people start doing it in the first place? Firstly sometimes people try their first cigarette, they like it and so they start doing it more regularly. Secondly some people start smoking because there's a rumour saying that it's slimming. And another reason may be that it may relieve stress. After three or four cigarettes you get addicted to it because of nicotine. It is a drug that stimulates the brain. When the level of nicotine falls in your blood and you're a regular smoker, you usually develop withdrawal symptoms, such as craving, anxiety, restlessness, headaches, irritability, hunger, difficulty with concentration, or just feeling awful. These symptoms are relieved by the next cigarette. Most smokers need to smoke regularly to feel normal and to prevent nicotine withdrawal symptoms. So once you start smoking it is very hard to quit. But why is smoking so harmful? Cigarettes have tar in them which contains many chemicals

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Drugs and addiction

Addictions summary 2011 Table of contents 1. Addictions 3 Drug addiction 3 Behavioural addiction 3 2. Drug addictions 3 Smoking 3 Drinking alcohol 4 Doing drugs 4 3. Behavioral addictions 4 Playing video games 4 Use of the internet 5 Cutting 5 4

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Health

Surgical and intensive care units now use electronic equipment. Modern hospitals are full of advanced equipment such as X-ray machines, ultrasound scanners and life-support machines. Computers help hospitals keep laboratory and medical records. Hospitals use many disposable items for safety such as plastic thermometers, and hypodermic syringes and steel needles. They are used only once, so they cannot spread infection. Scientists have also discovered all kinds of important drugs, such as antibiotics, and certain diseases, including tuberculosis and smallpox, have been almost wiped out. Antibiotics are substances, produced by living things, that are poisonous to harmful bacteria, but no the patient. The most important antibiotic is penicillin. Doctors can now also transplant organs such as the heart and the kidneys. 3. The National Health Service The National Health Service was established in Britain after World War II. The government funds it

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The 4-Hour Body - An Uncommon Guide to Rapid Fat-Loss, Incredible Sex, and Becoming Superhuman - Timothy Ferriss

Highly recommended." --Dr. Stewart D. Friedman, adviser to Jack Welch and former director of the Work/Life Integration Program at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania "It's about time this book was written. It is a long-overdue manifesto for the mobile lifestyle, and Tim Ferriss is the ideal ambassador. This will be huge." --Jack Can eld, cocreator of Chicken Soup for the Soul®, 100+ million copies sold "Stunning and amazing. From mini-retirements to outsourcing your life, it's all here. Whether you're a wage slave or a Fortune 500 CEO, this book will change your life!" --Phil Town, New York Times bestselling author of Rule #1 "The 4-Hour Workweek is a new way of solving a very old problem: just how can we work to live and prevent our lives from being all about work? A world of in nite options awaits those who would read this book and be inspired by it!" --Michael E. Gerber, founder and chairman of E-Myth Worldwide and the world's #1 small business guru

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New matrix pre-intermediate student peatükk 3. Home and family

b. It's very hard for them it they have suddely leave and live out in the world on their own. c. Caroline was a real friend. d. She has friends, a boyfriend and a busy social life. e. I have to treat her like an adult and give her space. Ex. 4 1. Emma was unhappy. She was smoking and drinking. She kept missing school and getting terrible fights. She stayed out at night, wen clubs, often got into trouble with the police and even started taking drugs. 2. Caroline was fostered a lot of teenagers before. Caroline is kind and caring for Emma. She helped Emma to see that how important it was to go to school and live her life. 3. Emma decided to stay on at school, and worked hard for her exams. Emma was extremely lucky. Caroline want Emma to stay with them. Emma eas changes. She has a boyfriend and goes to university. Emma is very pleased with the changes in her life. Ex. 5 1

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