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QOD. “If you can dream it, you can do it”. Walt Disney. Chapter 13 Lesson 1 and Lesson 2. Alcohol. Alcohol. What is Alcohol Effects of Alcohol on the body Alcohol on the individual Alcohol content of different drinks and BAC Alcohol and Teens Journal Entry. What is Alcohol?.

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QOD

  • “If you can dream it, you can do it”.

    Walt Disney


Chapter 13 lesson 1 and lesson 2

Chapter 13 Lesson 1 and Lesson 2

Alcohol


Alcohol

Alcohol

  • What is Alcohol

  • Effects of Alcohol on the body

  • Alcohol on the individual

  • Alcohol content of different drinks and BAC

  • Alcohol and Teens

  • Journal Entry


What is alcohol

What is Alcohol?

  • ALCOHOL: IS A DRUG THAT IS PRODUCED BY A CHEMICAL REACTION IN FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and GRAINS.

  • Ethanol (Sedative)

  • Depressant

    -Slows down body

    -Central Nervous System (Brain, Spinal Cord)


What does alcohol affect in the body

What does Alcohol affect in the body?

  • Brain and Central Nervous System

  • Mouth and Esophagus

  • Heart and Blood Vessels

  • Liver

  • Stomach and Pancreas


Brain and nervous system

Brain and Nervous System

SHORT TERM

-Speech is slurred

-Vision is blurred

LONG TERM

-Brain Cells Destroyed. CAN’T BE REPLACED

-Nerves: Numbness throughout body (hands and feet)


Mouth and esophagus

Mouth and Esophagus

SHORT TERM

-Tongue, gums and throat affected (drys out)

-Breath smells of alcohol

LONG TERM

-Esophagus damage (possible bleeding)


Heart and blood vessels

Heart and Blood Vessels

SHORT TERM

-Sweat increases

-Skin becomes flushed

LONG TERM

-High Blood Pressure (blood thins, loses h2o)

-Damage to heart (blood vessels harden, less flexible)


Liver

Liver

  • LONG TERM

  • Liver damage

  • CIRRHOSIS- SCARRING AND DESTRUCTION OF LIVER

  • Liver breaks down the alcohol to water and CO2.


Stomach and pancreas

Stomach and Pancreas

SHORT TERM

-Stomach acids increase, vomiting and nausea can result

LONG TERM

-Stomach lining irritation or bleeding (Ulcers)

-Inflamed pancreas


Alcohol and the individual

Alcohol and the Individual

  • Body Size-Greater effect on smaller person

  • Gender-Moves into bloodstream faster in F

  • Time Frame- Rapid drinking, rapid intox

    -Liver can’t break down quick enough

  • Amount- Can cause poisoning

  • Food- Slows down absorption

  • Medicine- Work together or vs.


Alcohol content

Alcohol Content

  • With .5 oz of pure alcohol all are equal:

    -12 oz. Beer (4% alcohol by volume)

    -4 oz. Wine (12% alcohol by volume)

    -1.25 oz. Vodka/Whiskey (40% alcohol by volume)


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BAC

  • *BLOOD ALCOHOL CONCENTRATION- amount of alcohol in the blood stream.

  • .05- (1 Drink) Sedation and loss of self control

  • .08- Legally intoxicated. (Impaired by Alcohol)

  • .14- Loss of coordination and judgement

  • .18- Very slow reaction time

  • .27- (5-6 Drinks) Stupor (Just there)

  • .36- (7-8 Drinks) Unconsciousness,Death


Binge drinking

BINGE DRINKING

  • THE CONSUMPTION OF SEVERAL ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IN A VERY SHORT PERIOD OF TIME.

  • CAN CAUSE DEATH


Alcohol and teens

Alcohol and Teens

  • Language skills decrease.

  • Reduces levels of hormones essential to growth.

  • Can delay aspects of sexual maturity.


Alcohol teens and d anger

Alcohol Teens and Danger

  • College campus suicide deaths (66%)

  • Traffic deaths including alcohol (50%)

  • Violent crimes (25%)

  • Rape cases (33% to 66%)


Activity 1

Activity #1

  • Come up with 2 ways alcoholic drinks are similar to other beverages and come up with 2 ways they are not.


Activity 2

Activity #2

  • Share what day to day routine activities involve skill and precision?


Activity 3

Activity #3

  • Goggles activities or Debate Legal Drinking Age


Journal entry

JOURNAL ENTRY

  • How can alcohol affect your physical health in a negative way? How can alcohol affect your goals you have for school, and life? (How will you avoid alcohol to stay focused on your goals?)


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