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Choosing to be tobacco free. Ch. 20 Lesson 2. Why do teens use tobacco?. Control weight Make them look cool/mature Stress reliever Peer Pressure. Tobacco Legislation.

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Why do teens use tobacco
Why do teens use tobacco?

Control weight

Make them look cool/mature

Stress reliever

Peer Pressure


Tobacco legislation
Tobacco Legislation

In 1998, tobacco companies and 46 states reached a legal settlement that restricts tobacco advertising aimed at young people. Tobacco companies are required to fund ads that will discourage teens from using tobacco products.

Non-Smoking States: 25 States + District of Columbia


How to avoid tobacco
How to Avoid Tobacco

Surround yourself with positive influences

Reduce Peer Pressure

Use Refusal Skills


Why quit
Why Quit?

Health Problems

Cost

Damaging effects of secondhand smoke

Not controlled by an addiction


Nicotine withdrawal vocab
Nicotine Withdrawal (Vocab)

The process that occurs in the body when nicotine, an addictive drug, is no longer used.

Symptoms: Irritability, difficulty concentrating, anxiety, sleep disturbance and cravings.


Nicotine substitutes vocab
Nicotine Substitutes (Vocab)

Products that deliver small amounts of nicotine into the user’s body while he or she is trying to give up the tobacco habit.

Examples: Patches, Gum, Electronic Cigarettes and inhalers


Tobacco cessation program vocab
Tobacco Cessation Program (Vocab)

A course that provides information and help for people who want to stop using tobacco.


Review
Review

What are 4 reasons smoking among teens is on a downward trend?

List reasons to quit smoking?

Why might people use a nicotine substitute when quitting smoking?


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