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Tobacco and Teens. Presenters: Jessica Casseus Sanschy Merlin Phalante Valcin. Tobacco and Teens. Part 1: Tobacco Use Part 2: Negative Effects of Tobacco Use. Part:1 Tobacco Use. Forms of Tobacco Harmful Chemicals in Tobacco. Tobacco Use.

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Tobacco and teens
Tobacco and Teens


Jessica Casseus

Sanschy Merlin

Phalante Valcin

Tobacco and Teens

Part 1: Tobacco Use

Part 2: Negative Effects of Tobacco Use

Part 1 tobacco use
Part:1Tobacco Use

  • Forms of Tobacco

  • Harmful Chemicals in Tobacco

Tobacco use
Tobacco Use

Have you ever had a situation in which you came into contact with any type of Tobacco?

Forms of tobacco
Forms of Tobacco

  • Cigarettes

  • Chew/Snuff

  • Pipe Tobacco

  • Cigars

Forms of tobacco1
Forms of Tobacco

  • Cigarette

    - a small paper-wrapped cylinder of cured and shredded or cut tobacco leaves. The cigarette is ignited at one end and allowed to burn for the purpose of inhalation of its smoke from the filtered end, inserted in the mouth.

Forms of tobacco2
Forms of Tobacco

  • Chewing tobacco

    - Tobacco that is chewed, not smoked. A form of smokeless tobacco.

  • Snuff

    - Tobacco in the form of a powder that is inhaled into the nose, not smoked.

Forms of tobacco3
Forms of Tobacco

  • Pipe Tobacco

    - Usually shredded and cut to pack into the bowl of a pipe.

  • There are two basic styles of pipe tobacco;

    - Pipe Tobacco English

    - Aromatic pipe tobacco

Forms of tobacco4
Forms of Tobacco

  • Pipe Tobacco English style means only the natural, unflavored tobaccos are used.

  • Aromatic pipe tobacco means that it is enhanced with a variety of flavors: fruit, nuts, vanilla, chocolate, mint, and so on.

Forms of tobacco5
Forms of Tobacco

  • Cigar

    - a tightly rolled bundle of tobacco leaves that have already been dried and fermented. which is lit (that is, ignited) for the purpose of inhaling (or merely drawing into the mouth rather than into the lungs) its smoke

Harmful chemicals in tobacco
Harmful Chemicals in Tobacco

  • Acetone

  • Ammonia

  • Arsenic

  • Butane

  • Carbon monoxide

  • DDT/Deildrin

  • Ethanol

Harmful chemicals in tobacco cont
Harmful Chemicals in Tobacco (Cont….)

  • Formaldehyde

  • Hydrogen Cyanide

  • Methanol

  • Methane

  • Nicotine

  • Toluene

Part 2 negative effects of smoking
Part 2:Negative Effects Of Smoking

  • Personal and Societal Effects of Smoking

  • Illnesses related to the Respiratory and Circulatory System

  • Why Teens Smoke

  • Ways to “Say No”

Personal and societal effects of tobacco
Personal and Societal effects of Tobacco

  • Personal Effects

    • Stains teeth

    • Cracked lips

    • White spots on face

    • Sores and bleeding in mouth

    • Low birth rate babies of smoking mothers

Personal and societal effects of tobacco1
Personal and Societal effects of Tobacco

  • Societal Effects

    • Second hand smoking

      is the involuntary inhalation of tobacco

      smoke by a person, especially a nonsmoker,

      who occupies an area with smokers or a

      smoker. It an also be called passive


Illnesses related to the respiratory and circulatory systems
Illnesses related to the Respiratory and Circulatory Systems

  • 1. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorders (Bronchitis/retarded lung development in youth)

  • 2. Coronary heart disease

  • 3. Stroke

  • 4. Asthma

  • 5. Lung cancer

  • 6. Emphysema

Why teens smoke
Why Teens Smoke

  • Peer Pressure

  • Media/Advertisements

  • Parents Smoke

  • Stress Relief

  • To lose Weight

Why teens smoke1
Why Teens Smoke

  • Peer Pressure

    - is when "friends" persuade you to doing something that you do not want to do. But you just don't have the courage to say “No”. Peer Pressure can be broken down into two areas; good peer pressure and bad peer pressure.

Why teens smoke2
Why Teens Smoke

  • Media influences teens to smoke by portraying smokers as

    - Attractive

    - Successful

    - Influential

Why teens smoke3
Why Teens Smoke

  • Parents Smoke

    Many teens come from a home where at least one of their parents smoke. Being brought up in an environment where non smoking is not enforced, many teens eventually develop the same

    smoking habits.

Why teens smoke4
Why Teens Smoke

  • Most teens say that smoking relieves stress

    - They experience periods of heightened stress between cigarettes, and smoking briefly restores their stress levels to normal

Why teens smoke5
Why Teens Smoke

  • Teen who attached great importance to being thin are four times as likely to become established smokers says researcher Kaori Honjo.

  • Many teens battle issues with their weight and feel the need to be smaller. Because smoking suppresses appetite, many of the teens that do smoke lose weight because they do not care to eat.

Smoking video
Smoking Video

Ways to say no
Ways to “Say No”

  • Saying “No Thanks”

  • Giving a reason or excuse.

  • Repeat refusal, or keep saying no. (Broken record)

  • Walking away

  • Changing the subject

  • Avoid the situation

  • Cold shoulder

  • Strength in numbers