This is why people become addicted. They enjoy the feeling the dopamine brings to them and once it is over they crave more. Some short term effects of taking Meth include a decrease in fatigue and an increase in attention, activity, and respiration. It also can cause hyperthermia and euphoria.
Your perception can be distorted, impaired coordination, you’re learning ability can be disrupted and you can have a difficulty of thinking. Using marijuana can pose a problem in your everyday life. Example heavy marijuana smokers have less satisfaction in life, poor mental health, less academic success and can cause serious relationship issues (DrugAbuse.gov 1 of 5). Marijuana use by teenagers has a higher percent chance dropping out of high school. Marijuana use in general has a higher risk of car accidents, losing jobs and not being on time for work.
High blood pressure. Reduced fertility and many more. Alcohol also affects your working performances as well as your health. Alcohol affects your breathing and your organs. Alcohol is very high in calories and if you do not do regular exercise you can gain weight very quickly.
Unlike natural marijuana, spice is sprayed with chemicals that can be toxic to the human body. Such toxicity, can produce dangerous side effects like tachycardia, which is an unusually fast resting heart rate (Camp, RN). Other reports have shown additional side effects include excessive sweating, agitation, inability to speak, aggression, and restlessness. These side effects are not the norm when natural marijuana is used (Gupta). Patients treated by medical professionals say that patients experienced short-term loss of consciousness, paranoia, hallucinations, tremors, and even seizures.
“Industrial Hemp” General Purpose: to inform Specific Purpose: in inform my audience about the definition, historical, and modern uses of industrialized hemp. Central Idea: For thousands of years civilizations have used cannabis. In the last seventy years has this unbelievably useful crop been unfairly outlawed and discriminated against. Modern uses out weight the archaic reasoning for such a ridiculous position by the Federal Government. Introduction: Hemp is simply put, the hardworking cousin of the more widely known but much less hardworking marijuana.
Controllable Risk Factors | Uncontrollable Risk Factors | * Cigarette Smoking * Other Smoking * Physical Inactivity * High Blood Cholesterol * High Blood Pressure * Obesity and Overweight * Diabetes Mellitus * Stress * Alcohol | * Increasing Age * Gender (male/female) * Heredity * Race | Cigarette Smoking – Smokers have twice the risk for heart attacks, it’s the most preventable, and even non-smokers who are around smoke have higher risks. Physical Inactivity- people who don’t exercise have higher risks of death and heart disease, even people who do mild activities are healthier, and activities should be aerobics like running or swimming. High Blood Cholesterol- heart disease risk increases as cholesterol increases, total cholesterol goal should be less than 200 mg/dll, High Blood Pressure- About 60 million people in the U.S have high blood pressure; it is the common risk factor for heart disease Obesity and Overweight- Unneeded weight puts a lot of pressure on your heart and it’s another heart disease factor. Diabetes- Too much glucose in the blood and the inability to produce insulin. Stress- With exercise you can reduce stress, stress can make one gain weight.
It has been the most deadliest drug for years. Importantly, there are many effects from smoking tobacco, such as cardiovascular effects which affects your heart. your blood pressure goes up which may increase chances of blood clots , and the nicotine causes blood vessels to constrict and increase chances of a heart attack or stroke. Williams 2 Tobacco also has an effect on the skin, because nicotine has constrained your blood vessels, nutrients don’t get distributed properly. Your skin loses oxygen and minerals, which can cause premature aging.
Though it is stated that Marijuana dates back to the year of 2900 BC, when the Chinese Emperor Fu His was credited by the Chinese for being the first to reference marijuana noting that it was a popular medicine that possessed both aspects of the yin and the yang (ProCon.org, 2015). The usage of marijuana was identified in the U.S. around 1611. However, it was not until 1850 when marijuana appeared in the United States’ Pharmacopeia listed as a treatment for numerous medical illnesses and conditions until the early 20th century (Pacula, Chriqui, Reichmann, & Terry-McElrath, 2002). After World War I, the usage of marijuana had become common, until the government decided to limit the use of substances including marijuana, because controversy and the substances were being abused (Pacula et. al., 2002).
They can’t stop smoking because they get addicted to it. Smokers have harmful effects like, they can get lung cancer, heart problems, and other diseases, they are not very healthy. People who smoke have a bad breath and they try to hide it with breath mints or gum. They can’t appreciate the taste of many foods as good as they used to before smoking because of the loss of sense and smell that diminished their ability to taste. Also they have a yellowish color on their fingernails from the pack of the cigarettes.
Understandably, those who wish to promote the benefits of marijuana can sometimes downplay the negatives. Although no one has ever died from a marijuana overdose and its overall track record is safe, there are some hazards that are largely a function of context. Used in excess, marijuana has a clear tendency to diminish motivation, blunt ambition and generally stunt normal emotional growth. It can also cause confusion and disorganized thought patterns. It has been studied that marijuana is addictive, a “gateway drug”; leads to harder drug use, interferes with fertility, impairs driving ability, and injures the lungs, immune system, and brain (medicalmarijuana.procon.org).