Loss of control
All of the above
Poor performance at work or school
Escalating use of a drug
Expressing a desire to cut down on drug use
Wake the person up and give him or her a beverage with caffeine.
Leave the person alone and let them sleep it off.
Get the person on his or her feet to walk around.
Place the person on his or her side and watch for breathing problems.
Are less experienced.
Have a higher percentage of body fat.
Don't eat when they drink.
Binge drinkers are more likely to drink and drive.
Binge drinkers are more likely to consider themselves problem drinkers.
Binge drinkers are more likely to engage in unplanned, unprotected sex.
Increased blood pressure
Inreased sense of taste
Decreased heart rate
Begins with one drink.
Affects all users in the same way.
Begins after three drinks
Refers to the positive effects of alcohol.
A group of birth defects caused by a pregnant woman's drinking alcohol.
The concentration of alcohol in the blood stream.
A group of health problems common to heavy drinkers.
A condition of uncontrollable trembling.
Helps people escape unpleasant feelings.
Causes a hangover.
Slows down the activity of the central nervous system.
Affects a drinker's appetite.
The lesser the effect alcohol has on the body and mind.
The greater the effect alcohol has on the body and mind.
The lesser the chance of a hangover.
The higher the body temperature.
Cirrhosis of the liver.
Marijuana seems to reverse the progress of the disease.
For people with brain tumors, marijuana improves heart and lung function.
Because marijuana increases appetite, it is recommended to decrease nausea.
Marijuana is recommended by physicians to help people deal with their depression.