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Academic Questions in PHE
Which of the following is not an effect of pollution?
A. Contamination of food by disease vectors
C. Formation of acid rain
E. Global warming
F. Demise of aquatic flora and fauna
The process of contaminating the atmosphere by introducing harmful and toxic substances into it is termed _____.
B. Wind Pollution
C. Air pollution
D. Lithospheric pollution
E. Hydrospheric pollution
F. Breeze pollution
Which of the following factors can lead to drug addiction?
B. Relaxation purposes
F. All of the above
Drug addiction is defined as the habitual taking of drugs for different purposes.
Concerning the game of basketball, which of the following is incorrect?
A. Only 5 players for each team are allowed to play the game inside the court at any given point in time
B. The maximum players each team can have is 12
C. Teams can be awarded 1, 2 or 3 point depending on where and how a goal is scored
D. The game is played for a duration of 4 periods
E. Each game period has a time duration of 8 minutes
F. A team in possession of the ball has 24 seconds in an attempt to score or to have a shot towards the basket
Which of the following sport personnel is incorrectly matched to his field.
A. Isreal Adesanya - UFC
B. Michael Phelps II - Volleyball
C. Lewis Hamilton - Formula one
D. Tiger Woods - Golf
E. Mohammed Ali - Boxing
F. LeBron James - Basketball
Which of the following is not a career in physical and health education?
A. Sports manager
B. Food distributor
C. Physical therapist
D. Gym trainer
E. Professional wrestler
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Drug abuse can simply be put as the habitual taking of drugs for different purposes. For instance a person may abuse a drug in order to have a pleasurable feeling on their nervous system (brain); while another may abuse a drug because they need it to stay awake at night (in order to read academic notes).
Note: Drug abuse is not the same thing as drug addiction.
Drug addiction (also called drug dependence) involves a process whereby a person cannot function normally without the use of certain drug(s).
A drug addict will experience the withdrawal symptoms when he or she attempts to stop using a dependent drug. However, the withdrawal symptom may not be felt in drug abuse.
Anyone (young, old, male or female) can be a drug abuser. Example of drugs abused includes marijuana, alcohol, LSD, tobacco, methamphetamines, ecstasy, mescaline, cigarettes and certain inhalants and sleeping pills.
In this article, we will look into the factors that promote or influence drug abuse in adolescents.
Below are the major factors that influences drug abuse in adolescents. They include:
There is an adage that says: 'show me your friends and I will tell you who you are'.
An adolescent who moves in the company of drug abusers is likely to join them in this bad act.
When an adolescent is not informed on the meaning, causes and consequences of drug abuse, he or she may indulge in such practice without any knowledge of what’s been done.
Parents are the first teachers. When parents become too strict with their children, such children may become afraid to tell them about the bad practices that is being influenced on them by their friends or neighbors.
When an adolescent is physically or emotionally hurt by one whom he or she is supposed to look up to and trust, they may choose to drug abuse as an alternative to calm their broken state of mind.
We are always advised to keep drugs out of the reach of children. When a parent becomes careless with these drugs, the children may abuse such drugs without their knowledge.
An adolescent may decide to abuse a drug simply because they want to get a feel of what would happen after its use. Adolescents should be properly educated to prevent this act of negative curiosity.
Some adolescent will go to restaurants and bars only to end up smoking and drinking. One reason why they do this is the fact that they see those whom they are supposed to look up to smoking and drinking, thus thinking it’s a normal relaxation process.
Adolescents listen to songs and their lyrics. Some of these songs contain all sort of negative lyrics; with the artist recommending the use of drugs as a source of inspiration.
An adolescent should be properly taught and supervised both at school and at home. Strange activities which may include drug abuse can be observed if proper supervision is put in place.
Adolescent may be abused in a variety of ways. For instance, verbal abuse and rape may lead them into drug abuse.
Racial and ethnic discrimination on adolescents will adversely affect them. They may resort to drug abuse as an option to get over discrimination.
We must constantly understand that all human beings have got the same fundamental human rights.
Other factors that may cause drug abuse include:
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