Unformatted text preview: Jeopardy… Unit #2
Jeopardy… Unit #2
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n Drugs Alcohol Tobacco 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 What is the basis of all What is the basis of all relationships?
Selfesteem Name the two chemicals related Name the two chemicals related to the biochemical response to love.
Dopamine & norepinephrine What type of marriage is related What type of marriage is related to the relief of a traumatic experience?
Rescue Name three physical effects of Name three physical effects of a “toxic” relationship.
Headaches, digestive trouble, inability to sleep Allowing your spouse to continue Allowing your spouse to continue destructive habits is known as
Enabling What are chemical messengers What are chemical messengers in charge of arousing cells and organs for specific activities?
Hormones How many chromosomes How many chromosomes does each human cell contain?
23 What is dysmenorrhea?
What is dysmenorrhea?
Discomfort during menstruation, including cramps, pain, tension, fatigue, depression What are three guidelines for a What are three guidelines for a healthy sexual relationship?
Consensual, nonexploitative, honest, mutually pleasurable, protected against unwanted pregnancy & STIs What is the name of the hormones What is the name of the hormones released by the hypothalamus to stimulate puberty?
Gonadotropins At how many weeks does an At how many weeks does an embryo become a fetus?
9 weeks How long after sex does one How long after sex does one have to take emergency contraceptive in order to possibly prevent pregnancy?
72 hours An unfertilized egg lasts for An unfertilized egg lasts for how many hours?
2436 hours Name three nonprescription Name three nonprescription contraceptives
Male condom, female condom, sponge, spermicide Describe how intrauterine Describe how intrauterine devices work
(They interfere with _____________________) Prevents pregnancy by interfering with implantation What type of drug is usually What type of drug is usually easily accessible and provides a quick high?
Inhalants What is the fastest route of What is the fastest route of administration for a drug?
Depends on the drug Name two ways a patient does Name two ways a patient does not adhere to a prescription.
Taking them wrongly, not understanding directions, not finishing Rx The effects of marijuana peak at _____ The effects of marijuana peak at _____ minutes and usually last ____ hours.
3 hours Name the five most commonly Name the five most commonly misused OTC drugs.
Nasal sprays, laxatives, eye drops, sleep aids, cough syrups What is considered moderate What is considered moderate drinking for men and women?
Men: 34 drinks/day
Women: 23 drinks/day How are white blood cells related How are white blood cells related to liver damage by alcohol?
Collect around the liver and begin to attack it Name 3 signs of intoxication
Name 3 signs of intoxication
Slurred speech, poor coordination, staggered gait, abnormal eye movements, poor memory, stupors What percentage of alcohol is What percentage of alcohol is metabolized and what percentage is excreted?
5% excreted Describe Type I and Type 2 Describe Type I and Type 2 alcoholism
Type 1: drinking after age 25, in response to external circumstance
Type 2: runs in family or drinking before age 25 Nicotine stimulates the
Nicotine stimulates the release of what hormone?
Dopamine Name three reasons why Name three reasons why people start smoking
Genetics, parental role model, experimentation, rebellion, limited education, weight control, marketing, stress, addictive behavior Name three immediate physical Name three immediate physical effects of nicotine
Increases BP/HR, constricts blood vessels, inhibits urine formation, irritates membranes in mouth/throat Why are cloves/bidis more Why are cloves/bidis more dangerous than regular cigarettes
The tobacco is unprocessed and therefore more potent What is the lung disease most What is the lung disease most commonly associated with smoking?
emphysema Final Jeopardy
Name two opiods and two signs/symptoms of their use Heroin, morphine
Lethargy, loss of skin color, constricted pupils, decreased coordination, needle marks ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course ATH 160 taught by Professor Nickson during the Fall '08 term at Chapman University .
- Fall '08