Alcohol (Junior Drug Awareness) by Terri Peterson Smith

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Therefore, her BAC becomes higher and the woman will feel the effects of that dose of alcohol sooner than the man will. 57 58 alcohol • • • Irritates the linings of the stomach and intestines. Also, because alcohol damages the digestive system, many alcoholics can’t absorb important vitamins, such as vitamin B-1. This affects their memory and coordination. Increases blood flow to the skin, which can disrupt the way the body controls its temperature. Restricts blood flow to muscles. This can lead to muscle aches.

On the other hand, peers may try to get their friends to do things they know are wrong. It could be pressure to skip school or be mean to someone in the group. They may also pressure their friends to start drinking. Negative peer pressure is the kind of peer pressure that causes a person to do something dangerous or hurtful. It’s something everyone has to deal with—even adults. Peer pressure is one of the strongest forces attracting teens to alcohol. Some teenagers believe that their friendships are more important than their relationships with their parents.

It’s easy to imagine how this reaction helps you deal with a physical threat,” according to the Web site of the Mayo Clinic, a respected medical center in Rochester, Minnesota. ” The fight-or-flight response is set off by psychological or emotional threats, too. This includes being bullied, getting caught in family conflicts, and facing difficult schoolwork and a schedule that’s too busy. A person will feel more stressed as he or she faces more stressful events and uncertainty. Even normal day-to-day demands of living can contribute to the body’s stress response.

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