Addictive Substances

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  • Q1

    A substance that makes a person increasingly dependent on it is

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    Answer:

    addictive substance

    Explanation:

    These are harmful substances that affect our health. The common addictive substances that cause diseases are: tobacco, alcohol and drugs. They become a habit through their regular indulgence.

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  • Q2

    ____ induce numbness, sleep, hallucinations and cause feeling of excitement.

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    Answer:

    Drugs

    Explanation:

    A drug affects mood or behaviour and is sold for non-medical purposes. These drugs induce numbness, sleep, hallucinations and cause feeling of excitement.

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  • Q3

    An example of narcotic drug is

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    Answer:

    cocaine

    Explanation:

    A drug affects mood or behaviour and sold for non-medical purposes are known as narcotic drugs. Out of the given options cocaine is a narcotic drug.

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  • Q4

    Alcohol is consumed in the form of

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    Answer:

    wine

    Explanation:

    Alcohol is consumed in the form of wine. It works as a depressant and will bring a feeling of lightheartedness.

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  • Q5

    All cigarette packets and advertisements for cigarette has a warning

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    Answer:

    smoking is injurious to health

    Explanation:

    Cigarette contains nicotine, which is addictive substance. It is a strong addiction which is very difficult to break. It causes many health problems.

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