Religious Studies B - AQA - GCSE - Drug Abuse

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GCSE Religious Studies Mind Map on Religious Studies B - AQA - GCSE - Drug Abuse, created by Josh Anderson on 02/11/2016.

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Religious Studies B - AQA - GCSE - Drug Abuse
1 Categories
1.1 Usage
1.1.1 Social drug
1.1.1.1 Alcohol
1.1.1.2 Legal
1.1.2 Recreational drug
1.1.2.1 Illegal
1.1.2.2 Ecstasy
1.2 Damage to body/Addiction
1.2.1 Soft drug
1.2.1.1 Less harmful
1.2.1.2 Illegal
1.2.1.3 Cannabis
1.2.2 Hard drug
1.2.2.1 More harmful
1.2.2.2 Very addictive
1.2.2.3 Illegal
1.2.2.4 Heroin
1.3 Law
1.3.1 Class A
1.3.1.1 Very strong mental high
1.3.1.2 Very addictive
1.3.1.3 Serious health issues
1.3.1.4 Cocaine, Heroin, crack cocaine, LSD
1.3.2 Class B
1.3.2.1 Not very addictive
1.3.2.2 Less harmful to the body
1.3.2.3 Strong mental high
1.3.2.4 Cannabis, speed
1.3.3 Class C
1.3.3.1 Considered not to be addictive
1.3.3.2 Less harmful to the body and mind
1.3.3.3 Anabolic steroids
1.4 Physical Effects
1.4.1 Depressants
1.4.1.1 Shut down part of brain
1.4.1.2 Alcohol, paracetamol, heroin
1.4.2 Stimulants
1.4.2.1 Open up part of brain
1.4.2.2 Caffeine, cocaine, ecstasy, speed
1.4.3 Hallucinogenics
1.4.3.1 Make people hear and see things that are not real
1.4.3.2 Magic mushrooms, LSD
2 Reasons for drug use
2.1 Rebellion
2.2 Curiosity
2.3 Peer pressure
2.4 Family influences
2.5 Confidence
2.6 Idols
2.7 Boredom
2.8 Religion
2.9 Physical pain
2.10 Emotional pain
2.11 Creativity
3 Effects of drugs
3.1 Tobacco (smoking)
3.1.1 Stains fingers and teeth
3.1.2 Causes wrinkles and dry skin
3.1.3 Heart disease
3.1.3.1 30% of all cancer deaths are from smoking
3.1.4 1 in 3 smokers die at a young age
3.1.5 120,000 in the UK die every year because of smoking
3.1.6 The NHS spends millions of pounds on treating smoke-related issues
3.1.7 Children are affected by parents smoking
3.1.7.1 17,000 children under five are admitted to hospital each year due to passive smoking
3.2 Alcohol
3.2.1 Contributory factor to STIs
3.2.2 Heavy drinkers are 150 times more likely to get throat, mouth and bowel cancer
3.2.3 Brain damage
3.2.4 Damages the reproductive system
3.2.5 Cirrhosis
3.2.5.1 Permanent damage to the liver
3.2.6 Anti-social behaviour
3.2.6.1 In 1994, 60,000 people got criminal records for drunken offences
3.2.7 Unwanted pregnancies
3.2.8 Domestic violence / Break-up of families / Unemployment
4 Hard drug legalisation
4.1 Against
4.1.1 Very dangerous, bad for health
4.1.2 Lead to many social problems
4.1.3 Tells people that drug taking is acceptable
4.2 For
4.2.1 Hard drugs are costly and addicts will commit crimes to get enough money to fund their addiction. If it is legalised, it is likely to be cheaper.
4.2.2 If these drugs are legalised, more help will be available.
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