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Do read the book “C'est quoi la drogue?”  " by Marie-Christine d'Welles (published by Jean - Cyrille Godefroy, September 2013) to high school students.

This book is a wonderful educational tool, accessible to all.

This book provides objective and scientific information, data, arguments and essential information on drugs. It provides all parents and adolescents, abstainers or users, with reliable and scientific information.

This text is the best current material for communicating on this subject in the family.

Parents read it, get your adolescents to read it and ask them questions. 
For example: Which side are you on? 

Study with them the information in the Psychotropic Drugs menu

 

 


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Educate your children

Quiz

Are our physicians concerned by drug addiction ?

  • Yes
  • No

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Physicians are the first witnesses of drug addiction (See: News or Did you know sections)

Can a psychotropic drug lead to ill being, depression, suicide?

  • Yes
  • No

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Any psychotropic drug, be it legal - anxiolytic, tranquillizer, benzodiazepine, neuroleptic - or illegal - street drugs - leads to ill-being, depression and to suicide. See table with side effects of psychotropic drugs – Technical Information/Classification .

Voir le tableau des effets secondaires des drogues psychotropes (Fiches  / Classification)

Does alcohol mixed with cannabis have harmful effects?

  • Yes
  • No

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 When you consume alcohol and cannabis simultaneously, these products mutually increase their effects. The current practice is to use alcohol and cannabis at the same time. Many young people nowadays use this common method to try to get “stoned”.

Is alcohol a drug?

  • Yes
  • No

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Yes, Alcohol is a sedative drug. In drinking regularly a large amount of alcohol, one becomes an alcoholic within a few years. Alcohol is characteristically able to potentialize the effect of all other drugs it is mixed with. If one mixes alcohol with another or others drugs, one can very rapidly become a drug-addict.

re poppers, aerosols, stain remover drugs?

  • Yes
  • No

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AEROSOLS Nitrous oxide and other pressurized gases such as those contained in whipped cream canisters or computer anti-dust sprays also have hallucinogenic effects. In a few seconds they produce excitement, dizziness, euphoria, loss of consciousness and affect the central nervous system through lack of oxygen. Moreover they are inhaled under pressure and can provoke lung frostbite and vocal chords injuries, (eg. immediately after taking this drug the voice becomes lower.)

POPPERS Volatile nitrites have similar effects to nitrous oxide. Moreover they can provoke panic attacks, heart palpitations and headaches. They are also responsible for deaths by anoxia. They are vasodilators frequently used to relax sphincter muscles. They are carcinogenic and provoke serious immune deficiencies – such as AIDS.

STAIN REMOVER Stain removers are derived from ethylene. They are hallucinogenic but their effect is more calming, unlike poppers and aerosols, which are more stimulating. They cause damage that is neurological (deafness, tremor) and intellectual (dementia).