(DINÂMICA 2019) “Walks” (L1) does not mean

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Symptoms and signs of drug abuse
(Reviewed Joe Houchins.)

Drug abuse affects people from all walks of life and all socioeconomic statuses. Whatever the reason a person starts taking drugs, whether recreationally or as prescribed, tolerance and dependence can develop, sometimes before the user even realizes it. When a full-blown addiction develops, it can be extremely difficult to stop using drugs without effective professional treatment. Drug abuse wreaks havoc on the body and mind and can eventually become deadly.

When you realize that you or someone you love has a problem, it's essential to get help right away. There is no shame in admitting that you need treatment for drug abuse, doing so can be life-saving. Abuse of most substances will produce noticeable signs and symptoms. These may include physical or behavioral symptoms, most likely both. Some of the most noticeable symptoms of drug abuse are those that affect the body’s inner workings.

For example, your body’s tolerance to a drug occurs when a drug is used long or often enough that increased quantities or strengths are required to achieve the previous effects. Individuals abusing a drug for a high may come to take such high doses to overcome a tolerance that they subject themselves to potentially fatal overdose. Changes in appearance can be additional clues to possible drug abuse and may include: bloodshot or glazed eyes, dilated or constricted pupils, abrupt weight changes, problems sleeping or sleeping too much, also signs will vary based on the substance.

Drug abuse tends to significantly alter a person's behavior and habits. Some drugs can impair the brain's ability to focus and think clearly. Changes in behavior, such as the following, can indicate a problem with drug abuse: increased aggression or irritability, changes in attitude/personality, lethargy, depression, dramatic changes in habits and/or priorities, involvement in criminal activity. Learning to recognize the physical or behavioral signs of drug abuse can help prevent the problem from progressing further.
(Available: drugabuse.com. An American Addictions Center Resource. Adapted.)

(DINÂMICA 2019) “Walks” (L1) does not mean:

(A) Ranks.
(B) Issues.
(C) Status.
(D) Spheres.

(DINÂMICA 2019) Observe as imagens e analise as afirmativas a seguir.

(B) Issues.

- (DINÂMICA) “Drug abuse wreaks havoc on the body and mind” (L5) means that:

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