Answer: Some short-term effects of pneumonia include high fever and lack ofappetite. Children who have pneumonia may develop loose stool. Somelong-term effects of pneumonia include weakened lungs and death.
Answer: After going into the human body it could cause some problems with the body. It could...-make your liver work harder-damage some of your brain cells-sometimes could cause a car crash or any other damage/ accident-cause sexual harassment-speed of heart rate
Answer: Teen drinking can be more dangerous than adult drinking because teenagers already suffer to some extent from poor judgment, simply because they are too inexperienced and are struggling with the biological and social transitions which the teenage years bring, and if they then use a drug which further impairs their judgment, the result can be really bad judgment. I do not believe that teenagers should be forbidden to consume alcohol, but I do believe that their alcohol consumption should limited to a moderate quantity, preferably not more than one drink per day.
Answer: Short term effects mentally - you want to get that feeling again., Short term effects physically - Nodding, dreaming, feeling all is right with the world.
Now to the long term effects. I know about those by being a 37 year heroin user. I kicked 3 years ago by myself so I do know what I am speaking of.
Long term effects of opiate use mentally - withdrawal from society, loss of family, friends, self esteem and anything else you once held dear, becoming a thief, a prostitute or anything you have to be to get the drug. Long term effects physically- severe withdrawal symptoms ( vomiting violently, diarrhea, sneezing, leaking water from the eyes and nose, severe stomach cramps, inability to sleep and disturbance of sleep patterns for the remainder of your life, depression, just to name a few).
The short terms effects of exercise are Increased Breathing Rate, which means you are getting short of breathe. Increased Heart Rate, which means your heart is pumping faster, meaning more blood travelling around the body. Increased Blood Pressure, the pressure of the blood is higher because the blood is travelling around your body at a higher and more powerful speed. Raised Body Temperature, your starting to sweat and your temperature is rising. Also your heart gets bigger, your heart is a muscle, and with exercise the heart gets more muscular and gets bigger.
Long term effects of exercise.
The long term effects of exercise, you will have a lower resting pulse. This means when you are resting after exercise, it will take less time to return to your resting pulse, a quicker recovery rate. Also, you will be able to exercise for longer without getting out of breathe or your temperature rising as quickly.