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I. Psychoactive drug-induced state A. Narcotics a. Heroin, morphine, codeine, methadone, etc b. “rush” (abdominal, orgasmic pleasure), euphoria, relaxation c. Analgesia, treat cough and diarrhea d. Receptors in medulla, too B. Sedatives a. Barbiturates, benzodiazepines b. Relation c. Sleeping pill, anticonvulsant C. Stimulants a. Caffeine, nicotine, cocaine, amphetamines (synthesized), MDMA(low doses) i. Damage serotonin neurons (except caffeine and nicotine) b. Increase arousal, elation/wave of well-being, excitement, psychosis c. Tx of ADHD, narcolepsy D. Hallucinogen
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Unformatted text preview: a. LSD, MDMA (large doeses, “ecstasy”), mescaline, psilocybin, GHB (“easy lay”), rohypnol (“roofie”) b. Perceptual distortions, increased sensory awareness (e.g. “synesthesia”), “mystical feelings,” accidents c. No medical use E. Cannibis a. Marijuana, Hashish b. Sense of well-being, relaxed, sensory distortions, slowing of time, hunger (esp. sweets), short-term memory impairment i. Large dose = heart attack c. Tx for nausea, stimulation of appetite, block seizures, asthma, glaucoma F....
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