Central nervous system depressants

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PA Child Welfare Competency-Based Training Program. 309 An Introduction to Substance Abuse for Child Welfare Professionals. Handout 23, Page 1 of 4 CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DEPRESSANTS
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Alcohol consumption leaves an odor on the breath and skin; creates mild flushing; talkativeness and dulling of the senses; impairs judgment, memory, and coordination; slurs speech; and causes dizziness. Use is often followed by a hangover. Chronic use may lead to heart and liver damage, pancreatitis, peptic ulcers, malnutrition, neurological disorders, and cancers of the mouth, stomach, and bladder. An acute overdose can lead to stupor, coma, or death. Type What is it called? What does it look like? How is it used? Beer, wine, wine coolers Booze Legally packaged liquid Swallowed Liquor, liqueur, Hooch in bottles or cans “Moonshine” Brew Jugs of moonshine Juice Also in products such PA Child Welfare Competency-Based Training Program. 309 An Introduction to Substance Abuse for Child Welfare Professionals. Handout 23, Page 2 of 4
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course MHS 6450 taught by Professor Jones,k during the Summer '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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