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    Even though stimulants and depressants can seriously harm someone, many people decide to use them because, they assume that they need them to survive. The question of all questions, is why do they feel like they need it? Do they not care about their life, or do they just want to harm themselves? These are the types of questions that I am sure everyone wants to know! The sad thing is, these are some questions that won’t always be answered. Let’s begin. What exactly is a stimulant? I am so glad that you asked, a stimulant is “a substance that raises levels of physiological or nervous activity in the body.” Types of stimulants that I am sure you’re aware of are, cocaine, crack, methamphetamine, diet pills and more” (Inaba 3.1). Typically, the…

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    YouTube Link Assignment: Depressants One of the three major categories of psychoactive drugs is depressants. Depressants are drugs such as alcohol, barbiturates, and opiates that reduce your level of brain activity. They slow down the activity of the central nervous system by decreasing the electrical activity in the brain. This produces a calming effect in the body, as well as decrease your level of awareness. While depressants can be used safely, they are dangerous if used inappropriately. …

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    Science assignment A lot of young teens or adults experiment with heroin thinking, “I’ll try it once or twice. I can always stop.” But those who start down that road find it nearly impossible to turn back. Heroin is a drug that slows down the messages travelling between your brain and body which can also be classified as a depressant drug a depressant drug, or central depressant drug, is a very commonly used drug for pain relief or endogenous compound that lowers neurotransmission levels, which…

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    Given the effectiveness of anti-depressants, I would advocate for medical treatment to anyone suffering from mood disorders. Anti-depressants can increase suicidal thoughts, but in such a small amount of 1 in 1000 and 1 in 3000 for suicide. If it increases suicidal thoughts, the medication can simply not be the best fit for you. There are a wide variety of anti-depressants that can be used to treat a patient, but people are not all the same. One medication might work for one patient and another…

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    During an individual’s lifespan there will be many times that they undergo tough times and begin to feel distraught. Over the past couple of decades there has been an astronomical rise in the number of individuals that have succumb to drug use, while some individuals claiming that this is due to their social status and environments, while others argue that it’s because of their addictive personalities. Regardless of one’s point of view, it is very clear that drug usage in today’s society is…

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    whether they be stimulants, depressants, or hallucinogens (Narie, 2014, p. 191). Psychoactive drugs are substances that change our states of consciousness, where brain function occurs, which results in temporary changes in perception, mood, and behavior. These drugs affect consciousness by influencing how neurotransmitters operate within…

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    For now what I would like to share with you, are my experiences with depression medication, that I have used to treat my depression. Before we get into the effectiveness of depression medication, I think that it would be helpful to outline exactly what medications are used to treat depression. Medications Used To Treat Depression The most common medications to treat someone with depression are anti-depressants. So what are anti-depressants? They are medications that are designed to reduce…

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    Anti-depressants are some of the most used medications used by mankind today, surpassed only by ADHD medication. However, despite the overwhelming use most users don’t know the side effects of medication. It is important for anyone suffering from depression to consider both the good and the bad effects that anti-depressants will give you. And along with people not knowing the effects, there are many who argue against using said drugs, even going as far as to question the validity of the doctors…

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    (Hart, p. 147). There is many physical effects of depressants on the human body; the biggest effect of depressant on the body is that it has an extensive effect on the brain as a result of decreasing the activities on the central nervous system. (Hart, p. 147). Another effect of depressants is that if used in high doses can cause impairment of memory, and the last effect that I’m going to shared is that the person may have suicidal thoughts. (web). 2. Discuss the medical potential and…

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    Exactly what is the purpose of an Anti-Depressant or a Depression medication? Well most certainly it is to make one feel better so they will have some sort of energy to get help. Well some medications either work or they don’t, they either make you feel like you will get better or they make you feel worse. Most defiantly you don’t want to depend on them either because then you grow an immunity to them and sooner or later you will be taking more and more in order to get your buzz off of them. But…

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