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Depressants and Drug Rehab

Depressants slow the activity of the central nervous system. In moderate doses, they make people relaxed and somewhat sleepy, with reduced concentration, and impaired thinking and motor skills. An induced stupor happens when this substance is used in heavy dosage. Benzodiazepines and barbiturates are examples of depressants. Benzodiazepine and barbiturate users initially may feel euphoric and become uninhibited but then experience depressed moods, lethargy, perceptual distortions, loss of coordination, and other signs of central nervous system depression.

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Drug Rehab Program

Over the years I have met some people who have gone to rehab for drug addiction. Everyone I have ever met that has been to one, comes out clean and happy. These programs seem really well organized or else, how would they work?. I personally have never really done anything. I‘ve never even tried weed. Despite my little experiences with drugs, I have always wondered what a drug rehab program is like. What does a person who goes through a drug rehab program do? What do they teach in the program? How does it work? Well, since I know people who have been in them, I decided to find out.

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Addiction to Stimulants and Drug Rehab

Stimulants are drugs that activate the central nervous system, causing feelings of energy, happiness, and power, a decreased desire for sleep, and a diminished appetite. Cocaine and the amphetamines are the two types of stimulants associated with severe substance-related disorders. The effects of getting psychological lift or rush happens when these substances are used. Both substances cause dangerous increases in blood pressure and heart rate, changes in the rhythm and electrical activity of the heart, and constriction of the blood vessels, which can lead to heart attacks, respiratory arrest and seizures. Around40 percent of all substance-related cases seen in hospital emergency rooms and for 50 percent of sudden deaths in which substances are involved are blamed on the toxic toxic reactions to cocaine and the amphetamines. This is happening in the United States. These substances are costly, both to users and society.

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