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Research project drug prevention

research project on drug prevention life skills

Cole Gifford

on 4 October 2012

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Hallucinogens! If someone talks about seeing
something like this guy, they may
be on hallucinogens. what hallucinogens could they be on? LSD they can kill you. they can kill you. that's bad. LSD is also called
it enters the body via the mouth some of the effects hallucinogens have on the body are:
It produces flashbacks,
Increases body temperature
Loss of appetite
Weakness and Tremors
mental disorders Wait, what is a hallucinogen? Those are just physical consequences. Some of the social consequences include:
Isolation from friends
Confusion A drug is considered a hallucinogen if:
- the main effects are changes in thought, perception, and mood
- intellectual or memory impairment is minimal;
- stupor, narcosis, or excessive stimulation are not an integral effect;
- autonomic nervous system side effects are minimal
- an addictive craving is absent. GHB GHB is also called
Liquid Ecstacy
Easy Lay
it enters the body via inhalation,
injection, or dissolving it in a liquid Psllocybin There are also legal consequences.
Most well-known hallucinogens are illegal in most Western countries, except for dextromethorphan, diphenhydramine and dimenhydrinate. Psllocybin is also called
magic mushrooms
it enters the body via the mouth Emotional Consequences? Yes!
they are all practically the same as the social consequences: Economic consequences are pretty obvious
all hallucinogens cost money,
so although you don't get addicted
a habit can seriously cost you As a reminder, social consequences include:
- Isolation from friends
- Paranoia
- Suspicion
- Confusion
- Nervousness
- Mental disorders
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