5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Stimulant Drugs
- Controlled Release
- a Decrease in the oxygen supply in the blood stream
- b Drugs are coated to provide pain relief over time
- c Schedule 2, highly addictive, very abuse
Medical uses: Topical numbing agent
- d Loss of heart's ability to beat normally.
- e Cocaine, methamphetamines, amphetamines
5 Multiple choice questions
- The tendency of a person to fall asleep at random times
- Alcohol, Rohypnol/GHB
- Schedule 1, very dangerous and addictive, no medical use.
Recreational uses: Activates opiate receptor in the brain, "Euphoric Rush"
- A neurotransmitter that improves mood an can be boosted by carb consumption
- A neurotransmitter that allows you to move muscles
5 True/False questions
Narcotics/Opiate Drugs → Cocaine, methamphetamines, amphetamines
Schedule 2 → -High potential for abuse
-Has current accepted medical use in the US with severe restrictions
-Abuse may lead to severe restrictions
Narcotic → Can be used medically to treat pain but can be very addictive.
Schedule 3 → -Less abuse potential than schedules 1 and 2
-Has accepted medical use in the US
-Abuse may lead to moderate dependence
Methamphetamine → Made of household chemicals and poisons, often in labs. Has a more intense high than cocaine.