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  1. Schedule 2
  2. Axon
  3. Methadone
  4. Schedule 1
  5. Inhalants
  1. a Synthetic opiate medication that binds to the same receptors in the brain that heroin binds to.
  2. b -High potential for abuse
    -Has current accepted medical use in the US with severe restrictions
    -Abuse may lead to severe restrictions
  3. c Sending end of a neuron
  4. d -High potential for abuse
    -No accepted medical use in US
    -Illegal to possess
  5. e Causes body to be deprived of oxygen and death of brain cells (permanent damage).

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. -Low potential for abuse
    -Has accepted medical use in US
    -Abuse may lead to limited dependence
  2. Can be used medically to treat pain but can be very addictive.
  3. Wakefulness, Performance Enhancer, Weight Loss
  4. Schedule 1, very dangerous and addictive, no medical use.
    Recreational uses: Activates opiate receptor in the brain, "Euphoric Rush"
  5. Loss of heart's ability to beat normally.

5 True/False Questions

  1. Expose body to toxic chemicalsSynthetic form of male testosterone. Improves physical performance, enlarge muscles, and increase strength.

          

  2. AdrenalineA neurotransmitter that initiates the Flight, Flight, or Freeze response

          

  3. Anabolic SteroidsSynthetic form of male testosterone. Improves physical performance, enlarge muscles, and increase strength.

          

  4. Depressant"Downers", slows central nervous system. Gives feelings of relaxation.

          

  5. Amphetamine"Uppers/Speed". Schedule 2.
    Medical uses: Narcolepsy, Asthma, ADHD.
    Recreational uses: Study aids, weight loss, performance enhancer.

          

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