5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act
- a Decrease in the oxygen supply in the blood stream
- b Gap between two neurons
- c A neurotransmitter that impacts pleasure and is released with cocaine use
- d The tendency of a person to fall asleep at random times
- e Passed in 2005, cold medicine containing ephedrine/pseudo-ephedrine to be put behind the counter.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Made of household chemicals and poisons, often in labs. Has a more intense high than cocaine.
- -High potential for abuse
-No accepted medical use in US
-Illegal to possess
- Alcohol, Rohypnol/GHB
- Causes body to be deprived of oxygen and death of brain cells (permanent damage).
- -Low potential for abuse
-Has accepted medical use in US
-Abuse may lead to limited dependence
5 True/False questions
Schedule 2 → -High potential for abuse
-Has current accepted medical use in the US with severe restrictions
-Abuse may lead to severe restrictions
Narcotic → The tendency of a person to fall asleep at random times
Dendrite → A neurotransmitter that initiates the Flight, Flight, or Freeze response
Schedule 3 → -Very low potential for abuse
-Prescriptions not always required
-Has accepted medical use in the US
Stimulant Drugs → Speeds up central nervous system. Creates feeling of energy, increased wakefulness, and loss of apatite.