physiological need for a drug that been brought about by its regular use
conditioned use of a drug caused by underlaying emotional needs
a test that nonspecific an preliminary in nature
an analytical method for identifying a substance by exposing it to a specific type of electromagnetic radiation
a substance taken to increse alertness or activity
invisible long frequencies of light beyound violet in the visible spectrum
steroids that promote muscle growth
a drug or stubstance that lessens or eliminates pain
a means of seperating and tentatively identifying the components of a mixture
a single test that specifically identifies a substance
a substances that depresses the functions of the central nervous system
to emit visible light when exposed to light of a shorter wavelength
a substance that indused change in mood, attitude, thought processes, and perceptions
invisible short frequences of light before red in the visible spectrum
an atom or molecule bearing a positive or negitive charge
tests to identify specific substances by the color a morphology of crystals formed when the substance is mixed with specific reagents
light having a single wavelength frequency
a decice used to isolate wavelengths or frequences of light
an analgesic or pain-killing substance that depresses vital body functions shch as blood pressure, pulse rate, and breathing rate
A natural or synthetic substance that is used to produce physiological or psychological effects in humans or other higher-order animals
a type of narcotic drug and the source of most narcotic drugs
also known and downers because they relax the user, create a sense of wellbeing and produce sleep
the sniffing of materials containing volatile solvents, freon and things of this nature
a group of synthetic stimulants that share a similar chemical structure and are known as uppers of speed
Schedule 1 drugs
have no medical value in the united states and have a high potential for abuse
schedule 2 drugs
may have medical value in the united stated and have a high potential for abues
How many people in the united states use illicit drugs?
list some psychological reasons for drug use?
desire to create a sence of well being, to escape from reality, seek relief from personal problems and stressful situations, and sustin a physical and emotial state that permits an improved level of performance.
list some withdrawal symptoms linked with physical dependence of a drug?
body chills, vomiting, stomach cramps, convulsions, insomnia, pain, hallucinations
what is the mot frequently used opium derivative?
what is the best known synthetic opiate?
why is OxyContin so addictive?
it is closely related morphine or heroin
what is the most widely used illicit drug in the united states?
how can marijuana be used for medical benefit?
the reduction of excessive eye pressure in glaucoma and the lessening of nausea caused by powerful anticancer drugs
what is LSD derived from?
a type of fungus that attacks grasses and grains
what makes PCP so dangerous?
severe depression, tendencies toward violence, suicide, and it can cause schizophrenic behavior
what is the most abused drug in the united states?
list some examples of depressants?
Alcohol, Bariturates, Antiphyschotic, and antianxiety drugs
what damage can huffing do to the human body?
liver, heart, and brain damage, also risk of immediate death
why do many people use cocaine?
to increase productivity at work and to keep going when they are tired
what are GHB (ecstasy) and rohypnol associated with?
sexual assault, rape, and robbery
why are anabolic steroids so dangerous?
masculinizing effect in females, infertility, an diminished sex drive in males. for teenagers, result in premature halting of bone growth, and they are associated with anger issues