Addiction Topic Keyword: Hallucinogenic (p. 1 of 1)

  • What Happens in GHB Addiction Treatment?

    What Happens in GHB Addiction Treatment?

    An addiction to GHB can be a debilitating experience considering the toll this drug takes on the body and mind. GHB acts as a central nervous system depressant and hallucinogen delivering near immediate effects once ingested. GHB's classification as one of the two most commonly used "date rape" drugs speaks to this drug's overall effects on a person's mind and body.
    Likewise, the GHB...

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  • GHB Addiction Treatment Methods

    GHB Addiction Treatment Methods

    GHB, also known as gamma hydroxybutyrate was initially developed as an anesthetic agent in the 1960s. According to Kansas State University, GHB produces fast-acting effects that slow central nervous system functions and elicits hallucinogenic effects all at once. The drug's highly addictive properties soon relegated it to narcotic status as an illegal substance.
    Like Rohypnol, GHB has...

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  • Ketamine Abuse Can Cause Schizophrenia and Hallucinations

    Ketamine Abuse Can Cause Schizophrenia and Hallucinations

    Ketamine is a medical drug used both for human medicine and veterinary medicine as well. Unfortunately it is also a medication that carries a certain potential for abuse. Ketamine is most commonly used as an anesthetic medication in veterinary medicine, primarily for when an animal is going to undergo surgery.
    This medical drug is also often used in human beings for anesthetic purposes,...

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  • That Recreational 'TRIP' May Be Pushing Life Too Far!

    That Recreational 'TRIP' May Be Pushing Life Too Far!

    Mind Altering Nutmeg High and Ivory Wave could lead to Death Recreational drug use is extremely common today. The use of illegal drugs, prescription drugs and over the counter medications is very widespread and the use of legal drugs for non-medical reasons is increasing in numbers by the day.
    Many people abuse substances and medications recreationally just to enhance their enjoyment...

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