Jack E. Henningfield; Nancy Almand Ator Barbiturates: Sleeping Potion or Intoxicant? (The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Drugs). ISBN 13: 9780791000045. Barbiturates: Sleeping Potion or Intoxicant? (The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Drugs). Jack E. Henningfield; Nancy Almand Ator.
Start by marking Barbiturates: Sleeping Potions or Intoxicants? . Henningfield. The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Drugs answers the questions that young people are likely to ask about drugs, as well as those they might not think to ask, but should
Start by marking Barbiturates: Sleeping Potions or Intoxicants? (Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Drugs) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Drugs answers the questions that young people are likely to ask about drugs, as well as those they might not think to ask, but should. Topics include: what it means to be intoxicated; how drugs affect mood; why people take drugs; who takes them; when they take them; and how much they take. They will learn what happens to a drug when it enters the body.
This group of psychoactive drugs is comprised largely of sleeping pills and tranquillizers, most of which are legally manufactured and doctor-prescribed for insomnia or anxiety. Barbiturates not only sedate, they intoxicate. Are they addictive? What side effects can result if they are combined with alcohol? People turn to barbiturates for a variety of reasons, but using downers to treat persistent insomnia or depression simply masks the problem and can lead to severe complications.
Henningfield, Jack E; Ator, Nancy Almand. Barbiturates, Barbiturates, Barbiturates, Drugs, Drug abuse. Discusses the effects, side effects, and dangers of barbiturate use and abuse. New York : Chelsea House Publishers. What are barbiturates? - - How do barbiturates work? - - What are the effects of barbiturates? - - What are the medical uses of barbiturates? - - The risks of barbiturate therapy - How are barbiturates abused? - - Barbiturate overdose - Appendixes.
A psychoactive drug,, or psychotropic is a chemical substance that changes brain function and results in alterations in perception, mood, consciousness, cognition, or behavior.
by Jack E. Henningfield, Nancy Almand Ator. ISBN 9780791000045 (978-0-7910-0004-5) Softcover, Chelsea House Pub, 1989. Cigarettes, Nicotine, and Health: A Biobehavioral Approach (Behavioral Medicine and Health Psychology). by Lynn T. Kozlowski, Jack E. Henningfield, Janet Brigham.
Barbiturates Sleeping Potion Or Intoxica (Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Drugs). This book explains everything you need to know about Barbiturates. It's a detailed explanation about how these drugs were discovered, what they were used for and how people abused them. Part of the The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Drugs Series). by Jack E. I highly recommend to anyone interested in pharmaceuticals.
Barbiturates: Sleeping Potion or Intoxicant? . The list of works cited includes two works by Marshall. The US Drug Enforcement Administration has allowed marijuana to be used in experiments with patients suffering from glaucoma.
Barbiturates: Sleeping Potion or Intoxicant? New York: Chelsea, 1986. According to one expert, "Several studies since 1971 have shown that smoking marijuana causes the pressure within the eye to decrease and to remain at a lowered level for about five hours" (Marshall, Legalization 67). New York: Chelsea, 1988. There are two works by Marshall in the list of works cited. a.
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Author: Nancy Almand Ator,Jack E. Henningfield
Category: Health and Fitness
Subcategory: Psychology & Counseling
Publisher: Chelsea House Pub (November 1, 1989)
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