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How does codeine affect the neurotransmission? What is the impact>

How does codeine affect the neurotransmission? What is the impact>

Binds to brain recep: Codeine's active metabolite, mainly morphine, exerts analgesic and euphoric effects by binding to mu receptors ...Read more

Dr. Clifford Gevirtz
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Oxycodone (Definition)

Schedule ii controlled medication. Opioid (semi-synthetic) used ...Read more


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How does anxiety affect the body long term?

How does anxiety affect the body long term?

Several ways: Stress causes hormonal and chemo-transmitters changes which over extended periods cause a multitude of problems to your bodies glands and organs. The mind and body are intimately related. Heart , kidney, pancreas, and many more problems, including malignancies, can result from long term stress. ...Read more

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How does Rohypnol affect the muscles?

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How does Rohypnol affect the muscles?

Rohypnol: It is marketed by roche co. For inpatient short-term use in severe insomnia. It is a hypnotic, sedative, anticonvulsant, anxiolytic, amnestic & skeletal muscle relaxant. It can cause hypotonia. ...Read more

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How does alcohol chemically affect the brain?

How does alcohol chemically affect the brain?

Alcohol & Brain: Alcohol enhances GABA & suppresses NMDA, leading to CNS depression, then leading to rebound during withdrawal, which causes Neurotransmitters to be more excitable, hence Neurotoxicity develops. ...Read more

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How will herion affect the brain in the long term?

How will herion affect the brain in the long term?

It destroys lives: Heroin use/addiction destroys many lives, the users and their family and friends, and negatively affect society in general (huge healthcare recourse/cost burden). Some of the effects on the brain itself is pictured here. It also affect your circulatory/respiratory system. Stop it now and seek help--only u can turn your life around. Life is precious. Be good. Be alive! good luck. ...Read more

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How does ketamine affect the brain?

How does ketamine affect the brain?

Pain and anesthesia: Ketamine is a controlled substance. Addictive, Dissociates the brain and an NMDA antagonist Causes nystagmus, halucination double vision- should be used by trained physicians Growing illicit use and disasters when used by addicts .Gabor Racz MD ...Read more

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How does Rohypnol affect the brain?

How does Rohypnol affect the brain?

Many ways: it is an intermediate acting benzodiazepine used as an hypnotic, sedative, anticonvulsant, anxiolytic, and skeletal muscle relaxant drug. if you use it infrequently, just helps you to calm down for sleep. Long-term use can lead to dependence. Withdrawals are bad – could lead to seizures. Do not take it for long time – you will feel anxious all the time even though you take a coming medication ...Read more

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How does alcohol affect the periodontium?

How does alcohol affect the periodontium?

Alcohol dental healt: Alcohol impairs white blood cells from protecting the gums and causes 50% more rate of periodontal infections, compared to non drinkers. Also, heavy drinkers do not have healthy diet, neither a healthy life style, all come into play, causing much more general health hazards than just dental problems. But dental problems in turn trigger more risk of heart attacks and shortenned life. Vicious cycle. ...Read more

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How does LSD affect the brain?

How does LSD affect the brain?

LSD: It is a hallucinogen. It alters your senses of time, space, & distance. U can hear colors or see sounds. The bad trip last @ 12 hours. Strange feelings & strong emotions are common. U can experience panic, confusion, sadness & scary images. It can affect your judgment & your behavior can get out of control. Your pupils dilate, your heart rate & blood pressure increase. You shak ...Read more

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How does alcohol affect the brain? What about valium?

How does alcohol affect the brain? What about valium?

Many ways: Classic is cerbellar atrophy affecting coordination and balance. Also, may see general atrophy with multiple cognitive issues. Wernicke-korsakoff can cause short-term memory loss, and behavioural changes. Epilepsy can also develop. The valium issues are rather milder, but habituation, sedation, seizures upon stopping may be seen. ...Read more

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How does alcohol affect the body?

How does alcohol affect the body?

Alcohol: Alcohol affects every part of the body, from brain, to liver, heart, kidneys, blood, skin, only to mention a few. ...Read more

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How does lupus affect the brain?

How does lupus affect the brain?

See below: Strokes, CNS vasculitis, seizures on occasion, and neurocognitive diffficulties on occasion. ...Read more

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How will methamphetamine affect the brain?

How will methamphetamine affect the brain?

Harmful effects: Methamphetamine abuse is a grave problem that can lead to serious health conditions including brain damage, memory loss, psychotic-like behavior, heart damage, hepatitis, and HIV transmission, " says dr. Nora d. Volkow, director of the national institute on drug abuse. ...Read more

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How does scoliosis affect the cells?

How does scoliosis affect the cells?

See below: Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine. While this may lead to pain at times it does not affect the "cells". ...Read more

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How does salt affect the liver?

How does salt affect the liver?

Liver: controlling Salt intake is important if you have liver disease like cirrhosis ...Read more

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How long should I wait to take Suboxone after my last dose of oxycodone? I can't wait 24 hrs.

How long should I wait to take Suboxone after my last dose of oxycodone? I can't wait 24 hrs.

If you are dependent: on oxycodone, and you take suboxone BEFORE you are in active withdrawal, you will very much wish you had waited!! SUboxone will cause precipitated withdrawal in people who are not already in withdrawal, and precipitated withdrawal is far more severe than naturally developing withdrawal, and can actually be life-threatening, with seizures, delirium and very very severe withdrawal symptoms. ...Read more

Dr. Clifford Gevirtz
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Roxicodone (Definition)

Roxicodone is a drug that increases narcotic effects which is a ...Read more


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Oxyir (Definition)

OxyIR is a drug that increases narcotic effects which is a ...Read more