Many scientific and psychiatric studies confirm that there are a number of drugs which have potentially extreme and dangerous effects on the health of the individual who uses them. Science asserts that excess of all these drugs is bad and can cause extreme health problems. A number of cases have been reported in which individuals prone to use these drugs died due to their excess usage.
There are also many drugs that can cause various side effects even from a single day use. The thing which is the most dangerous and alarming about these drugs is that they create a psychological and even a physical dependency. Research suggests that these drugs disturb the homeostatic level of the body. The homeostatic level of the body is the state of physiological equilibrium or stability of different processes which are going on in the body. Below is the list of the top 10 most dangerous drugs and their reactions.
This drug carries in it high levels of nicotine and can prove very damaging to one’s health. Once you get a taste of this drug, then the body develops a state of dependency on the drug. The main constituent of the tobacco is nicotine which reacts on the body and acts as a sedative as well as a stimulant. The use of this drug affects almost every part of the whole organ system and mostly the heart.
This drug is used for a number of purposes. This drug is used mostly in the treatment of the opium and OPIOID addiction. The thing which is indeed alarming about the drug is its use for recreational purposes. The addicted individuals crush the tablet and either smell it or inject it into the blood stream. This drug has a number of reactions on the body including dizziness, drowsiness, nausea and stomach pain.
This drug is psychoactive in nature and is used to treat problems of depression mostly. The action of this drug becomes dangerous when it is used in excess. The exact action of the drug on the nervous system is known with certainty and the specialists assert that it can cause many side effects. For example, slurred speech, drowsiness and severe depression and dependency.
This is yet another drug which acts as a stimulant and was indeed a great invention in the field psycho pharmacology. It also acts in suppressing one’s appetite. The action and the effects of this drug become dangerous to one’s health when it is used for recreational purposes. The common effects are dizziness, visual impairment, ADHD and restlessness.
Many chemists and pharmacologists confirm that alcohol is indeed a drug like many others. When it enters into one’s body, then it influences almost every part of the body and especially the central and peripheral nervous system. The usage of this drug can cause extreme physiological and mental reactions which include walking difficulties, regular migraines, drowsiness and even impairments in the thinking process of the individuals who are addicted to it.
This drug is a very powerful drug that can cause hallucinations and even paranoia. It has a number of effects on the human body including anesthesia, visual and auditory hallucinations and blood pressure problems. It has been reported for a number of recreational uses and in addiction.
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This drug has been reported as a form of an opiate drug. Its acts as an agonist in the nervous system and it also effects heavily on the neurotransmitters which are released in the human brain. The overdose of this drug can cause pneumonia, Hepatitis, and even a number of psychological disorders. The respiratory depressions and actions it causes can even cause death.
This drug has a direct on the central nervous system and can cause a number of health problems. The over dose and extreme usage of this drug is extremely dangerous and can even cause nervous breakdown. The overdose symptoms include sluggishness, visual and speech impairment, staggering, and also coma and death. Thousands of cases of death are reported every year due to the recreational usage of this drug.
This drug is indeed a very dangerous drug which is known all around the world as the slow killer. This drug influences a number of neurotransmitters at the same time and is extremely dangerous to the nervous functioning of the brain. It is has been banned in many countries due to the number of deaths it has caused.
It is a derivative of opium and is the most dangerous drug responsible of thousands of deaths every year. The tolerance to this drug develops very fast and so the body demands more and more intake of this drug. The fatal side effects include shortness of breath, seizures, disorientation, abnormal behavior, cycles of knock outs and even the whole brain stops functioning at times leading to sudden death.