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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Illegal Drug Infographic Cocaine: >stimulant: short-term euphoria, energy; raising heart rate and blood pressure>addictive: cocaine can cause long-term changes in the brains reward system, tolerance often develops LSD:>Hallucinogen: produces delusions and visual hallucinations>addictive: LSD is not considered an addictive drug (however, LSDcan produce tolerance) Nicotine:>stimulant: stimulates the central nervous system and increases blood pressure, respiration, and heart rate>addictive: similar to cocaine, increases levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine Inhalants:>Depressant: slurred speech, lack of coordination, euphoria, and dizziness>addictive: addiction possible(not common) Methanphetamines:>stimulant: immediate, intense euphoria, raising heart rate and blood pressure.>addictive: Highly addictive Methamphetamine causes tolerance Salvia:>Hallucinogen: hallucinogenic experiences that mimicpsychosis>addictive: little evidence of salvia causing dependence Heroin:>stimulant: "enters the brain quickly, causing a fast, intense high">addictive: Highly Addictive (23 percent become addicted) Oxycontin:>Other: "muscle relaxation/twice as potent analgesic as morphine">addictive: Oxy is an Opioid. Opioids are addictive after repeated use. high abuse potential Peyote:>Hallucinogen:increased body temperature and heart rate, uncoordinated movements, profound sweating>addictive: not found to be addictive Amphetamines:>Stimulant: boost alertness, attention, and energy, Increase heart rate and blood pressure>addictive: abusing stimulants can lead to addiction Ecstasy/Molly:>Other:increased energy, euphoria, emotional warmth and empathy toward others, and distortions in sensory and time perception.>addictive: Unknown, however MDMA targets the same neurotransmitters that are targeted by other addictive drugs. K2 Spice: >Other:Short term effects include, increased agitation, pale skin, seizures, vomiting, profuse sweating, uncontrolled / spastic body movements, elevated blood pressure, heart rate and palpitations. , psychotic effects like extreme anxiety, paranoia, and hallucinations. Spice have a high potential for abuse
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