Drugs – Agonist and Antagonist
Depress nerves in skeletal muscles Cause erratic and unpredictable behavior Slurred speech May lead to pneumonia Respiratory failure Liver damage Treats anxiety Insomnia Depression Illegal for recreational used Cocaine Agonies at dopamine receptors Irritability Paranoia Restlessness Anxiety Increasing sense of alertness Elevated mood Can caused a heart attack Stroke Lung damage Kidney failure Impaired ejaculation Feel calm and relax Feel one clear headed Illegal DMS Feeling as if time moves faster/slower Distortion of colors Double vision Panic attacked Bad/Goof trips Mental Health Emotional effects Blood pressure
Ecstasy Agonies at morphogenesis receptors Vomiting High blood pressure Dilated pupils Jaw and teeth clenching Hallucination Muscle stiffness Treats patients that deals with psychiatric disorders GHB Agonies at GHB and GAB receptors Sleepiness Memory lapses Shallow breathing nausea muscle tremors diarrhea Death Seizures Respiratory arrest Works as anesthetics Heroin Agonies at p-podia receptors – feeling of euphoria – users will go into an alternately wakeful and drowsy state sometimes called “on the nod. – Because heroin suppresses the central nervous system, the user experiences “cloudy” mental function. Pain relief reduced sexual urges constricted pupils dry mouth slow breathing rate decreased heart rate and blood pressure nausea and vomiting reduced appetite. Kidney disease – increased
Relieve pain Helps body get rid of toxins faster Help calm the nerves Stay illegal as it harms the body and is highly addictive Agonies at ATARI receptor Happiness and confidence Talking more and feeling energetic Repeating simple things like itching and scratching -Increased sex drive – Dilated pupils Blurred vision Increased breathing rate Severe headache Tremors of the hands and fingers Excessive sweating Increased blood pressure Increased body temperature Rapid and irregular heartbeat Permanent damage to blood vessels in the brain, usually associated with very high doses (in extreme cases death may occur). Death – Reduced appetite and extreme weight loss, Restless sleep, Dry mouth and dental problems Regular colds or flu, Trouble concentrating ,Breathlessness ,Muscle deftness ,Anxiety, paranoia and violence ,Depression Heart and kidney problems Increased risk of stroke ,Needing to use more to get the same effect, Dependence on ice Treat narcolepsy Help with ADD Help with dietary problems Should stay illegal as there are greater risks than benefits Astatine Antagonist at AMANDA receptor increased heart rate and blood pressure, nausea, vomiting, numbness, depression, amnesia, hallucinations and potentially fatal respiratory problems.
Astatine blocks nerve paths without depressing respiratory and circulatory functions, and therefore acts as a reliable anesthetic used as a “date-rape” drug due to the detached, dreamlike state it creates – Large doses could induce unconsciousness which could lead to cardiovascular failure Used as a general anesthetic I. E. Or: Minor pediatric surgeries Asthmatics Topical applications for nerve pain Emergency surgery in field conditions in war zones Supplement spinal or epidural analgesia Should be controlled. Recreational use should be illegal. Lithium (becomes widely distributed in the central nervous system and interacts with a number of neurotransmitters and receptors, decreasing morphogenesis noradrenalin) release and increasing serotonin synthesis. Extreme thirst, urinating more or less than usual; weakness, fever, feeling restless or confused, eye pain and vision problems; restless muscle movements in your eyes, tongue, Jaw, or neck; pain, cold feeling, or disconsolation in your fingers or toes; feeling light-headed, fainting, slow heart rate; hallucinations, seizure (blackout or convulsions); fever with muscle stiffness, sweating, fast or uneven heartbeats; or early signs of lithium toxicity, such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, drowsiness, muscle weakness, remorse, lack of coordination, blurred vision, or ringing in your ears mild tremor of the hands; weakness, lack of coordination; mild nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, stomach pain or upset; thinning or drying of itching skin. Prevent manic and depressive episodes Treatment of bipolar disorder Reduce risk of suicide Should be legalized as it is useful in treating mental disorders Mushrooms(active chemical is psilocybin) (affects the central nervous system by disturbing the normal interaction of nerve cells and the functioning of the neurotransmitter serotonin) Blurry vision Increased heart rate Confusion
Poor sense of time Distortion of objects and colors Euphoria Nausea, vomiting Change in blood pressure Flashbacks Poisoning Worsening of a current mental condition Schizophrenia Relieve cluster headaches Help with COD Antidepressant Illegal-because hallucinogens distort one’s perception of reality are people might ’cause put others in danger while on the drug Nitrous Oxide Hypertension Calmness, euphoria, pain relief, memory loss, unconsciousness hyperglycemia Anesthetic for dental treatment Opium Agonies at the mum podia receptor Relaxation Reduced anxiety Sense of emotional detachment (or out-of-body experience) Reduced pain Reduced Stress Altered mood/mental state Reduced appetite Weight loss Reduced energy Reduced sex drive Difficulty concentrating Impaired vision Opium addiction Lung cancer/disease (from smoking it) Renal failure Coma In controlled doses, can be used for treatment of neurotic chronic pain Used in the form of a paregoric, it can treat diarrhea Legalized, but must be controlled because of its addictive nature. Phenylalanine (PC) Antagonist at AMANDA (and nacho) receptors Physical: Numbness in extremities Shallow, rapid breathing Increased heart rate and blood pressure Decreased awareness of pain
Muscle contractions Psychological: Change in body image Loss of ego boundaries Diversification Memory loss Convulsions and seizures Brain damage Fever Suicidal impulses Can be used as an anesthetic agent Stay Illegal. It has highly unpredictable negative effects and is mostly used recreational Methadone (Calluses) Agonies at GAB receptors Drowsiness Reduced heart rate Reduced respiration Increased sexual arousal Parenthesis (numbness of finger and toes) Headache Photography Delirium Convulsions Death (through cardiac or respiratory arrest) Treatment of insomnia Sedative Muscle Relaxant Stay illegal. Currently, there are many alternatives [of sedatives] with fewer side effects.
Planetarium (Roping) Agonies at Benedictine sites on GAB-A receptor Retroactive Amnesia (memory impairment) Lowered blood pressure Muscle relaxation Visual disturbances Poor reaction time Upset stomach Retention of urine Nightmares Respiratory depression Sleep death Hypotonic (for pregnancies) Treatment of sever insomnia Used as pre-anesthetic medication Legalized, but controlled for risk of date rape uses Steroids (Anabolic) Agonies at androgen receptor In controlled doses, anabolic steroids cause: Increased protein synthesis from amino acids Increased appetite Increased bone and remodeling growth Increase of lean mass Improved strength For men: Reduced sperm count Shrink testicles (testicular atrophy) Impotency Enlarge breasts (gynecologist) For women: Increased body hair Make skin rough Decrease breast size Enlarge clitoris Deepen voice Infrequent or absent periods For men and women: Stunted growth in adolescents Heart attack or stroke Harmful changes in cholesterol levels Liver disease and possibly cancer Male-pattern hair loss Irritability and rage Therapy for hypothalamic enemies Treat children with growth failure (rare)