| Club drug safety needed|
Covington County has more than its fair share of illegal drug use and abuse, which ...
| Meth tightens toxic grip on girls|
Sitting in a circle in a basement classroom at the Turning Point girls' residence, five ...
| ECSTASY DEPLETES BRAIN OF MOOD CHEMICAL|
Using the recreational drug Ecstasy reduces the amount of a brain chemical that controls mood, ...
| Ecstasy side effects 'not minor'|
The effects of the drug ecstasy cannot be dismissed as minor, according to an intensive ...
| Italy's Docs Failing to Report Adverse Drug Side Effects|
FLORENCE (Reuters Health) - Many Italian doctors are not reporting on adverse reactions in patients, ...
| OxyContin's deadly side effects|
Health professionals warn Western Michigan University students about the dangers of a new drug that's ...
| Mother of two withdrawals from meth in jail cell|
HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. - The physical withdrawal from methamphetamine wasn't so bad. It was knowing what ...
| Panhandle woman gets 10 years for hubby's honeymoon drug death|
SHALIMAR -- A bride has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for the honeymoon ...
The study found that, compared to the nonusers, heavy ecstasy users had significant impairments in visual and verbal memory.
Alcohol is a DOWNER that reduces activity in the central nervous system. The alcohol intoxicated person exhibits loose muscle tone, loss of fine motor coordination, and often has a staggering "drunken" gait.
Once they are addicted, the heroin abusers' primary purpose in life becomes seeking and using heroin. Heroin literally changes their brains.
Patients are as physically dependent on methadone as they were to heroin or other opiates, such as Oxycotin or Vicodin.
Morphine is a narcotic analgesic.
Morphine was first isolated from opium in 1805 by a German pharmacist, Wilhelm
Sertürner. Sertürner described it as the Principium Somniferum. He
named it morphium - after Morpheus, the Greek god of dreams. Today morphine
is isolated from opium in substantially larger quantities - over 1000 tons per
year - although most commercial opium is converted into codeine by methylation.
On the illicit market, opium gum is filtered into morphine base and then synthesized
Morphine side effects include
but are not limited to:
- involuntary movement
of the eyebal
- l blurred vision / double
- constipation "pinpoint"
- depressed or irritable
- rigid muscles
- inability to urinate
- exaggerated sense of
- light - headedness
- swelling due to fluid
- dry mouth
- tingling or pins and
- facial flushing
- fainting / faintness
- uncoordinated muscle
- floating feeling
- abdominal pain
- allergic reaction
- abnormal thinking
- high/low blood pressure
- appetite loss
- accidental injury
- memory loss insomnia
Links to Us
your support. Link to us!