News Results - Stimulants

    • Stimulant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stimulant Stimulants are the most effective, most commonly prescribed medications for ADHD. [7] The most common stimulant medications are substituted phenethylamines ...
    • What Are Stimulants and What Do They Do?

      psychology.about.com/od/psychoactivedrugs/a/stimulants.htm Stimulants are a class of psychoactive drug that increase activity in the brain. These drugs can temporarily elevate alertness, mood, and awareness.
    • What Are Stimulants? List of Stimulant Drugs & Their Side ...

      www.drugfreeworld.org/drugfacts/prescription/stimulants.html The short-term effects of stimulants include exhaustion, apathy and depression—the “down” that follows the “up.” It is this immediate and lasting exhaustion ...
    • Stimulants | Risky Health Issues for Teens

      www.pamf.org/teen/risk/drugs/stimulants Stimulants are sometimes referred to as "uppers" and can make you feel less tired both physically and mentally. Two commonly used stimulants are nicotine, found in ...
    • Fact Sheet - STIMULANTS

      www.well.com/user/woa/fsstim.htm Stimulants is a name given to several groups of drugs that tend to increase alertness and physical activity. The groups include pharmaceuticals such as amphetamines ...
    • Stimulants - Cocaine | NIDA for Teens

      teens.drugabuse.gov/drug-facts/stimulants Stimulants like cocaine change the way the brain works by changing the way nerve cells communicate. Nerve cells, called neurons, send messages to each other by ...
    • Stimulants: Background, Drug Enforcement Agency ...

      emedicine.medscape.com/article/289007-overview Stimulants are substances that induce a number of characteristic symptoms. CNS effects include alertness with increased vigilance, a sense of well-being ...