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MH Addiction Drug ac

MH Addiction Drug action

Michigan's legal limit (breathalyzer)? 0.08%
___86% liquor. ___Glass of wine. ___Can/bottle beer. ___lbs person 1 oz. 4--5 oz. 12 oz. 150 lbs
Biological Addiction theories. ETOH & CNS Depressants act on ____. GABA
Biological addiction theories. Inactivates ____&___In mice (⬆️ Or ⬇️) cocaine rewards Serotonin & Dopamine. ⬇️⬇️
ETOH & opiates slot into receptors sites in the ___ brain Mid
(__1__) is a normal NT that moderates stress & makes us feel well. ETOH metabolized in (__2__) produces (__3__) which saturates (__1__) receptor sites. This results in (⬆️ Or ⬇️) synthesis & (⬆️ Or ⬇️) of natural (__1__) 1. Met-enkephalins. 2. Liver. 3. THIQ. ⬇️ & ⬇️
(__1__) Causes a craving of ETOH/Opiates. People prone to alcoholism produce (⬆️ Or ⬇️) THIQ in their liver when they drink. 1. ⬇️⬇️ Met-enkephalins. ⬆️⬆️
General depressant withdrawal syndrome. Benzodiazepines. Barbiturates. Alcohol. (_1_) receptors are ⬇️⬇️ Regulated. When (__2__) DEPRESSANT stopped, inadequate (__1__) INHIBITITION ==(__3__) 1. GABA 2. CNS 3. Withdrawal Symptoms
The (__) the half-life of the substance the (__) the withdrawal Longer. Shorter
Activate endorphin receptors causing an increase release of dopamine Opiates-heroin & OxyCotin
Causes the release of dopamine and norepinephrine and blocks the process of de-gradation Amphetamine
Chronic use of amphetamines causes permanent damage to__transportation and production structures. Tolerance begins before blood levels drop significantly Dopamine
Disrupts serotonin pathways. Sometimes permanently Hallucinogens and dissociative
Disrupts glutamate receptor sites and dopamine. PCP
PCP is a? Hallucinogen
Ectasy MDMA 3,4 methylenedioxyamphetamine has Stimulant and dissociative properties
Causes release of serotonin and dopamine. Damages and destroys dopamine serotonin containing neurons Ectasy
___ Prevents the reuptake of dopamine in the ventral trigeminal Area (__) To the nucleus ACCUMBENS (____) and creates a sensation a pleasure Cocaine. Brainstem. Limbic system
Binds to serotonin and norepinephrine receptors while simultaneously blocking reuptake Cocaine
Chronic use of cocaine result in down regulation of __1__Receptors. During withdrawal (hi or low) __1__ causes the craving Dopamine. Low Dopamine
Marijuana. THC bInds to ___ receptors. THC (⬆️ Or ⬇️ __) release causing decreased activity Anandamide. ⬇️ Dopamine
Paradoxically THC stimulates the ventral trigeminal area (in the___) to the nucleus ACCUMBENS (__) Creating a sense of pleasure Brain stem. Limbic system
Created by: srchilds