Drugs and the Nervous System Essay by The Research Group

Drugs and the Nervous System
Describes some of the general effects of drugs on the human nervous system.
# 10230 | 675 words | 0 sources | 2001 | US
Published on May 11, 2003 in Medical and Health (Drugs)


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"In recent years life has been full of problems and difficulty. Human beings face difficulties in their work, in the home, and in everyday activity. Some of the most severe problems we are facing are AIDS and drugs. In this essay I will describe how drugs can be so dangerous and what they do to the nervous system.

A long time ago doctors invented drugs to help reduce the pain patients feel when they are sick or when they are having an operation. These drugs were very helpful and successful in reducing pain, but things got out of hand when people started using drugs when they were in good health.

Some people use drugs because they say it makes them feel better, and some other people say drugs make them forget their problems..."

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