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What are stimulants?

Stimulants are drugs which help in the faster transmission of signals between body and brain. Stimulants are linked to enhanced dopamine release which help in increasing awareness, alerting and boosting confidence in a person. Common forms of stimulants are cocaine, caffeine, nicotine and amphetamines.

The most popular stimulant in the world is caffeine. Caffeine is frequently used in everyday life and can be found in tea, coffee, tea and energy drinks. Caffeine helps being attentive and staying awake temporarily. But overconsumption of  caffeine  can lead to insomnia, restlessness, and cardiac arrest. Due to its diuretic properties, caffeine may make you urinate more frequently. A lower risk of developing some malignancies like cancer is also associated with caffeine intake.

Are Stimulants Harmful?

Stimulants can be misused in a variety of ways. It can be injected with the help of a needle, consumed as pills, snorted as pills or can be smoked. Injecting and smoking the stimulants produces much higher impact on the brain whereas swallowing and snorting produces less impact. Frequent consumption and misuse of stimulants may lead to addiction and dependence. Stimulant dependence can be physical, psychological or a combination of the two. Stimulant dependent people find more pleasure in getting high and loose interest in other social events in life

They yearn for stimulant consumption and struggle to avoid using it.

The effects of stimulants might range from temporary energy increases to permanent brain or organ system damage. Any level of stimulant usage can affect the user, and in severe situations, the damage may be long-lasting.

Chronic stimulant users develop tolerance and demand higher doses of stimulants to experience the euphoria that they feel after intake of stimulants. Experimenting stimulants with other drugs may produce lethal results which can be harmful for the consumer. 

Signs and Symptoms of Stimulant Abuse

The intended use of stimulants can lead to abuse and dependency, just like with any prescribed medicine. It can be challenging to determine when someone has crossed the line from legal stimulant use into addiction.

The following warning indicators and symptoms of stimulant abuse include:

  • Intense urges for food or drugs
  • Headaches
  • Anxiety
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Financial difficulty
  • Diminished appetite
  • Restlessness

Effects of stimulants

Effects at lesser doses include:

  • Euphoria
  • Heart rate and blood pressure increased 
  •  Heightened vigilance
  • Talkativeness
  • Loss of Appetite
  •  Diminished appetite

Effects from higher doses include:

  • The body's temperature rose under stress.
  • Nausea
  • Tremor
  • Seizures
  • Coma
  • Death

Side effects of Stimulants

 Side effects of stimulants include-

  • Elevated heartbeat.
  • An increase in blood pressure.
  • Elevated body temperature.
  • Tremors or muscle tremors.
  • Agitation

Seek help from Rehabilitation centre in Etawah

Use of stimulant medications comes with significant health concerns. Addiction is hard to stop but it’s not impossible to overcome. Professional inpatient therapy is the best treatment plant that can be used to overcome this addiction. At Simran Shri Rehabilitation Center in etawah we provide the best treatment plans for people  battling with stimulant drug addiction. You can visit our rehabilitation center in etawah or speak to our experts over-call and choose the treatment plan that could be best for you or your loved one. Don’t struggle alone. Call us at any time. We are here for you.

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