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What Is The Severe Effect Of Drugs In Human Body

How do steroids affect the human body?

steroids are drugs with many dangerous side effects, The phsycological effects are, edginess, impatience, paranoid feelings, severe mood swings including, depression, obsession with body image, having to work out, and food
angry and violent outbursts known as "roid rage.
Then there are the physical side effects as well RE: liver damage
kidney damage
increased blood pressure and cholesterol (risk for heart disease)
depressed immune system (risk for infections)
headache and stomach ache
severe facial and body acne
decreased joint flexibility

In men:
breast enlargement
shrunken testicles
lowered sperm count
increased sex drive
decreased sexual performance - difficulty getting and maintaining erections

In women:
growth of facial and body hair
male pattern balding
development of Adam's apple
deepening of voice
enlargement of clitoris
abnormal or absent menstrual period

In teens:
stunted growth due to early closure of the growth centres in long bones
severe acne

How do drugs affect the body?

Medicines perform a number of functions in interfering with symptoms, disease processes or transmission of painful signals throughout the brain and periphery. They may cause interference or supplement enzymes or hormones, they made aid in nutrition. They may interfere with cellular growth of invading or cancerous cells. They can cause the blood vessels to dilate or constrict. They may combat chemicals produces in the process of immune response or enhance immunity. They hasten or slow the gastric and intestinal motility and balance acid and bases. They accelerate or decrease pulsatile activity of the heart and interrupt the body’s clotting cascade. They may decrease suffering. They may cause the bronchioles in the lung to dilate or constrict as well. There are no perfect drugs only those with more or less side effects when considered for use based on relative risk to do harm or have a benefit. Drugs are agents of change in the body.

Will I get any permanent effects by using MDMA (ecstasy) drug ONLY once and suffer any negative effect my whole life? Or is every effect temporary?

First of all, being a "responsible man" has absolutely NOTHING to do with whether you become addicted to something or not. Addiction is a disease that hijacks a very primitive part of the brain, causing confusion between the drug use and survival itself. The resultant cravings are FAR beyond the "oh, I'd sort of like to get high right now." They are more like "YOU MUST USE THIS VERY INSTANT, OR YOU WILL DIE, DIE, DIE, DIE, .....!"MDMA does have some addiction potential, but a single use is highly unlikely to cause any problems in that area. MDMA is chemically related to Methamphetamine (METH) which is a pretty terrifying drug, and can be extremely addictive, as well as causing horrific health problems. It is sort of a hybrid between the meth, and a psychedelic of sorts. As long as you are careful to not become so entranced by dancing, or some other physically extreme activity, you should be fine. Stay hydrated, remind yourself to be willing to listen to friends who point out that you, say, haven't stopped dancing at the rave for 6 hours. Your body temperature can soar, and your heart can be damaged, just like with any stimulant such as meth, amphetamines, or cocaine. This is rare, but it needs to be said.If you are worried about mental "damage," don't. It's not all that psychedelic anyway, plus entheogens such as LSD, Psilocybin, Mescaline, DMT, and so forth do not cause any sort of brain damage, and the so-called "flashbacks" are pretty much mythological. I've been waiting over 20 years now (since my last LSD trip) for mine to kick in, but no dice. Thankfully, I have learned and now mastered non-drug methods of entering into the exact same space that LSD brought me to so dramatically as a young man. Most of us find that such wonderful medicines outlive their usefulness at a certain point. They serve as pointers -- signposts to the rest of reality and sooner or later we all learn to just see it all. MDMA is a wonderful sign pointer, because it shows you, however briefly, what it feels like to love others unconditionally. Even though this is a drug experience, it is a perfectly natural way for a human being to live, and the rewards are immense.

Why does amphotericin B cause severe side effects in humans?

The antibiotic amphotericin B causes leaks in cells by combining with sterols in the plasma membrane. Would you expect to use amphotericin B against a bacterial infection? A fungal infection? Offer a reason why amphotericin B has severe side effects in humans.

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What are the effects of consuming schedule H drugs (medicinal)?

As I understand it, Schedule H drugs are available by prescription only in India and include medications spanning many classifications of drugs, so the short answer to your question is the effects depend on which drug is taken. Here is a list of schedule H drugs:Schedule HIf you have an interest in a specific drug, run the following search on your preferred search engine:(insert drug name) uses and side effectsExample:Amantadine hydrochloride uses and side effects

Effects of Drug on Behavior question?

My classmates position is flawed from the very beginning by assuming that all three of these have similar effects.
Alcohol is a depressant, therefore it has effects on the behavior that lead to sluggishness as it depresses the central nervous system of the body.
Marijuana is classified as a hallucinogen due to its perception altering capacity. The only thing Marijuana and Alcohol have in common is that both have an effect of depressing the body and mind.
Cocaine is nothing like either of the two listed above as it is a stimulant and works by stimulating the central nervous system. It does offer some hallucinations but only after prolonged abuse.

The only thing that all three of these drugs have in common is their addictive potential (it has been proven that marijuana can be addictive) and the potential for severe damage to the central nervous system from too much use.