stimulant drug

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The results obtained in this study indicate that Ritalin and other stimulant drugs of central nervous system stimulant delay fatigue, so that the athlete performs dangerously beyond their normal capacity; often athletes are unaware of the inability of the blood circulation and are brought to dangerous situations; this lack of information brings complications including including cardiovascular collapse, high blood pressure responses, the risk of orthopedic injury, seizure, coma, stroke and at ultimately death [20].
A stimulant drug, amphetamine, causes increased alertness and is also used recreationally as a performance enhancer.
31(Petra)-- Public Security workers at one of the northern border centers foiled an attempt to smuggle 90,000 pills of the illegal stimulant drug Captagon.
The drugs found were DMMC, a class B stimulant drug.
Detective Superintendent brian Usher said: "MDMA is a stimulant drug and its effects are unpredictable.
China executed convicted Japanese stimulant drug smuggler Mitsunobu Akano on Tuesday, a move that could spark new friction in otherwise improving bilateral relations between Japan and China.
Caffeine is a stimulant drug, although legal, and adults use it widely to perk themselves up.
The 78-year-old actor has been seen on TV all over China singing the praises of the stimulant drug USA Selikon.
It should be noted that Ritalin is an amphetamine-like stimulant drug, pharmacologically similar to cocaine, commonly prescribed for the psychiatric label Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
The initial focus of Life After is on recovery from methamphetamine, a highly addictive stimulant drug that has had devastating effects on communities, workplaces, homes, and families.
Regarding first-time offenders, the report found that 45 percent of thieves went on to commit more crimes, followed by a 42 percent repeat rate for violators of the stimulant drug control law, 33 percent for those who committed violence and bodily injury, 32 percent for robbers, and 32 percent for rapists.
Volkow, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), methamphetamine is "a stimulant drug that can have devastating medical, psychiatric, and social consequences.
25 Years Ago Willie Johnston returns home in disgrace today banned for life from playing for Scotland after being found guilty of taking a stimulant drug.
Meth is a highly addictive stimulant drug, Shutske points out.
Fortunately, in the majority of cases of stimulant drug diversion--an ADHD patient sharing her/his medication with another individual, for example -- the medication is most likely to be taken orally with few if any significant adverse effects.