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Last Updated: 17th Apr 2024

What are illegal depressant drugs?

Depressants include alcohol, opioids (e.g. heroin), barbiturates and GHB. The drugs called stimulants, also known as psychostimulants, stimulate the central nervous systems and speed up messages between the brain to the body. These drugs can increase energy, heart rate, and appetite.



This being said, which drugs are depressants?

Benzodiazepines such as Xanax and Klonopin are commonly referred to by the term abenzosa. Others depressants include Amytal, Numbutal, Seconal and Seconal. These drugs are used as sedatives or sleeping pills.

What are some examples of legal drugs, other than the ones mentioned above? Cigarettes, Marijuana Cigarettes, and Alcohol are all legal substances.

What are some examples of depressants, other than this?

The central nervous system activity is slowed down by depressants. Many medical conditions can be treated with depressants, such as anxiety, insomnia, and seizures. There are many types of depressants available, including alcohol, benzodiazepines and opioids.

What are legal and illegal drugs?

You can buy legal drugs over-the-counter, or get a prescription from your doctor. Illegal drugs can not legally manufactured, purchased or sold in the United States. Other drugs can be legal in certain situations, but are illegal when they are abused.