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This Interactive Drug Guide provides an overview of the seven predominant drug classes and a list of specific drugs within each category. Click on the icons to learn about the short- and long-term effects of these drugs, as well as symptoms, and treatment options.

Psychedelics

  • >Hallucinations
  • >Swapping senses
  • >Altered perception of time
  • >Increased heart rate
  • >Loss of physical coordination
  • >Feelings of fear and/or euphoria
  • Dissociatives

  • >Nausea
  • >Numbness
  • >Confusion or lack of coordination
  • >Increased respiration or body temperature
  • >Hallucinations
  • >Loss of memory
  • >Intense anxiety, panic, paranoia, or other psychological issues
  • Opioids

  • >Difficulty breathing
  • >Drowsiness
  • >Impaired judgment
  • >Physical dependence
  • >Hormonal dysfunction
  • >Nausea, vomiting
  • Depressants

  • >Slurred speech
  • >Dizziness
  • >Dilated pupils
  • >Lack of coordination
  • >Slowed pulse and breathing
  • >Lowered blood pressure
  • >Difficulty with concentration
  • Stimulants

  • >Rapid heart rate
  • >Increased body temperature
  • >Heightened, yet scattered, awareness
  • >Nausea
  • >Wakefulness/disturbed sleep patterns
  • >Mood swings
  • >Panic, anxiety, and psychosis
  • Cannabinoids

  • >Reduction in mental clarity
  • >Delusions
  • >Hallucinations
  • >Heart attack
  • >Reduction in bone density
  • >Labored breathing
  • Empathogens

  • >Feeling a greater connection to others
  • >Increased feelings of loneliness
  • >Decreased ability to recognize facial fear
  • >Increased energy
  • >Dehydration or overhydration
  • >Erectile dysfunction
  • >Increased blood pressure, heart rate, and body temperature
  • >Systolic hypertension
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