Downside of Uppers

Subject: 
Cocaine and Methamphetamine
Minutes Long: 
27

This video by Dr. Ohlms using clear language and the latest information on research and trends, discusses the physical and psychological dangers of stimulants, primarily cocaine and methamphetamine. He describes in easy to understand detail how stimulants affect brain cells, causing an euphoric high, while also depleting the cells of natural neurotransmitters. This causes the user to “crash” after the high is over, making stimulants extremely addictive. Also discusses the various stages of withdrawal from violent psychosis to cardiovascular problems.

Produced By: 
Canadian Learning
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