Illegal Drugs That Make You Sleepy
Despite the “high” that comes from illegal drugs, which is often described as “euphoric,” “rush,” “ecstatic,” or “feeling up,” the moment is short-lived. Following the desired effects of the drugs is the crash that results from the chemical imbalances in the body. Aside from mood and physical changes, energy is depleted, and drowsiness or insomnia often follows. Just as the effects are unique to each drug, so are the effects that follow usage.
- Rush: euphoria, hyperactivity, boundless energy, boosted self-confidence, heightened awareness
- Crash: insomnia, headaches, tremors, paranoia, tremors
- Rush: mental exhilaration, euphoria, general well-being
- Crash: depression, drowsiness
- Rush: euphoria, alertness, energy, boost in self-confidence
- Crash: excessive sleepiness, psychotic behavior, aggression, violence, memory loss
- Rush: extreme energy, enhanced sense of pleasure, empathy, increased self-confidence
- Crash: tiredness, lack of motivation, nausea, vomiting, seizures, biting inside of the cheek
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