How does morphine affect the mind?
Well, it created lots of morphine addicts. Soldiers treated with morphine for the pain of their injuries usually became addicts. In 1898 Bayer began marketing of Heroin as a non-addictive morphine substitute, cough suppressant, and cure for morphine addiction. Many surviving civil war veterans that were morphine addicts switched to Heroin and became Heroin addicts.
Generally yes. Morphine Sulfate is basically Morphine Base + Sulfuric Acid. This is called "salting" Making a morphine salt makes it more water soluble (for injections). Because you are adding weight (sulfate) to morphine (base), the weight of Morphine Sulfate will have less morphine (base) in it. For example: 20mg of morphine sulfate has ~15mg of morphine (the other 5mg are due to sulfate molecule and 5 water molecules). This is called the base equivalency…
Alcohol and other drugs alter mood and affect the mind by interfering with the central nervous system right or wrong?
well i think that the body is used to morphine now and is addicted and you don't want it to be jfhs ajf Some people have been on small doses of morphine for years and have led a relatively healthy life. However, it is addictive as you know and there comes a time when a little isn't enough. It's hard on the heart, kidneys and liver, not to mention damaging brain cells.
Eduard Levinstein has written: 'Die Morphiumsucht' -- subject(s): Morphine Dependence, Morphine abuse 'Morbid craving for morphia' -- subject(s): Morphine Dependence, Morphine abuse 'Morbid craving for morphia' -- subject(s): Morphine abuse 'Morbid craving for morphia' -- subject(s): Morphine Dependence, Morphine abuse 'Die Morphiumsucht' -- subject(s): Morphine Dependence, Morphine abuse
It is dangerous to take morphine, zanax, and prozac together because prozac is an SSRI, or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor, which means that it is used to treat clinical depression. This, combined with morphine, a pain-killer, and zanax, which is used to treat anxiety or panic, would result in a mixture of drugs that affect large areas of the body in different ways, overloading the nervous system.