answersLogoWhite

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2012-12-04 13:40:16
2012-12-04 13:40:16

there is a chemical in your body that has a cell and when you take drugs it blows your entire body into midair

001
๐Ÿฆƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions



Alcohol acts as a depressant. That is, it slows the functioning of the body, including muscular response.


through the CNS as alcohol is a CNS depressant.


Alcohol is considered a depressant because it slows the body and mind down. The effects of drinking will happen over a few hours and cause the body not to function at its best.


It could be because alcohol is a depressant. Most people think that means that it makes them depressed when they drink which is not what a depressant actually is. A depressant is how it reacts with your body and it depresses your body systems. On the flip side; cocaine is a stimulent so it stimulates your body systems.


No. It is a depressant to the body but a stimulant to mood.


NO! Alcohol is a depressant. Which means your entire body slows down including your breathing.


Any drug (like cigarette and Alcohol) are deadly dangerous for the human body. The whole body system is affected, because brain gets slow and lungs get destroyed. Alcohol directly affect the brain, which controls the whole body. In practical terms, alcohol upset the whole system, of the body.


Alcohol is both a stimulant and a depressant. After a certain amount of drinks alcohol switches from a stimulant to a depressant.Several thoughts expressed, those they mostly say "No.":No, alcohol is not a stimulant, it is a central nervous system depressant in that it slows or depresses the functioning of the body. However, it is often considered a stimulant in that it enhances mood and stimulates conviviality and makes you feel good for a while. Alcohol is not a stimulant despite many beliefs. Alcohol is a depressant.Technically, it is both a stimulant and a depressant. After your blood-alcohol reaches a certain percent, around .08, there is so much in your body that the effects switch from a stimulant to a depressant.No, alcohol is considered to be a depressant. That is, it slows bodily functions. However, it stimulates or elevates mood.No. It is a depressant, and the funny part is when people are depressed - they DRINK IT.Alcohol is a depressant and a stimulant.No. Alcohol is classified as a depressant.Alcohol is considered to be both a stimulant and a sedative for humans. It is a stimulant when you first consume the alcohol but becomes a sedative if you drink too much or once you start losing the alcohol in your system.Yes, Alcohol can act as a stimulant.Alcohol is a depressant in that it slows or depresses bodily functions. However, it has the tendency to elevate mood.The alcohol is a drug, when is used systematic. The drug are making you feel good for a coulpe of minutes, or our and then the mood goes down and the people feel depressed, tired and angry. So the alcohol is more a depressant than a stimulant. Absolutely a depressant.While alcohol is classified as a depressant, it also demonstrates stimulatory and hallucinogenic properties in humans. It increases physical movement and promotes positive mood. Low doses are commonly related to the stimulating effect while higher doses are know to cause hallucinations, especially during withdrawal.No, alcohol is a depressant.depressant.It's a depressant but it can stimulate peoples emotions and behavior.Depressant.No. Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant, the exact opposite of a stimulant. It may make a user feel more energetic for a short time, but that is by changing the drinkers perception, not her metabolism.First of all, alcohol is not a stimulant, it is a depressant. Individuals may have feelings of excitement, because endorphins are released to counter-act the effects of the depression of the central nervous system. Once that wears off, the effects become clear.The opposite- it is a depressant.No. It has long been classified as a depressant.no. alchole is not a stimulantAlcohol, when consumed, acts as the opposite of a stimulant or upper. Alcohol depresses the central nervous system, and in the process greatly decreases the level of good judgment. Since alchol depresses the central nervous system, it negatively affects sight, hearing, balance, and so forth.Alcohol is a depressant.slows down ur CNS. its a depressant if i am WRONG SORRYslows down ur CNS. its a depressant if i am WRONG SORRYYes alcohol classifies as a stimulant because it is a depressant. A stimulant is anything that alters your state of mind.No its just the opposite its a depressantIt is a Depressant.


A depressant is a drug that makes your mind and body activity down and slow. Some examples are alcohol, cough medicine, and marijuana.


Alcohol is classified as a depressant because it slows (depresses) the actions of and within the body. This confuses many people who think that its classification as a depressant means that alcohol makes people depressed, which it doesn't.


Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant. It stimulates nothing. The temporary "lift" is psychological.


a depressant is a drug that slows down your body. a depressant is a drug that slows down your body.


True. They do directly affect the Human Body.


Alcohol affects every cell in the body.


Alcohol and the Human Body - 1949 was released on: USA: 1949


It is highly toxic to the human body.


Consumed in moderation, alcohol contributes to good health and greater longevity than does either abstaining or abusing alcohol. Alcohol abuse can have very bad safety and health consequences.


disease affect the human body by breaking down the body cell


Alcohol affects not only every system in the body, but every cell in the body.


Alcohol consumption slows (or depresses) the actions of the body and its components. Although alcohol typically elevates mood it's called a depressant because of its "slowing" effects.


Alcohol is a central nervous system [ CNS ] depressant. It depresses your respiration , heart rate and reaction time.


Not very long, alcohol dehydrates your body.


It is not advised to drink alcohol while taking any anti-depressant. Alcohol is a depressant so it has the opposite effect of the Lexapro. With that said I have had a few social drinks on occasion with Lexapro and other similar meds and have not had a problem. Note : Alcohol is a nervous system depressant , meaning it slows the messages from your brain to your body and slows down your thinking it DOES NOT depress your mood . When you drink consider your mood !


No. the consumption of alcohol slows the functioning of the CNS. That's what it means to say that alcohol is a depressant. It slows of depresses the functioning of the body although it can elevate the mood.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.