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CNS Depressants will reflect the following in the eyes.
Lack of Convergence
Reaction to Light
- Present in High Doses
- Normal, but Soma and Quaaludes will dilate pupils
- Slowed reation to light
CNS Depressants will cause the following symptoms in the circulatory system.
- Slow, except ETOH and Quaaludes may elevate pulse rate
- Low blood pressure
- Normal body temperature
CNS Depressants general indicators are:
- Thick, Slurred Speech
- Drunken-like Behavior
- Gait Ataxia
- Droopy Eyes
CNS Depressants methods of administration
CNS Depressants duration of effects.
1-16 hours (depending on the substance)
CNS Depressants overdose signs
- Shallow breathing
- Cold, clammy skin
- Pupils dilated
- Rapid, weak pulse
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