Hallucinogens

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Hallucinogens
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2010-01-24 07:29:39
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Hallucinogens, Symptoms
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  1. The Romberg's for Hallucinogens users is
  2. The general indicators of Hallucinogens usage are:
    • Dazed apperance
    • Body Tremors
    • Synesthesia
    • Hallucinations
    • Paranoia
    • Uncoordinator
    • Nausea
    • Disoriented
    • Difficulty in speech
    • Perspiration
    • Poor perception of time and distance
    • Memory loss
    • Disorientation
    • Flashbacks

    **LSD will cause hair to stand on ends
  3. The duration of the effects for Hallucinogens
    varies depending on type of hallucinogen
  4. Overdose signs of Hallucinogens
    Long, intense trips
  5. Hallucinogens will reflect the following symptoms in the eyes

    HGN
    VGN
    Lack of Convergence
    Pupil Size
    Reaction to Light
    • HGN, VGN and the lack of convergence are not present
    • Pupils will be dilated
    • Reaction to light will be normal, except certain psychedelic amphetamines may cause slowing
  6. Methods of administration for Hallucinogens include:
    • Oral
    • Insufllation
    • Smoked
    • Injected
    • Transdermal
  7. Hallucinogens will cause the following symptoms in the circulatory system:

    Pulse Rate
    Blood Pressure
    Body Tempature
    Pulse rate, blood pressure and body tempatures are up in Hallucinogen users.

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