Depressants are more popular among teenagers which depress the activity of the central nervous system. Depressants are often referred to as "downers" because of their sedative, hypnotic and tranquilizing effects. There are both legal and illegal depressants.
Tranquilizers and other depressants calm nerves and relax muscles. They are bright-colored capsules or tablets that are legally available through a doctor for medical reasons, but can be illegally abused.
These depressants are sometimes called as downers, goofballs, barbs, blue devils, yellow jackets, ludes.
How depressants are used?
Depressants are swallowed.
What are the causes will happen?
When used as prescribed drug (given) by a doctor, depressants can calm nerves and relax muscles.
Larger or improperly used doses of depressant drugs can cause confusion, shaking and lack of coordination.. Some one who takes them may have slurred speech and an inability to concentrate, and he or she may fall asleep at work or school.
Depressant drugs are very hazardous drug if taken with alcohol and certain other drugs. Over doses of depressant drugs can stop your breathing and destroy you soon.