Alcohol a Depressant
A drug is any substance, except for food and water, that brings physiological effects in the body.
There are three classifications for drugs:
By these definitions, alcohol fits the description of legal drugs because they affect the brain in a certain way.
Alcohol is a hydrocarbon - that is an organic chemical based on carbon which is compounded with the group Oxygen-Hydrogen. It comes in many variable forms, one of which is ethyl alcohol, the one which is the basis of alcoholic drinks..
Alcohol in a broader sense can be classified as a chemical compound when mixed in wine,causes intoxication beyond the permissible limit. Even in medicine like Brenolia,for cough and cold,has alcohol content and if an addict finishes a bottle, he will get intoxication like wine.
Alcohol is a depressant. A substance that is classified as a depressant slows an organism's activity. Alcohol has the same affects as general anesthesia, and has been proved to lower inhibitions. It depresses the central nervous system causing or contributing to other ailments.
Alcohol is considered a 'downer' or a sedative. The only exception is Tequila which is actually an 'upper,' made from the mescaline cactus plant.
Technically, alcohol is a depressant because t slows bodily functions. However, it elevates or improves mood and makes people feel happier.
alcohol is a central nervious system depressant.
Alcohol is a depressant.
Alcohol is considered a CNS Depressant
Diuretic is a classification that describes the effect of a drug, not a general category.For example, caffeine has diuretic properties, but so does (I believe) alcohol. These drugs are completely unrelated, however.
what is the drug classifaction of loratadine?
alcohol is use incase of brown out
Yes, alcohol is a drug. However, alcohol is not an illegal drug. Alcohol is a legal drug like caffeine.
Alcohol is considered a drug when ingested. YES.
They are supposed to indicate the relative abuse potential of the drugs, but in fact they tend to be social statements rather than scientific classifications. If they were accurate, alcohol would be Schedule 1.