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Stimulants

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Depressants – opiates/benzo’s etc

Depressants are illicit drugs such as heroin and benzodiazepines, that depress your central nervous system, including your respiratory system. These can include both illicit, and legal drugs – talk to us to find out more.

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Depressants

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Stimulants – crack, cocaine, amphet etc

Stimulants are drugs such as crack, cocaine and amphetamine – that make you more alert and increase your heart rate.

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NPS

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NPS

NPS are novel psychoactive substances, formerly known as ‘legal highs’. NPS come in many types, such as cannabinoids, stimulants and depressants and are synthetic and man made.

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Alcohol

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Alcohol

Alcohol is a depressant and slows down your body’s responses. The recommended allowance for alcohol us 14 units per week – answer our alcohol audit to check your drinking score.

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Cannabis

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Cannabis

Cannabis comes in various types, such as skunk, oil and resin and can cause long term side effects such as paranoia and psychosis.

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