The action of psychoactive products is based on their effects on the components of the nervous system called neurons. These are responsible for “communication” between the brain and other parts of the body. The mode of information transfer is through neurotransmitters, which are chemical substances in the nerve. The most studied Neurotransmitters in the brain are chemicals such as acetylcholine, serotonin, norepinephrine, dopamine, histamine and many others.
These chemicals are synthesized in certain parts of the nerves. In information transfer, nerves are separated by a gap called synapse, the “message” moves through the pre synaptic neurons and cross the gap to post synaptic neuron and binds specific receptors similar to a key and lock mechanism.
The receptors have sensitivity to various chemicals or drugs, which interfere with the lock and key mechanism. The action of the drug is known to either act as the lock without information from the neuron or Jam the lock to cause certain action from the brain. These categories include;
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