Drugs Discussion Questions/What are the similarities and differences between neurotrans-mitters and hormones? How can knowing that the insula of the brain is important for motivation be used to treat tobacco addiction? Why are receptors so important in understanding the effects of drugs of abuse? Why is it important for the body to have chemical messengers (such as neurotransmitters) that can be quickly released and rapidly inactivated?

Drugs Discussion Questions

Instructions:

Answer each question with factual, scientific reasoning.
Must be cited in APA format.
Opinions are allowed.
Absolutely no plagiarism
Each question must be 150 words long: 16 questions * 150 words each = 2400 words total

Questions:

Chapter 4

What are the similarities and differences between neurotrans-mitters and hormones?
How can knowing that the insula of the brain is important for motivation be used to treat tobacco addiction?
Why are receptors so important in understanding the effects of drugs of abuse?
Why is it important for the body to have chemical messengers (such as neurotransmitters) that can be quickly released and rapidly inactivated?

Chapter 5

Why would a drug with a relatively narrow margin of safety be approved by the Food and Drug Administration for clinical use? Give an example.
What are possible explanations for the fact that you (for example) may require twice as much of a drug to get an effect as does your friend?
How would the factors of tolerance, physical dependence, rebound, and psychological dependence affect a chronic her-oin user?
Why might the blood–brain barrier prevent a drug from hav-ing abuse potential?

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