Asked by Brice Sullivan on Feb 18, 2024



________ are volatile substances that produce chemical vapors, which can be inhaled and which depress the central nervous system.

A) Barbiturates
B) Amphetamines
C) Opioids
D) Inhalants


Stimulant drugs that can produce symptoms of euphoria, self- confidence, alertness, agitation, paranoia, perceptual illusions, and depression.

  • Understanding the classification of different substances based on their volatility and ability to produce chemical vapors.
  • Recognizing the potential dangers of inhaling chemical vapors and their impact on the central nervous system.
  • Identifying specific examples of volatile substances, such as barbiturates, amphetamines, opioids, and inhalants.

Verified Answer

Tashy Evans

Feb 18, 2024

Final Answer :
Explanation :
The statement describes the effects of inhalants, which are volatile substances that produce chemical vapors that can be inhaled and cause depression of the central nervous system. Barbiturates, amphetamines, and opioids are all classes of drugs with different effects on the body.