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Drug Description of GHB
GHB is a central nervous system (CNS) depressant and a psychoactive drug. GHB has been used in the medical setting for the treatment of cataplexy, narcolepsy, and alcoholism. The effects of GHB can last from 1.5 to 4 hours, or longer if large doses have been consumed
Uses of GBH
- The most common medical uses for GHB today is in the treatment of narcolepsy and alcoholism and excessive daytime sleepiness.
- It is also used illegally as an intoxicant, as an athletic performance enhancer, as a date rape drug, and as a recreational drug.
- GHB has been used as a club drug.
Recreational doses of 1–2 g generally provide a feeling of euphoria, and larger doses create deleterious effects such as reduced motor function and drowsiness.
A 2006 report commissioned by a UK parliamentary committee found the use of GHB to be less dangerous than tobacco and alcohol in physical harm, dependence and social harms.
Side Effects of GHB
Euphoria, increased sex drive, and tranquility are reported positive effects of GHB abuse. At higher doses, GHB may induce nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, agitation, visual disturbances, depressed breathing, amnesia and unconsciousness.