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Drug Symptomatology Chart

This chart is designed for situations in which you know or suspect a person is on a drug, you just don't know which class of drug. The chart will help you determine what class of drug the person is using.

The chart breaks down all drugs into seven categories; Depressants, Stimulants, Hallucinogens, PCP, Narcotics/Analgesics (AKA Pain Relievers), Inhalants and Cannabis (Marijuana).

By using the indicators on the chart, you should be able to determine which class of drug the individual is using.

If you are unsure which drug class the supected drug is in, an internet search will give you the answer. Example: You suspect your child is using heroin, but don't know if heroin is a depressant, stimulant, narcotic etc. Simply search, "Is heroin a depressant, stimulant etc." Doing this will give you the answer you need.

Note: Nystagmus is an involuntary jerking/twitching of the eye. It is an indicator of intoxication used by police officers and medical professionals. Unless you are trained to detect and interpret the different types of nystagmus and convergence, this is part of the chart you should disregard.


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