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Feb 23, 2009 6:50 pm guest (71.63.215.13) guest (71.63.215.13) "OPIOIDS & OPIATES: HOW DO THEY AFFECT THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM? Hayley Bemel. Opiates are an illegal drug that originates from opium poppy and are a narcotic sedative that demoralizes the activity of the central nervous system. Examples of Opiates are drugs such as morphine and codeine. Opoids are more general and act very similarly to opiates but unlike opiates, opioids are not actually produced from opium poppies. Opioids and opiates are known as opiate analgesic drugs that are used to control a person’s pain. However, opiates such as morphine and codeine are known to have psychological effects on its users and works within the central nervous unlike regular analgesics, which include common medicines such as Tylenol and Advil that only alter a person’s pain. Opiates and Opioids cause neurons to release more amounts of dopamine. Once excess dopamine is released, it can lead to addiction. Opiates also imitate the same molecular structure as the set of natural neurotransmitters in a person’s brain and copy the brain’s own morphine which is known as endorphins which also leads to addiction. "
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