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Author: Linda Bayer Narrator: Jack Garrett Publisher: Recorded Books, LLC Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Junior Drug Awareness Series Release Date: July 2015 ISBN: 9781470354299
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The category of drugs sometimes referred to as stimulants, “uppers,” or “speed” are so named because these drugs speed up the body’s functions and increase the brain’s activity. This makes users feel energetic, alert, and talkative. Have you eaten a chocolate bar or had a soda recently? If so, you probably gave your body a mild stimulant—caffeine. Nicotine, found in all tobacco products, is another example of a stimulant. Some stimulants can be prescribed in pill form by doctors to treat medical problems. But when drugs such as amphetamines, cocaine, and methamphetamines or “ice” are sold or used for non-medical purposes—to get high, for example—they are not only against the law, but they are also extremely dangerous.

This book will help you learn more about what stimulants are and what they do to your brain and body. Getting the facts about harmful substances is the first step to staying healthy and drug-free.

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About the Narrator

Jack Garrett’s voice is immediately recognizable from his work in commercials and as a personality on radio stations in the West and Southwest. In addition to guest appearances on television, he has performed in dozens of theater productions on regional and New York stages, including Guys and Dolls, Hallelujah Breakdown, Prelude to a Kiss, Cast a Spell, and Bongo Fever.