Drug Tolerance

Drug Tolerance is not addiction. It is simply the body becoming desensitized to the drugs effects. A person with a drug tolerance must take larger doses to achieve the same affect as they did earlier in the drug use. Drug tolerance is simply means that a person’s reaction to a drug decreases as they continue to use it. Many people also have drug tolerance with addiction, which drives them to seek out more potent drugs. There are three types of tolerance they are acute, chronic and learned tolerance

  • Track 1-1 Prevention and Treatment
  • Track 2-2 Types of Drug Tolerence
  • Track 3-3 Drug Abuse
  • Track 4-4 Tolerance Mechanism

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