BBC news about Smart drugs and amazing infographic

The growing use of so-called smart drugs is a concern, government health advisers have said.

The Home Office has told Newsbeat the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs is to carry out a review of their use.

Some users of the drugs, which are legitimately prescribed for brain disorders, say they can help them stay awake longer so they can study.

Health experts say side effects can include psychiatric symptoms, prolonged anxiety and digestive problems.


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Are we Driving our Kids to Drugs – An infographic by the team at Ivory Research

2 thoughts on “BBC news about Smart drugs and amazing infographic

  1. Anicrow

    Interesting read, perhaps too subjective at parts but a strong end. Brought up a lot of valid points but only scratched the surface, which is a let down cause I was hooked the whole read. I’ve found it’s a huge take and give. I’ve accomplished and Learned so much, even just in the silence of my own mind thinking about technique or something unrelated. The amount of epiphanies that seem to be induced by nootropics is often the most addicting aspect to me.

    Then of course, there are the days where you party all night and just need a kick in the ass to feel somewhat normal. The stress of trying to keep up with the cost of living even with a career, even with freelance, even with secondary job. The complications of having any kind of vibrant social life while pursuing your 9-5 office job. It’s such a grey area to tell if you’re exploiting parts of the machine, thriving, or just another piece of debt collateral.

  2. Johnc163

    Wow, this article is fastidious, my younger sister is analyzing these kinds of things, thus I am going to convey her. akgafaeeagda


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