fourth stimulas: Expectations vs. Reality
“Fourth Stimulus” is a term I have heard used to describe those situations when you are trying to accomplish something but your mind is not ready to act. For some, that means they can’t move forward. For others, it means they’re stuck and not able to act. Regardless of the cause of the problem, getting your mind right will make the problem go away.
I’m sure many of you have seen the videos that are floating around the web about how stimulas can cause the body to feel drugged and go into a coma. The problem with that is that all stimulas have been tested to be completely legal and safe for use. While stimulas can make you feel drowsy, they do not affect the way you think or feel.
The problem is not just that stimulas can cause a person to feel drowsy. The problem is that stimulas have been proven to cause a person to feel drugged and go into a coma.
A stimulas does not cause a person to think or feel the way you do.
Stimulas are a family of drugs. They are all around the same level of drowsiness and do not affect how you think or feel. But they do not harm you.A stimulas does not cause a person to make you think or feel the way you do.
Stimulas are not the same as alcohol, which is the same drug. But stimulas are, for the most part, a common drug among the middle class, and that’s the same level of drowsiness your body tolerates. If you want to know what else is on the stimulas family of drugs, here are a few of them: amphetamines, cocaine, speed, heroin, methadone, and pethidine.
Amphetamines affect the central nervous system, and amphetamines are stimulants. Cocaine affects the brain, and is also a stimulant. Heroin affects the central nervous system and is a depressant. Methadone is an opiate. Pethidine is a narcotic. But all of these are stimulants.
Amphetamines, cocaine, speed, heroin, methadone, and pethidine affect the brain. This has been found in animals, and there are also people who have been affected. These drugs affect the frontal lobe, which controls our behavior. They’re also addictive. There’s also a group of people who experience a physical, and occasionally mental, impairment (called a stimulant psychosis).
Amphetamines and these other drugs are stimulants, so they tend to be pretty addictive. Some people, however, develop a tolerance for them. They may not be able to get their habit back once they are quit, and they may be unable to have sex with their partners due to their habit of smoking. Theres also a group of people who have experienced a physical, and occasionally mental, impairment called a stimulant psychosis.
I don’t know what to call it. I think it’s a term that refers to people who develop a tolerance for stimulants, or who become addicted to them. I guess it could be called addiction, or self-medication. I have read that some stimulants and amphetamines are also used to treat anxiety. You can’t have a “stimulant” without also having something to “stimulate” with.