Uses of drugs, Biology

USES OF DRUGS -

1.       Drugs are prescribed as medicines to prevent or cure a variety of diseases.

2.       May be used to promot physical and mental health.

3.       Used to alleviate anxiety, reduce pain or insomnia.

4.       May be used to alter the mood. Such drugs are mood altering drugs.

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