Sedative refers to a psychoactive substance that has a calming effect on the central nervous system.

sedative is also a sleep-inducing drugs that tend to decrease central nervous system and behavioral activity.

 


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Drugs that induce relaxation and sometimes intoxication by lowering the activity of the brain, the neurons, the muscles, the heart, and even by slowing the metabolic rate.


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Drugs that soothe or quiet restlessness or agitation.


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sedatives Drugs that induce relaxation and sometimes intoxication by lowering the activity of the brain, the neurons, the muscles, the heart, and even by slowing the metabolic rate.

 


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sedatives Drugs that induce relaxation and sometimes intoxication by lowering the activity of the brain, the neurons, the muscles, the heart, and even by slowing the metabolic rate.


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sedatives Drugs that induce relaxation and sometimes intoxication by lowering the activity of the brain, the neurons, the muscles, the heart, and even by slowing the metabolic rate.


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Sedatives are depressants that in mild doses produce a state of calm relaxation.


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