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A substance that acts to increase physiological or nervous activity in the body
Acting as a stimulant
Something that promotes activity, interest, or enthusiasm
anything that rouses to activity or to quickened action
{n} that which excites or increases action
{a} exciting or increasing action
increases internal heat, dispels internal chill and strengthens metabolism and circulation
that stimulates; "stimulant phenomena"
That which excites or produces a transient increase of energy
Any of several drugs that act on the central nervous system to produce excitation, alertness and wakefulness Medical uses include the treatment of hyperkinesis and narcolepsy
Energy producing
has an uplifting effect on the body
any stimulating information or event; acts to arouse action
Serving to stimulate
Produced increased vital action in the organism, or in any of its parts
{i} substance that quickens a vital process (Medicine); stimulus, incentive
That which stimulates, provokes, or excites
an agent that increases activity, for example in the central nervous system
Agent that quickens the physiological functions of the body
An agent which produces a temporary increase of vital activity in the organism, or in any of its parts; sometimes used without qualification to signify an alcoholic beverage used as a stimulant
An agent that temporarily arouses or accelerates physiological or organic activity
In the context of parasitic plants: Germination inducing compound (root exudates, cytokinins, gibberellins, strigol-analogues like GR 24, ethylene gas)
{s} tending to quicken a vital process (Medicine); stimulating
a drug that temporarily quickens some vital process that stimulates; "stimulant phenomena
A stimulant is a drug that makes your body work faster, often increasing your heart rate and making you less likely to sleep. Any drug that excites any bodily function; usually one that stimulates the central nervous system, inducing alertness, elevated mood, wakefulness, increased speech and motor activity, and decreased appetite. Their mood-elevating effects make some stimulants (e.g., amphetamines, caffeine and its relatives, cocaine, nicotine) potent drugs of abuse (see drug addiction). Ritalin, prescribed for attention deficit disorder in children, is a mild stimulant
a drug that temporarily quickens some vital process
A drug that increases activity of an organ
A substance that increases the physiological functions of the body
Increases or quickens actions of the body
a substance which quickens and enlivens the physiological and metabolic activity of the body
Affects all systems due to its ability to temporarily increase function and activity with a usually quick onset of action A stimulant may be for a specific system such as "digestive stimulant" or a specific tissue such as "cardiac stimulant "
increases the activity of an organ, cells, or metabolism; or boosts the effect of another substance used in synergy
Drugs that stimulate or speed up central nervous system functioning Stimulants include caffeine, nicotine, amphetamines (Speed) and cocaine
Drugs that affect the central nervous system by causing a rise in heart rate, blood pressure, and muscular tension
Drugs that increase the activity of the central nervous system, providing a sense of energy and well-being (p 180)
drugs including amphetamines and cocaine that stimulate sympathetic nervous system and produce feelings of optimism and energy SLANG NAME UPPERS
Equalizes circulation and regenerates the tissues of the arterial system
plural of stimulant
A set of medications for depression which are used when other medications are not available options