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Short Term Effects
Morphine affects regions of the brain that mediate what we perceive as pleasure, resulting in initial feelings of euphoria. Morphine can also
- Produce drowsiness
- Cause constipation
- Depending upon the amount taken, depress breathing.
Taking a large single dose could
- Cause severe respiratory depression
What is Morphine?
A narcotic that is commonly prescribed to manage pain.
(Can be Addictive !)
Long Term Effects
Long-term use of morphine also can lead to physical dependence. This can also include tolerance and addiction. Individuals taking prescribed opioid medications should be given these medications under appropriate medical supervision and should be supervised when discontinuing use to mitigate withdrawal symptoms.
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Legal Consquences For Morpine
- Getting a criminal , Losing drivers license
- A Fourth Degree offense for possession of 5 or less units of Morphine without a prescription can carry up to 18 months in jail.
-Possessing more than 5 units is a Third Degree crime that mandates up to 5 years in jail.
- Where an individual is convicted of possession with intent to distribute, distribution or selling Morphine, they can be sentenced as a Second Degree
- 5 to 10 years in jail. Forging a Prescription (Forgery) and Fraud to Obtain a Prescription, including theft of a prescription, are typically third degree charges carrying up to 5 years in jail.