mood-altering

mood-altering

adj
having an effect on a person's mood
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The future he warns of includes secret alliances, false prophets, front organizations, mysterious symbols, the new gilded age, dark money, propaganda, surveillance and microchips, the rapidly expanding militarization of the police, financial treason of the billionaires, doctors prescribing mood-altering drugs to children, and other troubling matters.
Food-related perks may only serve as temporary mood-altering remedies for stressed employees," Chang said, "and failure to address the sources of the work stress may have potential long-term detrimental effects on employee health.
For those with addictions to drugs and alcohol, the thought of giving up mood-altering chemicals is a scary proposition that requires significant courage.
Research has demonstrated in many cases that the mood-altering effects of colour may only be temporary.
It has identified 500 drug spices, including mood-altering and addictive ingredients such as Ketamine, Tramadol and Hemp.
9% of Americans report using a mood-altering substance nearly every day, while the majority, 62.
CES frequently permits the reduction and/or elimination of mood-altering medications, many of which have the potential to result in dangerous side effects and to impair service members in the performance of their duties in the combat theater.
2 The factors contributing to the practice include time constraints in the face of increasingly fast paced urban lifestyle, financial constraints coupled with the political and economic instability of the country, lack of accessibility to healthcare facilities which is a predicament of the public in the country's rural areas, female gender and the restrictions that come with being a woman belonging to the overtly religious and feudal society of this part of the world, cultural norms that put emphasis on out-dated home-made remedies and faith healers, and psychological dependence mainly on painkillers and mood-altering drugs.
8220;Our goal is to help these individuals reclaim their lives, learn how to live successfully without the use of mood-altering drugs and find happiness and peace in life.
People have recognized the mood-altering properties of various foods for years.
Gore notes that "the majority of the commonly cited studies rely on male subjects" and that, historically, women have been patronized, handed mood-altering drugs or cruel blame more often than healing (psychiatrists tagged her grandmother for her son's schizophrenia).
Refrain from the use of mood-altering drugs including alcohol.