Analyze the issues of pharmacological and physiological antagonism

Alcohol and caffeine have nearly opposite effects on behavior and the nervous system, yet these substances are not used to treat overdose or addiction to the other. Why not use caffeine to treat alcohol addiction? Analyze the issues of pharmacological and physiological antagonism. Explain the receptor systems involved and the central nervous system structure’s effects with regard to this question. Frame your analysis in terms of drug action first and other consequences second.

USE RESOURCES :

CHAPTERS 4,5,6.

Advokat, C. D., Comaty, J. E., & Julien, R. M. (2018). Julien’s primer of drug action: A comprehensive guide to the actions, uses, and side effects of psychoactive drugs (14th ed.). Worth Publishers.

Any other scholarly sources related to topic.

Alcohol and caffeine have nearly opposite effects on behavior and the nervous system, yet these substances are not used to treat overdose or addiction to the other. Why not use caffeine to treat alcohol addiction? Analyze the issues of pharmacological and physiological antagonism. Explain the receptor systems involved and the central nervous system structure’s effects with regard to this question. Frame your analysis in terms of drug action first and other consequences second.

USE RESOURCES :

CHAPTERS 4,5,6.

Advokat, C. D., Comaty, J. E., & Julien, R. M. (2018). Julien’s primer of drug action: A comprehensive guide to the actions, uses, and side effects of psychoactive drugs (14th ed.). Worth Publishers.

Any other scholarly sources related to topic.

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