Precipitated Withdrawal Syndrome

Precipitated Withdrawal Syndrome happens when an adversary substance is presented too early subsequent to ceasing an agonist tranquilize. Opponents obstruct the impacts of agonists (e.g., heroin, etc). An agonist actuates receptors in the mind while enemies shield agonists from contacting them, therefore rendering them incapable.

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