Review Article

Tolerance to extreme doses of psychoactive substances

DG Baitubayеv* and MD Baitubayeva

Published: 31 December, 2021 | Volume 5 - Issue 1 | Pages: 027-031

The article shows that the current level of physiology does not disclose the biological mechanisms of the organism’s transition from one range to adapt to a higher one with an increase in the regular forces of the stimulus above sub-extreme. A new trend in the physiology of adaptation - proqredient adaptation, explains the mechanism of increasing the tolerance of the organism, with dependence on psychoactive substances (PAS). Scientific has reasonably shown that depending on the organism from PAS - not the disease, and the states like proqredient adaptation.

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Hypertrophy of the endocrine system; A state of regular, unfinished stresses; A progredient adaptation


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