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Top 7 Most Commonly Used Stimulants

StimulantsStimulants speed up the activity within a person's body and temporarily increase alertness and awareness, our ability to concentrate, and improve our mood.  Most people think of stimulants in terms of illegal drugs, like speed, cocaine, and crystal meth.  But there are many legal stimulants such as caffeine, prescription stimulants, and energy drinks that have become a common part of everyday life for millions of Americans.  Each stimulant may be different, but what all stimulants have in common is that they artificially stimulate the body, and because of this, they can be very addictive.

There is also a different class of stimulants we are filling our body with that most of us are not even aware of.  These are stimulant chemicals called "excitotoxins" that are found in many processed and refined foods.  They are used heavily by food manufacturers to create addictions to many of our favorite foods, and keep us coming back for more.  Learn more about stimulants and excitotoxins:

What stimulants are & how they affect us...

Let's take a look at the 7 most commonly used stimulants today and their impact on our bodies.

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