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Opiates should be used with moderation, and all attempts to induce profound narcosis should be avoided.
INSOMNIA; AND OTHER DISORDERS OF SLEEPHENRY M. LYMAN
Narcosis being steadily avoided, the experiment was completely, even unexpectedly, successful.
TOBACCO AND ALCOHOLJOHN FISKE
The muscular tremour of narcosis is unmistakable, and a depressed or fluttering pulse is easily detected.
TOBACCO AND ALCOHOLJOHN FISKE
Others can take relatively large quantities with little risk of narcosis.
TOBACCO AND ALCOHOLJOHN FISKE
The hygienic rule in all cases of structural narcosis, whether acquired or inherited, is total abstinence once and always.
TOBACCO AND ALCOHOLJOHN FISKE
There is no recoil; there is no stimulation; there is nothing but paralytic disorder from the moment that narcosis begins.
TOBACCO AND ALCOHOLJOHN FISKE
For reasons above given, however, it is probable that in cases of narcosis some alcohol always escapes.
TOBACCO AND ALCOHOLJOHN FISKE
These phenomena are of capital importance in alcoholic narcosis, which plays the principal part in civilized countries.
THE SEXUAL QUESTIONAUGUST FOREL
Owing to the illusion produced by the narcosis, however, a drunken man generally imagines himself to be very capable.
THE SEXUAL QUESTIONAUGUST FOREL
He sees already that it is not stimulus but narcosis which is ruining the drunkard.
TOBACCO AND ALCOHOLJOHN FISKE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO NARCOSIS

  • befuddlement
  • bewilderment
  • distraction
  • gauze
  • giddiness
  • glaze
  • haze
  • lala-land
  • lightheadedness
  • maze
  • muddledness
  • nadaville
  • narcosis
  • shock
  • stupefaction
  • stupor
  • trance
  • vertigo
  • wooziness
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