Getting High for an A: Stimulants as Studying Aids

September 26, 2013 | By

The use of stimulants among college students is increasing by every year. While speeding up brain activity, thus causing increased alertness, attention, and energy, it also leads to an elevated blood pressure, increased heart rate and breathing. In time, this can lead to some serious health issues.

Best Masters in Education examines this issue in the following infographic.

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Getting High for an A: Stimulants as Studying Aids

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