- n. Plural form of depressant.
“They're called depressants of sorts and they stop your -- your breathing.”
“Anderson was allegedly under the influence of a controlled substance, namely depressants, when the accident occurred, Minahan said.”
“Probably cheaper than anti-depressants, which are covered too.”
“The party has got to have a lot of members who take anti-depressants.”
“You should quit taking those anti-depressants with alcohol.”
“It turned out that it was caused specifically through my depression and with anti-depressants the physical pain went away too.”
“And of course drugs and alcohol (a depressant) play a big factor; drinking while on anti-depressants can lessen their efficacy.”
“I know what its like to feel like you are ‘missing out on’ your pregnancy because you are so busy being ill that you have no time to enjoy it and I was happy to find a homeopathic remedy rather than resort to something like anti-depressants.”
“Anti-depressants are for people without mood swings/multiple personalities and ADD/ADHD or bi-polar”
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