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mood-altering

[mood-awl-ter-ing] /ˈmudˌɔl tər ɪŋ/
adjective
1.
(especially of drugs) capable of changing one's emotional state.
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  • And some percentage of humans will seek out mood-altering substances or experiences that imperil their lives.
  • Adolescents in particular are a vulnerable population and face unique risks from the use of mood-altering substances.
Contemporary definitions for mood-altering
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producing mood changes

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