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Drug-Induced Psychosis Quiz – Explore the Mysteries of Altered Realities

September 8, 2023

Are you ready to unravel the intriguing web between drugs and mental health? This drug-induced psychosis quiz will provide insight into the connection between substances and the mind.

Medically reviewed by S Kama-Kieghe FRCGP

Drug-induced psychosis happens when you experience episodes of psychosis, such as delusions or hallucinations, as a direct result of substance abuse.

It can occur from taking too much of a drug, mixing substances, withdrawing from a drug (or alcohol), or having underlying mental health issues.

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Drug induced psychosis

Explore the connection between drugs and mental health with this enlightening quiz on drug-induced psychosis. Learn about how various substances can trigger temporary episodes of psychosis, impacting individuals' thoughts, perceptions, and behaviours.

1 / 7

Once someone experiences drug-induced psychosis, they are immune to any future occurrences.

2 / 7

Treatment for drug-induced psychosis typically involves solely addressing the underlying drug use.

3 / 7

Only people with a history of mental illness are at risk for drug-induced psychosis.

4 / 7

Drug-induced psychosis always manifests with the same symptoms as other types of psychosis.

5 / 7

Alcohol is not known to trigger drug-induced psychosis.

6 / 7

Drug-induced psychosis is a long-term condition that never goes away.

7 / 7

Drug-induced psychosis is always caused by illegal drugs.

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The average score is 86%


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