Monday, September 5, 2011
The Silent Killer - Ecstasy
Ecstasy produces a hallucinogen and stimulant effects, such as amphetamine. Ecstasy is often sold as "feel good drug" because of the positive sense of well being and compassion for others, elimination of anxiety, and extreme relaxation. Club scene are able to withstand the parties for many days, because depressing to eat, drink and sleep. It is available mainly in tablets or capsules.
Ecstasy debuted in the early 1960's and 1980's were always known as a psychedelic drug, supplying a lot all night rave in England. The drug used to treat various mental disorders at an early stage. but instead of treating patients, it made them worse.
Addictive side ecstasy
Many users get used to the emotional state they reach for drugs, even if it is not physically addictive as cocaine. Feelings need and want to work among the highest users, and some even believe that they can not live without it. Addictions ecstasy of being seductive, will lure visitors to it, although they know that it would be difficult without him, but they will not accept the relationship.
There are many signs and symptoms of dependence, including ecstasy, but not limited > Increased body temperature > Medical - nausea, cold sweats, hallucinations, clutching teeth, tremor, muscle cramps, double vision, anxiety, sleep disturbances, blurred vision, loss of appetite, weight loss, headaches, paranoia, enlargement of pupils, confusion, changes in mood, increased blood pressure, increased heart rate, sweating, vomiting
Signs of Ecstasy Short-term: nausea, hallucinations, chills, sweating, fever, tremors, involuntary teeth ztsipyvshy, muscle cramps, blurred vision and some of the effects of this drug. Anxiety, paranoia and depression are among the effects that these users have reported. high blood pressure, dizziness, panic attacks, and, in more severe cases, unconsciousness, convulsions and sudden increase in body temperature are signs that the user took an overdose. heart failure or extreme heat stroke resulting in excessive, leading to death.
The effects start after about 20 minutes and can last for hours. High Ecstasy was described as "coming" feeling a sense of peace and are feeling well-being to others, often with a heightened perception of color and sound. Stiffness of arms, legs and particularly the jaw along with the feeling of thirst, sleeplessness, depression and paranoia, false sense of energy and some mild hallucinogenic effects of some other negative consequences.
Long term: Studies show that it causes long-term damage to brain areas that are critical for thought and memory. Ultimately, the ecstasy of Schedule I synthetic, psychoactive substance has a stimulating and hallucinogenic properties. Therefore, short-term or long term is definitely not recommended to use the drug.