• Ecstasy Drug Mdma User
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    "Ecstasy " MDMA also, known as ecstasy, has killed at least 15 young people and doctors are extremely concerned with it's long term effect from continued usage. The usage of ecstasy increases every year and is usually taken by teenagers at clubs. But, more importantly the people taking this drug are young and that has to be a concern. Many of the drug users have no idea what there in for. Many don't know that it only takes one pill to ruin a lifetime. Like any drug once it enters the human body...
  • Ecstasy Makes The User Feel
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    Ecstasy, also known as MDMA, E, and XTC, is a drug that has two effects. The effects of ecstasy are hallucinogens and stimulants. Ecstasy gives you lots of energy and it also makes you feel no need to eat or sleep. Ecstasy takes about twenty minutes to an hour depending on the person. The effect of amphetamines makes the user feel more energetic, and also makes the user feel like not wanting to eat or sleep, once the effects start to wear off, the user feels happier and at peace. Ecstasy can mak...
  • Raves Drugs Such As Ecstasy
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    Social Problems of Ecstasy and Raves Throughout American history drugs have posed a problem to society and lawmakers. Many attempts have transpired to try to prevent future problems associated with drugs. Many of the drugs threatening America were originally designed toward the improvement of human health. The most recent epidemic of recreational drug use is ecstasy. Ecstasy popularity is particularly in the possession of the nations youth. The institute of use is at all-night clubs and bars wi...
  • South Africa Ecstasy Commission Presented
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    Ecstasy Produced for 'Riot Control' in South Africa According to Reuters, on June 9 1998 a former South African government scientist told South Africa's Truth Commission that in the final days of apartheid the government ordered its chemists to make one tonne of ecstasy, for 'riot control'. The scientist, Dr Johan Koekemoer, former head of chemical and biological weapons research at the secret Delta G facility, told the commission that he did not approve of the project and did not trust the moti...
  • Dangers Of Ecstasy Feeling Time People
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    Dangers of Ecstasy There are many dangers to taking ecstasy that people don t consider. All we think of is the feeling it gives you, the confidence to associate with people, total strangers even. But what does it really do to you. What good is all the happiness when all it is is a sham, a fairy tale that only exists in ones head. We all think it increases our social life, but it actually is decreasing it. Down the line, we eventually become too slow and basically too stupid to even have a social...
  • Ecstasy State Of Mind
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    Ecstasy Sometimes when I m watching the news or flipping through newspapers I stop and realize how many sick and deranged people there are in this world. If you open a newspaper or turn on the news any day of the week there is always some situation going on that just makes you sick or makes you wonder how could a person do this sort of thing to another person. There are many crazy people in this world who do things for no other reason other than because they feel like it or the fact that there i...
  • Ecstasy Abuse Law Enforcement
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    Ecstasy Abuse For many people the drug of choice would be marijuana, but in recent years that trend has been changing. The drug of choice for today's young adults is MDMA or ecstasy. Unlike marijuana which has long term affects, ecstasy can kill a person with one hit. It is a very dangerous drug, and is spreading like wildfire in the United States. Most teenagers take the drug without knowing the side affects such as depression and brain damage (the antidrug. com). With more people trying the d...
  • Effects Of Ecstasy Drug Mdma Drugs
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    Ecstasy, or MDMA, has become a major drug problem in the last few years. Although it is widely used, it has been proven to be dangerous. Ecstasy is a designer drug, which means it is synthetically made by street chemists. These people are not usually certified chemists and are in it for the money. This makes taking E even more dangerous. Ecstasy effects are very similar to Amphetamines and speed. Although the chemical structure is not similar to these other drugs, the effect on the body is the ...
  • Term Effects Ecstasy Users Drug
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    Ecstasy is one of the street names for MDMA (the chemical name is N-Methyl-3, 4-). MDMA is an amphetamine like drug with hallucinogenic properties. People taking the drug get a sense of increased energy, euphoria and a curious feeling of empathy. While we know something about the short-term effects of ecstasy use, we do not have a very good understanding of the long-term effects. The short-term effects of the drug are related to the amount taken. If the dose used is relatively high, there is a ...
  • Should Ecstasy Be Legal
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    "Ecstasy", a drug with many different opinions and views, is often viewed as a killer, which is a stretch of the truth. The drug is sometimes thought of as one of the worst things in the world, but also as the best. Health issues are a problem and there have been some deaths. The deaths though are no way near the number of alcohol or cigarette deaths. How could such a beautiful word be considered such a horrible thing. Ecstasy can kill, but you can die tomorrow by being hit by a car or getting s...
  • Ecstasy And Addiction Club Drug
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    Club Drugs: Ecstasy In developing prevention efforts that target young people, prevention managers must design strategies to counter the increasing use and widespread availability of the club drug Ecstasy. Known as "the party drug," Ecstasy is both a stimulant and a hallucinogen, and its effects are potentially life-threatening. Because it is inexpensive and easily accessible, Ecstasy is gaining in popularity. As reported in the Monitoring the Future Study (National Institute on Drug Abuse [NIDA...
  • Ecstasy Drug Feel Effects
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    Ecstasy Chemically, ecstasy is known as methylene-dioxymethamphetamine or MDMA. It falls between two major categories of drugs, hallucinogens and amphetamines. Ecstasy usually comes in the form of a small tablet. In 1914, MDMA was first used as a prescription drug to reduce appetite. However it wasnt until 1981 when American youths first started using it as a recreational drug. It was completely legal in the US until 1985 when it was added to the banned list. It was about the same time that the...
  • Ecstasy Source Drug Effects
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    Ecstasy In America today, somewhere around 4 and a half million people regularly take some kind of illegal pill. One of these pills that have lately increased in popularity is known as ecstasy. Ecstasy, or also known as MDMA, was first developed as an appetite suppressed. Eventually it was figured out that this little pill could give you quite a trip. Some people may say that ecstasy is fun, but what they fail to realize is that it can have physical effects as well as mental ones (Source 2). Ecs...
  • Hear The Word Ecstasy Drug Feeling
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    Today in the year 2000 there are many definitions of the word ecstasy. Deriving from the middle english word, , it has gone from being a state of overwhelming emotion to one of the most popular drugs in the 'club world " today. When I ask my parents what they think when they hear the word ecstasy they say,' You, your sister, and brother in Disney World.' Well times have definitely changed. I asked about fifteen people in my dorm what they think when they hear the word and all of them said the sa...
  • Ecstasy Drug Mdma People
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    Ecstasy and You Ecstasy is Methylene Dioxymethamphetamine, often abbreviated as MDMA. This drug is a member of the same family of drugs that include amphetamine and LSD. I once believed that ecstasy was a mixture of methamphetamine and LSD, but as I researched, I found out that it has its own chemical structure. Ecstasy is not a mixture of other drugs; it is something all its own. Ecstasy alone makes people biased towards ecstasy without even doing the research necessary to judge it. There are ...
  • Drugs During Pregnancy Birth Defects
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    In October 1999, the British medical journal The Lancet published the paper "Congenital anomalies after prenatal ecstasy exposure," reporting infants born to mothers who used MDMA (ecstasy) during pregnancy are at increased risk of congenital birth defects. This letter was covered widely by the press. There is an earlier study that was conducted in the Netherlands which failed to see any dramatic problems in 49 pregnancies (leading to 40 live births). It was referenced in the Lancet article, in ...
  • Use Of Ecstasy One Exposure Women
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    The illicit use of ecstasy () has increased during the past decade and there is growing concern about its potential toxicity. 1 There are few data on the effects of ecstasy exposure in human pregnancy, 2-4 and no published teratological studies in animals. Whereas amphetamines and related compounds have been associated with an increased risk of structural malformations of the heart and great vessels in various species, studies on the of amphetamines in human pregnancy have produced conflicting r...
  • Ecstasy Mdma Drug Drugs
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    The September 2000 article in Time Magazine states that ecstasy is a serious drug in America. The use of ecstasy is referred to as rolling or trolling. Ecstasy or MDMA (methylenedioxmethamphetamine) is not considered a new drug, but is just now beginning to rear its ugly face in today s society. MDMA was first developed back in the early 1900 s in Germany. Psychotherapists claimed it enhanced communications with their patients so they used it. The drug stayed dormant until the early 1970 s when...
  • Club Drugs Drug Ecstasy Mdma
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    "I didn't care about anyone or anything. I just cared about doing my own thing, selling and partying. I'd take out anyone who got in my way. Ecstasy is a roller coaster. It brings you up so high that you feel like you " re on top of the world. When you come down you feel like a complete outsider, like you don't belong anywhere," said Daniel Oe rum, 17, former ecstasy abuser in treatment. Yet the popularity of club drugs, such as ecstasy, has increased exponentially in recent years causing major...
  • Van Doorn Ecstasy Drug One
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    Drugs are a ridiculous way to handle all kinds of things. A recent Teen Magazine survey noted that: 86% of respondents had tried drugs before, 77% of whom are under 16. 63% have tried marijuana, 16% have taken a trip, and 32% have no worries about drugs. That is pretty heavy. The top 3 reasons for taking drugs were: Enjoyment, Dealing with pressure, and Peer Pressure. Do you want to end up in hospital, severely injured or DEAD? Anna Wood was a happy 15-year-old girl who was popular, on top of t...