A look at the most dangerous synthetic drugs used by kids in America from insider, former DEA agent, Warren Rivera. More on the risks and how parents can help prevent synthetic drug abuse here.
Possibly. More here on the risks of pure vs. “cut” ecstasy here, with a section at the end for your questions.
When and how did people beginning taking ecstasy? Where are patterns of use taking us in the future? Here, we explore more about MDMA, its abuse history, and future.
Ecstasy can pull us out of the present and propel us into a fantasy world where everyone is happy and connected. But what can you do when the drug no longer works? Three (3) practical suggestions for coming back to reality in relationships here.
People take ecstasy mainly to connect with others. How does it work in the brain and when do patterns of use start historically? A brief review here.
MDMA (ecstasy) affects the brain by increasing the activity of at least three neurotransmitters: serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine. But what happens in the brain after long term use? We explore here.
Ecstasy provokes the activity of serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine in the brain to create feelings of intense well-being. But what risks are associated with ecstasy use? More on ecstasy and euphoric effect here.
Originally, ecstasy was used as an appetite suppressant or an aid to psychotherapy. Today, it is used recreationally for its psychoactive effects. More on ecstasy use here.
Is snorting ecstasy safe? Is it even effective? Here, we review risks and complications that can occur if you snort MDMA. Then, we invite your questions about ecstasy at the end.
Is it true that partying too much can do you harm? When should you stop an ecstasy session? How does ecstasy overdose happen and why? What are the consequences of an ecstasy overdose? We review here and invite your questions about ecstasy overdose at the end.