Recreational ecstasy use over the long-term may lead to lasting brain damage and bring on other physical and psychological health risks. More about the long term effects of ecstasy (MDMA), here.
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Dealing with an ecstasy problem? Read and learn all about available treatment options and choose between inpatient and outpatient ecstasy rehab.
Are you a regular user of ecstasy (MDMA)? Then, you may be at risk of developing an addictive need for the drug. More here on how ecstasy addiction is formed and how you can avoid it.
Is it possible to become physically dependent on ecstasy (MDMA)? Yes. You can become physically dependent on MDMA. We review physical dependence on ecstasy in this article. More here.
YES. Ecstasy can be addictive. In fact, ecstasy targets neurotransmitters that are triggered in other types of drug addiction. We review what ecstasy is used for, made of, and how you can get addicted to it here.
Can you become physically dependent on ecstasy? Yes, but while physical dependence on MDMA is rare, psychological dependence can occur in regular users. More on the distinction between dependence and addiction here.
What are the signs and symptoms of ecstasy addiction? If you use ecstasy and feel depressed, irritated, or withdrawn from your family, you may have a problem. More signs of ecstasy addiction here.
Do you think you have a problem with ecstasy? More on ecstasy addiction treatment (which includes detox) here.