Many regular Molly users require addiction treatment to counteract the numerous physical and psychological effects of the drug. In this infographic, explore the details about who seeks/needs ecstasy (MDMA, Molly) addiction treatment in the U.S.
The typical Molly (ecstasy) user in the U.S. is a Non-Hispanic White male, who’s an employed college graduate, lives in a large metro area, and has an annual family income under $40,000. Find out more statistics in this infographic.
Ecstasy addiction CAN OCCUR. In fact, long term MDMA use can cause physical or psychological harm to user. More on how ecstasy addiction happens and its adverse effects here.
Ecstasy can seriously affect human sexuality and/or reproduction. More on the effects of ecstasy on men, women, and children (including those in vitro) here.
How does ecstasy affects the body? Check on the visual damage that MDMA can cause here in this infographic. Then, we invite you to LIKE < SHARE < OR PRINT the graphic for use in school or office.
What are the adverse effects of ecstasy? Are they serious? We invite you to check this infographic and find out. If you like it, we invite you to PRINT IT OUT or SHARE IT with others!
Ecstasy can have long term effects on the brain. Check this out! We present them for you visually to show exactly HOW SERIOUS these side effects can be. Then, we invite you to share your thoughts in the comments section at the end.
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.