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ECSTASY , MDMA, MOLLY – Popular Drug Amongst Youngsters Today

MDMA (3-4 methylenedioxymethamphetamine) is a chemical substance with a similar molecular structure as the stimulant methamphetamine and hallucinogen mescaline. It is a psychoactive drug with heightened mental alertness, euphoria with heightened perception, energy, and empathy toward others. MDMA was first synthesized by a pharmaceutical company in 1912. This drug that may have been used as an appetite suppressant. It has been available as a street drug since the 1980s, and currently individuals are most likely to take it at late-night parties called "raves", nightclubs, rock concerts, etc.

How does MDMA (Ecstasy/Molly) affect the brain?

MDMA primarily causes its effects by binding to the neurons normally used to process serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine - 5-HT), dopamine (dopamine) and norepinephrine (norepinephrine).Dopamine is most likely responsible for the feelings of euphoria, elevated mood, talkativeness, increased energy levels, alertness and decreased appetite that Adderall produces. Serotonin is the cause of many emotions, including happiness. Some drugs are designed to change your serotonin levels for this reason, added to the fact that it also increases the release of dopamine, which is why it makes you feel so good when you’re on it.

How is MDMA used?

Most often, MDMA is sold in tablet or capsule form. Branded specifically to match certain events or celebratory times of the year, this drug's logo(s) are especially cleverly designed because the brand name attached to each design is almost always derivative of the logo itself. The butterfly iconography is perhaps one of the best known. It’s also available as a fine white powder, but it’s not common for users to snort or smoke this substance.

What are the effects of MDMA (Ecstasy/Molly) use?

The illicit drug, MDMA, produces a high that lasts from 3 to 6 hours. The length of these highs can vary because it's up to the individual in what doses and in what settings they use the drug. It stimulates the release of neurotransmitters and this in turn has an effect on mental and physical functions, making you feel euphoric and also releasing your inhibitions.

Ecstasy is popular in the party scene because of its ability to produce stimulant effects. It can create feelings of bliss while increasing your energy levels, plus it makes you more open to people around you. The psychedelic effects are also felt very prominently though it can also cause feelings of being emotionally unstable or paranoid.

How dangerous is MDMA (Ecstasy/Molly)?

Some customers have reported side effects after consuming the drug. These include liver damage, sexually transmitted diseases, and memory loss. Furthermore, there is evidence that people who develop a rash that looks like acne after using this drug may be at risk of severe side effects, including liver damage, if they continue to use the drug.

Is MDMA (Ecstasy/Molly) addictive?

Research results are controversial on whether ecstasy can be addictive. Some experts say that it’s only possible to become dependent on ecstasy if you're using it often and/or taking very high doses of the drug. Almost 60% of people who used ecstacy reported withdrawal symptoms, including fatigue and other physical and emotional symptoms.

Can I die from MDMA (Ecstasy/Molly) use?

Meanwhile, the new trend of "Molly," a powdered form of MDMA that is considered more pure and said to have a slight MDMA odor, has been spreading across the nation's club scene. Although mollys are supposed to be free from adulterants, they're sometimes cut with other illegal drugs such as amphetamines or synthetic cathinones ("bath salts"). Also, regular Ecstasy pills sometimes contain substances besides MDMA, which can result in dangerous side effects or even death.

Ecstasy-related deaths at raves have been reported, due to the effects of dehydration, hyperthermia and other health problems. The popularity of the dance clubs is also a factor as they are usually crowded, which can further exacerbate these results.

While combining Ecstasy with any stimulant, hallucinogen, opioid painkiller, or marijuana is dangerous, the user may also voluntarily combine it with other drugs or alcohol to make an especially harmful cocktail.

Is there a treatment for MDMA (Ecstasy/Molly) addiction?

There are facilities that offer treatments for individuals who are looking to seek help. However, you will find that some centers have more levels of care available than others, with some offering more comprehensive outpatient programs where they can receive treatment at their own facilities before being released to continue their recovery back at home. Additionally, it is important to note that each center has its own reputation and all patients should do their best to consider the appropriateness of one facility over another before making a final decision about where they will begin their journey towards healing.One of the best rehabilitation centers in India providing comprehensive deaddiction treatment for ecstasy / MDMA / molly is Sanctum wellness and healing, New Delhi.

For one reason or another, using ecstasy can become a bad habit. Physically, someone abusing ecstasy may show signs of an illness like hepatitis, drop in their overall health or appearance, change in sleeping patterns or appetite, and other side effects similar to what is seen with addictions to other drugs. Mentally, they may seem detached, begin taking risks (such as ignoring potential safety hazards), experience changes in interests or priorities that once were highly valued by them. It's not easy to see the signs that it's becoming an addiction but talking about it openly with friends and family will help tremendously.

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