Ecstasy (also commonly known as MDMA, X, E, XTC, or Adam) on.
the street, is a semi-synthetic psychoactive drug with amphetamine-like.
and hallucinogenic properties. It is classified as both a stimulant and a.
hallucinogen. Ecstasy abuse in the United States, and the buying and.
selling of it to the United States, are significantly on the rise posing.
serious concerns. Ecstasy may not seem very dangerous, but it has been.
linked to serious brain damage or in some cases, has even been blamed.
for death. .
Ecstasy has many effects on the user that takes it. Some ecstasy.
users say that the drug lowers your inhibitions, breaks down barriers.
between friends, enhances sensations, feelings of love, and affection.
It also puts the user in a relaxed, euphoric state. This all may sound.
good, but actually there are many bad effects too. Ecstasy can cause.
hallucinations, chills, involuntary teeth clenching, muscle cramping,.
blurred vision, and an increase in body temperature, heart rate, and.
blood pressure. Some long-term effects of the drug also include severe.
or permanent brain damage, chronic depression, anxiety, or memory.
loss. There are also withdrawal symptoms which include hyperactivity,.
hyperexcitibility, tremors, convulsions, or death. .
Ecstasy has no proven medical use and is mostly a street and.
designer drug. It is usually taken by pill, but in some cases can be.
sniffed or taken through an IV. This drug is VERY popular at "raves" (all.
night dance parties featuring "house" music) because of its.
hyperactiveness and its effect of keeping the user more awake and.
"alive." There are many different costs for the drug, but in most cases.
it ranges in price from $10-30 a dose. There are very alarming.
statistics involving ecstasy. In the 1998 survey of Americans over 12.
years of age, over 3 million Americans have used the drug at least once.
in their lifetime. Another survey taken to see ecstasy use in students.
showed that 2.7% of 8th graders, 6% of 10th graders, and 8% of 12th.
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