Addiction Topic Keyword: Mdma (p. 1 of 1)

  • Is it Ecstasy or a Dangerous Lethal Substitute?

    Is it Ecstasy or a Dangerous Lethal Substitute?

    It's almost uncommon today for drugs and alcohol not to be part of the entertainment when young people are getting together to party or just hang out and socialize anymore. No matter what part of the country you live in, recreational use of drugs and alcohol among many teens and young adults is just not unusual anymore.
    It's unfortunate that so many young people feel the need to use mood...

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  • Methylenedioxymethamphetamine is a Dangerous Mood Altering Drug

    Methylenedioxymethamphetamine is a Dangerous Mood Altering Drug

    What is Methylenedioxymethamphetamine? Methylenedioxymethamphetamine is better known as Ecstasy and MDMA and has been around for a long time, since the 80's. It's a synthetic drug that many of our young people are still using recreationally today even though the drug produces side effects that many people have found to be extremely uncomfortable.
    Fortunately some of the affects experienced...

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  • Ecstasy Abuse and GHB Recovery

    Ecstasy Abuse and GHB Recovery

    There are quite a few different substances in the world, some illicit and some not, that can be abused by people. Some drugs are commonly thought of when you think of drug abuse, such as marijuana and cocaine, but there are many other substances out there that people are using and abusing and potentially causing a whole lot of harm with over time. Two such examples of substances that are readily...

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  • MDMA (Ecstasy) may not be the party drug you think!

    MDMA (Ecstasy) may not be the party drug you think!

    Wow 15 years olds, when I think back on that age, I remember my friends and I focused on boys : ), our favorite songs that was number 1 on the charts, what outfits we were going to wear to the next party, and who was dating who in the teen magazines. We had our whole lives ahead of us, we were going to drive next year and life was good.
    Times have changed, there are still young people...

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