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Ecstasy Addiction Recovery.


Ecstasy Addiction Recovery

Although Ecstasy does not have any substantial withdrawal symptoms or physical addiction components, it is still a drug that can be addictive psychologically. For those who find themselves unable to stop using Ecstasy addiction recovery may be the only way to overcome it. The process of recovering...

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What is Ecstasy?.


What is Ecstasy?

The synthetic drug Ecstasy, also known as Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), is chemically similar to methamphetamine and mescaline. The drug is an illegal drug that is also referred to as XTC, Adam, XTC and the love drug. The drug works within the brain and is a stimulant as well as a...

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What is Ecstasy Dependence?.


What is Ecstasy Dependence?

Many people who use ecstasy eventually become dependent on the drug, unable to stop using it and finding their life spiraling out of control with each passing day. Fortunately, even if you have become dependent on the use of this substance, there are steps you can take to regain control while...

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Signs of Addiction to Ecstasy.


Signs of Addiction to Ecstasy

Are you concerned that a loved one is addicted to ecstasy? If so, you can pinpoint this problem by learning more about the signs of ecstasy abuse. Once you know these, it becomes easier to pinpoint whether or not somebody has a serious issue. Just like any drug, the signs of addiction can and will...

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Ecstasy Use, Abuse and Addiction.


Ecstasy Use, Abuse and Addiction

Ecstasy is an addictive recreational synthetic drug made with stimulant and psychoactive properties which comes in a tablet or capsule. Ecstasy use among teens and young adults has remained consistent since it was first introduced as a recreational drug and the amount of young teens starting at age...

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