Ecstasy (MDMA)

Ecstasy, or MDMA, is a synthetic drug with that is a amphetamine and hallucinogen combination. Ecstasy is classified as a stimulant. The drug is also often referred to as Adam, E, X, XTC, Molly, and Roll. It is usually distributed in pill form (that is often branded). It is commonly taken at nightclubs and other parties to increase energy and for mood enhancement.

A user may crave the drug after only taking it a few times. Chronic users may show poor performance on cognitive or memory tasks.

Ecstasy Dangers

Excessive use of ecstasy has been known to lead to muscle breakdown and kidney, liver and cardiovascular failure. Cardiovascular failure has been reported in some Ecstasy-related fatalities. Immediate after-effects can include insomnia, depression, and anxiety.

Ecstasy Addiction Treatment

Ecstasy addiction treatment is available for those who suffer from chronic abuse. While there are medical treatments for addiction to ecstasy, cognitive-behavioral therapy is commonly used to deal with and reduce the psychological effects following detoxification.

Call now if you or a loved one is suffering from ecstasy addiction. Our supportive team is here to help. We can discuss your individual situation and can help get you placed in an heroin treatment center that meets your individual needs.

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