Signs, Withdrawal Timeline & Treatment
Content Overview: Whether it comes in the form of Molly, Ecstasy or in pure form, MDMA can be a dagerous substance when taken in high doses or in addictively. Learn more about the signs and symptoms and how South Coast Counseling can help you overcome an addiction to MDMA today.
While some people say ecstasy is addictive, others tend to disagree. One danger is that the majority of ecstasy is no longer pure MDMA, and some of the mixtures on the market can be very dangerous, even causing more significant side effects and even lead to death.
After coming down from taking ecstasy or molly, the user often turns to other drugs, such as cocaine or heroin to lighten the mental and physical pain. Is molly addictive? It can be a tricky question, but it has been proven that molly is a dangerous drug.
MDMA addiction is because some users report symptoms of dependency. MDMA became popular by young people who used it at raves so they could dance longer and be the life of the party. It is still used for such activities today, with news reports often reporting arrests or even deaths at concerts resulting from Molly use.
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SIGNS & SYMPTOMS
in an accessive manner.
also known as enlarged, or big pupils.
exhibiting high levels of stimulation.
unusually high levels of energy and alertness.
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Facts About MDMA Addiction in America
Overdoses are not uncommon, as the drug is often mixed and users take more and more of the drug in order to get the desired effects when at a concert or a dance. Molly abuse is a serious problem faced by today’s teens and college age students.
If you have a loved one using ecstasy, you should seek the help of a trained professional. Here at South Coast Counseling, we take the time to understand the use of the individual so we can help them overcome the challenges they are being faced.
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