MDMA is known by several names including Ecstasy, E, XTC, Adam, and more recently, Molly. MDMA is a methamphetamine drug (3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine) related to crystal meth ("ice"). It is a stimulant that produces high energy, empathy and emotional warmth, and euphoria. It also distorts the sense of time and other sensations. MDMA/Molly was originally popular with young adults frequenting nightclubs, but its use has widened in recent times. MDMA treatment in Charlotte helps to eradicate the popular use of the drug. Get the answers you need by calling substance abuse treatment centers in Charlotte. Call (704) 665-1880 for more information
MDMA/Molly is an illegal drug with no legitimate uses. Molly is the pure form of the drug, available as capsules containing a crystalline powder. The capsules are taken orally and the drug's effects last from three to six hours, but a second dose is often taken before the effects of the first have worn off. When taken, MDMA/Molly increases the effects of chemical in the brain called neurotransmitters, which affect the mood and cause the release of hormones involved in love, trust, sexual arousal, and other social interactions. Heavy use of the drug can result in confusion, sleep disturbances, depression, and poor memory and concentration. The effects are often compounded by other drugs frequently taken with MDMA, such as marijuana. Heavy users can become dependent and develop a tolerance, which means more of the drug must be taken to obtain the same results. Withdrawal symptoms can occur if the drug use is suddenly stopped.
MDMA is a stimulant that produces results similar to other stimulants such as amphetamines and cocaine. Physical effects include high blood pressure, rapid heart rate, nausea, tense muscles, clenching teeth, sweating or chills, blurred vision, and a sudden increase in body temperature. Another MDMA effect is that it interferes with its own metabolism, which can lead to the accumulation of dangerous levels of the drug in the body. The long-term effects of MDMA/Molly are unclear, but confusion, depression, and memory problems appear to continue for a long time after use of the drug has ceased. Long-term effects can also include heart, kidney, and liver problems. It is possible to die from using the drug, primarily because of its disruption of the body's temperature regulation.
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