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Ecstasy

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on 15 October 2013

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Transcript of Ecstasy

Ecstasy
SHORT TERM:
Gives you energy, chills, headaches, blurred vision, nausea, dehydration, seizures, faintness, muscle tension, severe sweating, vomiting and even death

LONG TERM:
Dramatic increase in heart rate, dehydration (that can lead to kidney failure), drug cravings, depression, impairs memory, brain damage, toxin's to the brain, sleep problems, emotional reactions, heart palpitations and severe anxiety
The person taking the drug may seem very friendly, hyperactive, full of energy, may hear things, and seem still energetic after hours of activity

THEY MAY ADVERSE TO THE FOLLOWING:
- Nausea
- Chills
- Sweating
- Blurred vision
- Muscle cramps
- Clenching of the teeth
People take Ecstasy to:
ESCAPE OUT OF REALITY
FEEL FREE
FEEL HAPPY
ENERGETIC
LOVED
TO HAVE A GOOD TIME AT PARTIES
TO STAY AWAKE FOR LONGER
TO FEEL ENERGETIC FOR HOURS ON END

SHORT AND LONG TERM EFFECT
SIGNS/SYMPTOMS
WHY PEOPLE TAKE IT
STATISTICS
what is it?
a tablet that sends a short term overwhelming feeling of excitement



Ecstasy
In 2009 approximately 2.8 million americans aged 12 or over have used ecstasy and the numbers are increasing since then.

4.7 per cent of tenth graders and 4.5 per cent of twelfth graders have tried ecstasy at least once a year.


NEED HELP
There are many of organisations that are able to provide help for young people with drug issues.
There are a list of organisations below:
collation against drug abuse
world health organisation
austraian drug foundation
drug free
national drug strategy
There is no real way to overcome an ecstasy addiction. Other then self attempt, group counciling or socializing with a drug organisation.
TREATMENT
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Go to:
http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecstasy_(drug)
http://www.druginfo.adf.org.au/drug-facts/ecstasy
http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=what-are-the-effects-of-t
http://teens.drugabuse.gov/drug-facts/mdma-ecstasy-or-molly
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