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ecstasy

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olivia palmer-davies

on 25 May 2011

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Transcript of ecstasy

Ecstasy Effects Chronic sleep problems
Cracked teeth through grinding
High blood pressure
Dehydration
Anxiety
Decreased emotional control
Lethargy
Severe depression
Memory impairment
Nerve cell damage
Serotonin syndrome
Death from heart failure concequences may
incude: By Olivia Palmer-Davies Increased blood pressure and pulse rate
Dilated pupils
Raised body temperature
Sweating
Loss of appetite
Jaw clenching
Nausea
Nervousness
Confusion
Teeth grinding
Vomiting
Hallucinations
Tremors
Insomnia
Panic
Visual distortions The formulation of pills marketed as ecstasy can vary greatly. They are more likely to contain methamphetamine (speed) combined with a synthetic hallucinogen or para-methoxyamphetamine (PMA) than what they are supposed to. What Is It? The signs and symptoms
of
using ecstasy can include: Facts About Ecstasy Ecstasy is a drug The problems
caused by Ecstasy Increased heart rate
Increased blood pressure
Overheating
Jaw clenching
Teeth grinding
Tremors
Nausea
Enlarged pupils
Anxiety Short Term Cracked teeth through clenching and grinding
High blood pressure
Possible memory and attention impairment
Lethargy
Decreased emotional control
Severe depression
Possible nerve cell damage Long Term
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