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CLUB DRUGS

Raoufa, Hajer, yosra, Amena, Assma
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CLUB DRUGS

Methamphetamine
Methamphetamine or Meth is a stimulant drug that affects the central nervous system. Meth increases activity and decreases appetite.This type of drug is actually legal only if you have a medical prescription. It is used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) ,and obesity.
Mental / Physical affects
Short-term affects are:
Increased wakefulness and physical activity; decreased appetite; increased breathing, heart rate, blood pressure, temperature; irregular heartbeat.

Long-term affects are:
Anxiety, confusion, sleepiness, mood problems, violent behavior, paranoia , hallucinations, delusions,
weight loss, severe dental problems ,and intense itching.








History
MDMA affects the brain by activating three chemicals.

Dopamine—
which increases activity
Norepinephrine—
increases heart rate
Serotonin—
affects mood

Short-term affects are:
confusion,depression
, sleep problems,
anxiety
, increased heart rate and blood pressure,muscle tension,teeth clenching,nausea,blurred vision,faintness, chills or sweating, liver ,kidney, or heart failure and death.
Long-term affects are:
Long-lasting confusion, depression, problems with attention, memory, and sleep,increased anxiety, impulsiveness, aggression,loss of appetite,
less interest in sex.

Sources
Club Drugs
Club Drugs are a group of psychoactive drugs that tend to be be abused by teens and young adults at bars, nightclubs, concerts, and parties.
Gamma hydroxybutyrate (GHB),
Rohypnol,
Ketamine,


These are some of the drugs included in this group.
Different types and sizes of Club Drugs
History of GHB:
LSD stands for Lysergic Acid Diethylsmide.It is a drug hallucinogens change the way you
sense the world around you.LSD is odorless,colorless,and tasteless.
Its acid a extremely hard drug made of pure chemical.It was popular in the 60's.
History/Mental & Physical Effects
Raoufa Thabet
Hajer Qara
Yosra Morshed
Amena Ludi
Assma Saleh

Rohypnol
What is Rohypnol...

Rophynol is the brand name of a
psychoactive depressant that is known
to have strong sedative (promoting calm
or inducing sleep), hypnotic,
and muscle relaxant effects. It is also
known as "date-Rape Drug"

Ketamine
GHB is made of chemical.And used in to medicine in 1960 and in 1963 discovered as naturally chemical in the human brain.
Physical effects:
Mental effects:
The history of Rohypnol began in the 1970s in Europe and appeared in the United States in the early 1990s. Much of the concern surrounding Rohypnol is its abuse as a "date rape" drug.
Mental Effects:
Psychological,dependency,
Anxiety,Aggressiveness,Loss of inhibitions,Talkativeness,Violent behaviors,Confusion and excitement,Memory impairment.
Physical Effects:
Drowsiness,Slurred speech,Impaired motor coordination,Nausea,Blackouts,Seizures,
Coma and death.



Physical effects on Rohypnol
Picture
Ketamine History
Ketamine was first formed in 1962 by an American scientist named Calvin Stevens. It was medically used as an anesthetic.it was known as "special k"or "vitamin k". It became popular in 1970 when the federal government approved it for human use.Then, new forms of the drug went into illegal drug markets. it become common as a date-rape drug.
Effects on the body
When someone uses a small dose of ketamine, they can feel happy and it can bring on feelings of energy. Later, it will cause numbness, possible nausea, and vomiting. The user can also experience paralysis and find it hard to move or speak. Sometimes, users say that the drug makes them feel very aggressive if they have been drinking alcohol. At higher doses, hallucinations start and stop quickly and can be powerful and disturbing. Also, users feel very alone and say that they have had ‘near death’ experiences.This is called k-holing.

History
The history of methamphetamine started in the early 20th century. This is a more modern form of a drug called amphetamine. It was first found in 1889 Germany. As they continued studying the new drug they found out that it could be used as a treatment for depression. Over the years they found easier ways to consume it. Such as sniffing it through their nose, smoking it and even injecting it. It was legal in the U.S. up until drug trafficking and abuse increased ,and people discovered the harmful effects of this stimulant.
History of LSD
3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (MDMA)
MDMA

is a drug that's both a stimulant and hallucinogens . It increases your activity while making everything you do seem pleasurable.

It is commonly known as Ecstasy or Molly.
Mental / Physical Affects
MDMA was first found in Germany in the early 1900's. It was then used as a therapeutic tool in the U.S. in the 1970's. Later on the Drug Enforcement Adminastation banned the production because it was not an affective therapeutic tool.
Mental effects
Physical effects
-Visual hallucination
-They see the size and shape of objects
movements color and sound
-Terrifying thoughts and feelings
-Fear of losing control
-Panic attacks
-Higher or lower body temperature
-Sweating or chills (goose bumps)
-Loss of appetite
-Sleeplessness
-Dry mouth
-Causes vomiting
-Drowsiness and visual distraction
-Seizures
-Slowed heart rate and even death


-Confusion
-Loss of memory
-Amnesia
-Lower defense
Vulnerable
This shows how badly Meth affects the brain.
This shows the usage among different ages.
This shows the usage of MDMA throughout different age groups.
http://www.drugfree.org/drug-guide/rohypnol/?gclid=CLTo0rKZ9csCFZeEaQodedIOXw

https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/understanding-drug-abuse-addiction

http://www.cesar.umd.edu/cesar/drugs/ghb.asp

http://www.cesar.umd.edu/cesar/drugs/ketamine.asp

http://ketamine.com/history-of-ketamine/5-turning-points-during-the-history-of-ketamine/
http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/appsych/chibps/ketamine#History

https://www.drugabuse.gov/drugs-abuse/club-drugs

http://searchjustice.usdoj.gov/search?q=site%3Awww.dea.gov+club+drugs&spell=1&output=xml_no_dtd&ie=iso-8859-1&client=default_frontend&proxystylesheet=dea&site=dea_collection&access=p

http://www.narconon.org/drug-information/methamphetamine-history.html



where ketamine is most use
how its used
street name
In 2015 a new study, said that 2.3 million teens and adults aged 12 and older have used ketamine in their lifetime.
: http://www.unityrehab.com/rehab-corner/2-3-million-americans-abused-ketamine/#sthash.fnAWCDKI.dpufn

Short Term Effects: Anesthesia and dissociative effects (out of body or near death experiences)
Confusion, delirium, hallucinations, altered perceptions of sight, touch, and sound
Amnesia
Sense of slowing things down, paralyzing, trance-like, or lifeless state
Schizophrenic-like symptoms and behaviors
Long Term Effects:Fatigue or excessive sleepiness
Uncontrollable yawning
Emotional instability and mood swings
Aggressive or hostile behaviors, irritability, or depression
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