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About Ecstasy

Ecstasy Effects

Effects of Ecstasy

Ecstasy is made in a laboratory and the makers can add anything they want such as caffeine, amphetamines and even cocaine. Mixing ecstasy with alcohol is dangerous and could even be lethal. Some side effects of ecstasy include: confusion, depression, anxiety, paranoia sleeping problems, involuntary teeth clenching and chills or sweating. Prolonged use can cause permanent brain damage affecting the person's ability to think.

Call a drug rehabilitation center near you and talk to a drug counselor to see how you can help a person get off ecstasy.

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