The first year of remission from a substance use disorder.
A synthetic substance with stimulant and hallucinogenic effects, that produces feelings of increased energy, euphoria, and distorted sensory and time perception. Side effects include nausea, muscle cramping, involuntary teeth clenching, blurred vision, chills, and sweating. Also known as Molly, E, M&M, MDMA, XTC, Adam, and essence.
- Long-term health consequences include: damage to serotonin neurons
- Ecstasy can be: ingested orally, snorted
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