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Describing the Dangers of an MDMA Overdose

On the streets it has many names, such as Molly or ecstasy. It comes in different forms, such as pills or powder. However it comes and whatever you call it, MDMA is an extremely dangerous and illegal drug that acts as both a stimulant and psychedelic. While the drug has gained in popularity over the . . . . Continue Reading


Women’s Brains Effected More by Stimulants

It is a reasonable assessment that men and women experience some things differently, with levels of severity and experiences that vary from case to case. With no intention of making a harmful generalization, it is still interesting to consider the differences between how certain thing effect the sexes in different ways. Now researchers are suggesting . . . . Continue Reading


6 Ways Drugs Affect the Neuroscience of the Brain

The brain has an intricate system of nerves and neurotransmitters enabling neurons to produce signals communicating with itself in various circumstances to create our senses and perceptions. So of course when foreign molecules are introduced into the brain they can corrupt this communication system. Drugs do this by mimicking brain’s neurotransmitters or by hijacking their . . . . Continue Reading


Women at Higher Risk of Ecstasy Overdose

According to an article in the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, MDMA was created nearly a century ago as researchers felt confident that the drug could be of use in psychotherapy. However over time, the use of the drug fell out of favor and eventually became illegal. Ultimately MDMA resurfaced in the illicit drug market commonly sold . . . . Continue Reading


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