Ecstasy and what It Can Do to Its User
The buzz about X (Ecstasy) is reaching an all-time high. Since 1997, teen use of this drug has grown more than any other drug, according to Monitoring the Future, a research group tracking youth behavior; approximately 10.5 percent of 12th graders say they've tried X in the last year.
Ecstasy is supposed to bring about a feeling of euphoria. It shuts off parts of your brain and supplants an extended dose of adrenaline and seratonin (that stuff in chocolate that makes you feel good) so you're happy and carefree -- or feel nothing at all. But a recent Johns Hopkins University study shows that over an extended period of time, Ecstasy gradually destroys parts of the brain that regulate memory, sleep, sexual function and moods.
What else do we know about X? Below, the experts answer your questions.
What is Ecstasy?
Ecstasy is the street name for MDMA, also known as X, E, Adam and Roll. …
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