Stimulants On Your Consciousness 5 Ht Similarly Dopamine
693 wordsThe Effects of Stimulants on Your Consciousness A stimulant is a drug that stimulates your body and mind activity. Some of the most commonly used stimulants are caffeine, cocaine, amphetamines, and Ecstasy (MDMA, methylenedioxyamphetamines). Out of the above listed caffeine is the most widely used and has very mild side effects. Caffeine is found in coffee, teas, soda, and chocolate. Since we all know a lot about caffeine I will not be discussing it. However I will be covering my two personal fa...
Free research essays on topics related to: dopamine, cocaine, mdma, 5 ht, neuron
Muscle Tension Brain Damage
711 wordsThe drug commonly known as ecstasy, is a designer drug that is increasingly affecting the health and taking the lives of teens, college students, and young professionals around the world and needs to be put to a stop. Ecstasy, or MDMA, is a synthetic, psychoactive, mind altering drug with hallucinogenic and amphetamine like properties. Many problems users run across when taking the drug ecstasy include, psychological difficulties, including confusion, depression, sleep problems, drug craving, se...
Free research essays on topics related to: designer drugs, blood pressure, brain damage, blurred vision, muscle tension
High School Seniors War On Drugs
1,766 wordsThe year is 2000. The War on Drugs is a lost cause. The United States has spent hundreds of billions of dollars and lost thousands of lives. The result is any adult or child with a couple measly dollars can purchase any existing illegal drug almost anywhere in the country (Greer 6 / 24 / 98). The emergence of a new designer drug (a combination of two existing drugs) ecstasy, which is the most common street term for the illicit drug MDMA (+/- 3, 4 Methylenedioxymethamphetamine), has brought a fat...
Free research essays on topics related to: illicit drugs, socially acceptable, fifth grade, war on drugs, high school seniors
Insidious Adulterant Short Term Ecstasy
332 words... Ecstasy... a designer drug 2000 - 10 - 15. Gradually Ecstasy, the so called e becomes more and more popular. Today we can find e in all discos in Europe's capitals. The production in eastern Europe has continued to heat up. So has smuggling: in April, Italian officials in Trieste intercepted 330000 pils more than they picked up in all of 1998. More than 1 million doses of e were consumed in U. K. dance clubs and 5 % of young adults in Europe say they have already tried Ecstasy. E is popular ...
Free research essays on topics related to: harmful, ecstasy, mdma, dance, short term
Potentially Harmful Drug Abuse
1,089 words... out running a test on it. Ecstasy testing kits are portable and discreet testing kits which are quick, easy to use, relatively simple, and inexpensive products which allow people to test unknown pills to help determine their contents. Because the quality of street ecstasy is notoriously poor, having the ability to at least narrow down the possible contents can help reduce the risks associated with the use of street ecstasy. They are important because they can test if a pill contains Ecstasy/...
Free research essays on topics related to: drug users, drug abuse, one drug, potentially harmful, color change
Rave Culture And Its Effects On Popular
1,199 words... posts individualism, a come-as-you-are mentality, there are definitely many similarities among ravers in general. A unique aspect of rave culture is the fashion. There is a definite sense of individualism within the rave fashion scene; you are likely to see someone in jeans, someone in black vinyl pants, or someone in costume. However, many people fit into a definite 'typical raver' mold. For males, baggy pants are the norm. A very tight shirt, no shirt, or a sweatshirt is also common for ma...
Free research essays on topics related to: ravers, rave scene, rave, big thing, ecstasy
Psychological Dependence Opium Poppy
2,700 wordsDrug and Alcohol Abuse Both Drug and Alcohol abuse seems to be a big problem in our world today, with the idea that some kind of substance is needed to have fun. Its mostly in the teenage and young adult years that drug abuse begins, and most older addicts started when they were young. In this paper i am going to go over a few will used drugs, their ingredients, uses, and effects. Alcohol Alcohol, the most wide abused drug, In todays world, alcohol is not often thought of as a drug largely becau...
Free research essays on topics related to: opium poppy, ethyl alcohol, psychological dependence, addictive substance, withdrawal symptoms
British Medical Journal Readers Digest
936 wordsThe Association Between Raves and Drugs Generally people associate raves (Underground Techno parties) with designer drugs like Ecstasy (MDMA), Speed (amphetamine) and other acids like LSD. These drugs are called the Techno Drugs for that reason and most of the time have uplifting and senator effects. To understand more clearly the relationship between the raves and these drugs, we first have to understand the philosophy behind the Techno era, and a little about the music. Techno, can lift the sp...
Free research essays on topics related to: designer drugs, readers digest, british medical journal, times magazine, rave scene
Long Term Effects Mood Swings
4,726 wordsDrugs work by changing chemicals in your brain that control your mood. Most drugs boost or imitate the behavior of chemicals (like adrenaline, dopamine and serotonin) which regulate our mood, well being and energy levels. These chemical messengers are part of what makes us feel happy. The reason people continue doing drugs or become addicted is to do with a part of the brain called the reward pathway. It? s an area deep in the brain which makes us repeat experiences that feel good, be it having ...
Free research essays on topics related to: cancer causing, mood swings, crystal meth, blood pressure, long term effects
Side Effects High School Drug
527 wordsThe Ecstasy 1 September 2000 The Lure of Ecstasy According to the Time Magazine article ecstasy is a serious drug in America. Karen a high school student from Texas experiments with the drug before school. In Grand Rapids, Michigan takes the drug so her and husband can talk about there problems. So what is this drug? ecstasy? and where did it come from? Well according to Time it is actually MDMA. The patient was issued in 1914 to the E. Merch Company. The chemists though they could develop the d...
Free research essays on topics related to: therapeutic, danger, larger, ecstasy, side effects
Side Effects High School Drug
528 wordsThe Ecstasy 1 September 2000 The Lure of Ecstasy According to the Time Magazine article ecstasy is a serious drug in America. Karen a high school student from Texas experiments with the drug before school. In Grand Rapids, Michigan takes the drug so her and husband can talk about there problems. So what is this drug? ecstasy? and where did it come from? Well according to Time it is actually MDMA. The patient was issued in 1914 to the E. Merch Company. The chemists though they could develop the d...
Free research essays on topics related to: side effects, therapeutic, ecstasy, larger, danger
Long Run Three Articles
783 wordsCritical Review Ecstasy makes an interesting topic for public discourse due to its increasing popularity and questionable side effects. The public as consumers of the media must decide if any information given about this topic is accurate and reliable. In this paper three articles will be analyzed. The first one, ? Bill to Increase Penalties on the Drug Ecstasy? by AnneMarie Tavella, deals with the legal aspects of the drug and argues that a bill should be passed to change possession of 15 grams...
Free research essays on topics related to: three articles, ecstasy, long run, sullivan, articles
Dance Clubs Side Effects
665 wordsEcstasy Chemically, ecstasy is known as methylene-dioxymethamphetamine or MDMA. It falls between two major categories of drugs, hallucinogens and amphetamines. Ecstasy usually comes in the form of a small tablet. In 1914, MDMA was first used as a prescription drug to reduce appetite. However it wasn? t until 1981 when American youths first started using it as a recreational drug. It was completely legal in the US until 1985 when it was added to the banned list. It was about the same time that th...
Free research essays on topics related to: effects include, dance clubs, mdma, ecstasy, side effects
Makes You Feel Blood Pressure
1,096 wordsFinally, one single Ecstasy ECSTASY Finally, one single dose of a simple small pill to end all of your worries and make you happy as if all were right in the world. This is the common perception most get when they are under the hypnotic trance of what is called Exstacy. Exstacy is a pill, a drug, above any other of its kind, specially formulated to encourage the user psychologically, everything is good, and love is in the air, no worries, no sorrow, that everything is perfect because the feeling...
Free research essays on topics related to: side effects, heart beat, make love, makes you feel, blood pressure
Brain Damage Blood Pressure
826 wordsIn America today, Ecstasy Ecstasy In America today, somewhere around 4 and a half million people regularly take some kind of illegal pill. One of these pills that have lately increased in popularity is known as ecstasy. Ecstasy, or also known as MDMA, was first developed as an appetite suppressed. Eventually it was figured out that this little pill could give you quite a trip. Some people may say that ecstasy is fun, but what they fail to realize is that it can have physical effects as well as m...
Free research essays on topics related to: source 2, side effects, america today, blood pressure, brain damage
Hydrogen Peroxide Chemical Imbalance
1,140 wordsThe music vibrates throughout your body. Everything you perceive or imagine pulsates in unison to form the collective conscience. Every thought, feeling, and your existence as a whole become euphoric and connected. You love and understand everything as never before. Why does this have to end after a few hours? Why can it not be real? This is your body on MDMA (Ecstasy). Also known as Adam, E, and the love drug, Ecstasy has almost become synonymous with thoughts of druggie teenagers dancing at al...
Free research essays on topics related to: chemical imbalance, first time, long term, hydrogen peroxide, ecstasy
Ecstasy Pills Ecstasy Tablet Drug
1,427 wordsDrugs are a ridiculous way to handle all kinds of things. A recent Teen Magazine survey noted that: 86 % of respondents had tried drugs before, 77 % of whom are under 16. 63 % have tried marijuana, 16 % have taken a trip, and 32 % have no worries about drugs. That is pretty heavy. The top 3 reasons for taking drugs were: Enjoyment, Dealing with pressure, and Peer Pressure. Do you want to end up in hospital, severely injured or DEAD? Anna Wood was a happy 15 -year-old girl who was popular, on top...
Free research essays on topics related to: barton, pill, ecstasy, pills, brain damage
Academic Search Elite Illegal Drug
1,607 wordsThe Truth About Adam Its Friday night and you have nothing to do. Youre putting your schoolbooks away and you notice a flyer that you received earlier today. It says: Spectacular Laser Light Show Dance ALL night long to the newest trance songs in the industry. You decide to check it out and after asking a few people of the location of this dance party you find yourself in front of an abandoned warehouse. You walk in and the sound is blaring and the laser lights you read about are moving to the m...
Free research essays on topics related to: drug called, academic search elite, body temperature, six hours, illegal drug
Rave Culture Club Drugs
1,454 wordsRave and drugs The new millennium is coming soon. So, there are many of special parties will appear at the end of the year. All of the youth people are being busy to think what party they should attend and have the most fun on this special New Year Eve to greet the Y 2 K (year 2000). In my mind, a word Xrave pop up because it can have more than thousand of people dance in a place and create the festive atmosphere. This is the reason why the rave culture will still go on to capture the attention ...
Free research essays on topics related to: dance music, rave culture, make people, pp 1, club drugs
Pursuit Of Happiness Promised Land
1,017 wordsTake the high road The Promised Land Decca Aitkenhead Fourth Estate? 12. 99, pp 217 Decca Aitkenhead admits that her original outline for The Promised Land offered to subvert the genre of travel writing. This turns out to have been a foolish proposal on two counts first, because shed read very few travel books, and second, because The Promised Land actually does no such thing. Which is not to say that its either predictable or dull. Aitkenhead discovered ecstasy as a student in Manchester in the...
Free research essays on topics related to: pursuit of happiness, cape town, san francisco, promised land, ecstasy