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Ecstasy. Baleigh Bond Eden Whitmore Israel Rubio Jessica Leon. Table of Contents. 1. Title slide 2. Table of contents 3. Type of drug 4. Category 5. Picture 6. Nick names 7. How is it taken? 8. Effects 9. Dangers 10. Statistics 11.Interesting facts 12. Resources. Type of Drugs .

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    1. Ecstasy Baleigh Bond Eden Whitmore Israel Rubio Jessica Leon

    2. Table of Contents • 1. Title slide • 2. Table of contents • 3. Type of drug • 4. Category • 5. Picture • 6. Nick names • 7. How is it taken? • 8. Effects • 9. Dangers • 10. Statistics • 11.Interesting facts • 12. Resources

    3. Type of Drugs • Ecstasy is classified as a stimulant. • It is called 3-4-methylenedioxymethampheta-mine. (MDMA) • It is a synthetic drug with amphetamine-like and hallucinogenic properties. • Ecstasy is similar to the stimulant methamphetamine and the hallucinogen mescaline. • It is a combination of LSD and speed. • It does not cause hallucinations like LSD and speed.

    4. Category • This drug is illegal. • Not a prescription drug. • Not an OTC drug either. • If you are caught using, selling, or buying it, you will be arrested.

    5. How the drug is taken • Swallowed • Snorted

    6. Nicknames • MDMA • E • X • XTC • Adam • Molly • Roll • 007 • Go • Hug drug • Beans • Love drug

    7. Effects of the drug • Strain on the heart, liver, and kidneys • May feel hyper at first • Loose sense of time • Muscle tension/cramping • Nausea • Blurred vision • Increased heart rate • Increased blood pressure

    8. Effects of the drug • May feel anxious or agitated • Faint • Dizzy • Sweating • Feelings of depressions • Sadness • Involuntary teeth clenching • May have the chills

    9. Effects of the drug What happens if you Over Dose? • High blood pressure • Faintness • Panic attacks • Loss of consciousness • Seizures

    10. Dangers • Depression • Anxiety • Aggressiveness • Agitation • Recklessness • Paranoia • Sleep disorder • Poor decision making

    11. Statistics

    12. Statistics

    13. Interesting Facts • Leah Bells, a girl, died after taking a single ecstasy pill at her 18th birthday. She dies from a heart stroke and heart failure. • In US alone, more than 12 million people have taken ecstasy. • Usually taken by young adults and teens. • Sold at bars, underground nightclubs, and all night parties. • A single dose of Ecstasy lasts 3-4 hours which creates enjoyment of physical activities and provides a rush of energy.

    14. Resources • http://newportacademy.com/blog/ten-things-every-parent-should-know-about-ecstasy • http://teens.drugabuse.gov/drug-facts/mdma-ecstasy-or-molly • www.urban75.com/Drugs/drugxtc.htm/ • http://alcholism.about.com/od/ecstasy/a/ecstasy.htm • http://alcholism.acom/od/ecstasy/a/ecstasy.htm • www.kidshealth.org • http://alcholism.about.com/cs-ecstasy-f-mdma_faq04.htm