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Club Drugs. What Are Club Drugs?. Club drugs are a group of psychoactive drugs that tend to be abused by teens and young adults at bars, nightclubs, concerts, and parties. MDMA (ecstasy). What is MDMA? MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine) MDMA, called “adam,” “ecstasy,” or “XTC”.

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What are club drugs
What Are Club Drugs?

Club drugs are a group of psychoactive drugs that tend to be abused by teens and young adults at bars, nightclubs, concerts, and parties.


Mdma ecstasy
MDMA (ecstasy)

  • What is MDMA?

    MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine)

    MDMA, called “adam,” “ecstasy,” or “XTC”


Effects

Organ Failure

Heart Attack

Coma

Death

  • Nervous

  • Agitated

  • Depression

  • Exhaustion

  • Dehydration

  • High Blood Temperature

  • Hyperthermia


Side effects
Side effects

  • Rapid Eye Movement

  • Tension

  • Teeth Clenching

  • Nausea

  • Blurred Vision

  • Faintness

  • Chills

  • Sweating


Psychological effects
Psychological Effects

  • Depression

  • Loss of appetite

  • Fatigue

  • Confusion

  • Sleep disturbances

  • Anxiety

  • Paranoia

  • Psychotic episodes


Drug purity
Drug Purity

  • Add pics


The love drug
The Love Drug

  • Takes about 20 min

  • Lasts 3-6 hrs sometimes longer

  • Sense of well-being

  • Euphoria

  • Enhanced sense of touch

  • Boost in energy

  • Feel more sexual


OD

  • Extreme nausea

  • Unable to sweat or urinate

  • Muscle cramps

  • Unconscious

  • Overheated


Rohypnol
Rohypnol

Dangerous when taken on its own, and fatally dangerous when combined with alcohol, Rohypnol is horrifyingly infamous for being the "date-rape drug"



  • What does Rohypnol look like? in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.


Effects
Effects in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.

  • Effect within 20 to 30 minutes

  • Tolerance

  • With other drugs


Are there other drugs that are being abused like rohypnol
Are there other drugs that are being abused like Rohypnol? in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.


Gamma hydroxybutyrate ghb
Gamma hydroxybutyrate (GHB) in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.

  • What is it????


GHB in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.


Effects of ghb
Effects Of GHB in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.

What GHB does to you depends on:

  • how much you take

  • the type of GHB you take

  • your height and weight

  • your general health

  • your mood

  • your past experiencewith GHB

  • whether you use GHB on its own or with other drugs

  • whether you use alone or with others, at home or at a party, etc.


Immediate effects of small amounts of ghb
Immediate effects of small amounts in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.of GHB

You May:

  • feel good and confident

  • feel excited or upset

  • take more risks than usual

  • have a heightened sense of touch

  • want to have sex

  • feel drowsy or sleepy

  • suffer memory lapses

  • feel dizzy

  • get headaches

  • suffer from tremors

  • feel sick

  • have diarrhoea or urinary incontinence

  • effects on your body may include that:

  • your heart beats slower

  • your body temperature lowers


Large amounts of ghb
Large amounts of GHB in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.

If you take high doses of GHB you may:

  • feel dizzy

  • suffer from tremors

  • vomit

  • get tunnel vision

  • become uncoordinated (ataxia)

  • become disorientated

  • feel confused, irritated or agitated

  • hallucinate

  • have blackouts and memory lapses

  • have convulsions (fits)

  • have a heart attack

  • overdose

  • go into a coma


OD in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.

  • Appear to be asleep but cannot be woken.

  • Be incoherent, sweating profusely, vomiting and have irregular or shallow breathing.

  • Not be able to stand and/or have involuntary muscle contractions.

  • An overdose of GHB can cause:

  • Faster, irregular or weak heartbeat

  • Breathing problems

  • Heart attack

  • Coma

  • Death.


Withdrawal
Withdrawal in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.

  • confusion, agitation, anxiety, panic

  • paranoia

  • insomnia

  • shaking

  • muscle cramps

  • perspiration

  • delirium

  • deep depression (feeling very down or sad)

  • hallucinations

  • tachycardia (rapid heartbeat)


Ketamine can
Ketamine Can: in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.

  • Reduce sensations in the body

  • Make some people physically incapable of moving while under the influence.

  • Cause changes in how people see and hear things.

  • Cause confusion, panic attacks, and depression


Risks
Risks in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.

  • You don't feel pain properly

  • Mixing with other drugs

  • Bladder problems

  • Abscesses

  • Mental Health


Methamphetamine
Methamphetamine in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.


What are its short term effects

Rush in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.

High

EuphoriaAgitation

Violence

Insomnia

Decreased appetite

Irritability

What are its short-term effects?

  • Anxiety

  • Nervousness

  • Convulsions

  • Heart Attack


What are its long term effects
What are its long-term effects? in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.

  • Tolerance

  • Paranoia

  • Hallucinations

  • Repetitive behavior

  • Delusions of bugs

  • Psychosis

  • Stoke

  • Death


Withdrawal1
Withdrawal in carbonated beverages. The sedative and toxic effects of Rohypnol are aggravated by concurrent use of alcohol. Even without alcohol, a dose of Rohypnol as small as 1 mg can impair a victim for 8 to 12 hours.

  • Feeling moody or flat, right through to being severely depressed

  • Lack of energy, lethargic, exhaustion

  • Getting no enjoyment or pleasure from usual activities

  • Feeling irritable, angry, having a ‘short fuse’

  • Feeling agitated so you can’t sit or lie still, feeling anxious or nervous

  • Having aches and pains

  • Sleep disturbance, insomnia

  • Problems with concentration and memory

  • Cravings to use meth


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