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Heroin ecstasy

Heroin & ecstasy

Brandon A. Gutierrez

How was heroin exposed
How was heroin exposed ?

  • Heroin was first synthesized from morphine in 1874. From 1898 through to 1910, Bayer, marketed it under the trademark name Heroin as a cough suppressant and as a non-addictive morphine substitute. One year after beginning sales, Bayer exported heroin to 23 countries.

The effects of heroin
The effects of heroin

One of the effects that heroin can cause is skin falling and eating out your flesh and rotten on to your bones.

How does it feel to be on heroin
How does it feel to be on heroin ?

  • At first you will feel happy , chill , content. As if heroin was a simple drug that makes you feel like you wish you were. You start to think oh , heroin isn't bad or addictive as people say it is , it’s actually a nice feeling. But then after a while you start to get sick and now you need heroin to feel normal and it just gets worse. But how does it feel ? How does it become a addiction ? Heroin feels nice. That’s all , it just feels very nice , and for a moment you will make you feel as clever as Faust.

How was ecstasy exposed
How was ecstasy exposed ?

  • During the 1980s the use of empathy and ecstasy , street names that were then given to MDMA. began to increase, especially among gay and urban communities. By the 1990s ecstasy use was entrenched in the nightclub and electronic music scenes. To help them ‘party’ a lot harder normally used in raves.

The effects of ecstasy
The effects of ecstasy

  • Ecstasy has short-term and long-term effects on the brain.

  • It gives you energy and your heart rate increases and so does your body temperature.

  • With ecstasy you feel love for everyone and that everyone loves you at the moment.

  • But then the next day of taking the drug you feel super depressed and feel annoyed by every one and you just want to be by yourself in your own little world and this takes up to weeks or months of feeling like this.

Under the influence of ecstasy
Under the influence of ecstasy

  • Ecstasy is both a hallucinogenic and a stimulant drug. It makes users experience a rush of good feelings and makes someone's feelings much more intense, whether they're good or bad. The drug's effects usually last up to 6 hours. his or her body can dangerously overheat during dancing or other physical activities, which can lead to muscle breakdown, kidney, liver and heart damage, and even death. Taking the drug can cause seizures, brain swelling and permanent brain damage.

How to stop the addiction
How to stop the addiction ?

  • The most obvious way to stop the addiction is to stop taking the pill

  • You will feel like you need the pill in order to live and you are going to feel alone and like unwanted but that’s just the process of your body getting over it.

  • After about 6 months you will feel so much comfortable but it also depends on how long the use of the drug was.

Work cited
Work cited

  • http://drugabuse.com/library/how-to-help-an-ecstasy-addict/

  • http://kidshealth.org/kid/grow/drugs_alcohol/know_drugs_ecstasy.html

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heroin

  • http://drugabuse.com/library/the-effects-of-heroin-use/

  • http://addictions.about.com/od/dailylifewithaddiction/a/What-Do-Heroin-Effects-Feel-Like.htm