Don't Do Hallucinagens
by: Jillian Betterton
Causes and effects of hallucinogens
Hallucinogens are bad for the body and brain, and they can cause you to see, hear, and touch things that Aren't really there or don't exist. The most common hallucinogens are PCP, LSD, and 'shrooms'. The drug physical effect are dilated pupils, increased heart rate, and blood pressure rises, you lose your apitite, lack of sleep, headaches, nausea, you sweat a lot, blurry vision, memory loss, itching, and more. Long term effects can be flash backs, mood swings, outbursts, and possibly depression that could lead to death or suicide.