MDMA

or, ¨Ecstasy¨

What is Ecstasy?

It is an empathogenic drug categorized in the phenethylamine and amphetamine classes of drugs. Ecstasy can cause euphoria, or feelings of intimacy with another person, mild psychedelia and diminished anxiety.

How do you get Ecstasy into your body?

Ecstasy is a form of pill that you take, pills similar to the kind shown above. But any times they vary in size and color.

Common slang for MDMA

  • Ecstasy
  • Molly
  • Happy pill
  • Smartees
  • Scooby Snacks
  • Love drugs
  • ADAM
  • Beans
  • Lovers speed

Short term affects of Ecstasy in your body:


  • severe anxiety
  • paranoia
  • muscle tension
  • confusion
  • false sense of affection
  • nausea
  • impaired judgement
  • sleep problems
  • drug cravings

Long term affects of Ecstasy in your body:

  • Long lasting brain damage that affects memory and thought
  • Death
  • Kidney failure
  • damages portion of the brain that manages critcal functions such as learning, sleeping and emotion
  • depression, anxiety, and memory loss
  • psychosis
  • convulsion
  • degernated nerve branches and nerve ending
  • hemorrhaging
  • cardiovascular collapse

Different forms of Ecstasy

Signs of Ecstasy Abuse:

  • Irregular sleeping patterns
  • Lack of awareness of pain
  • unusual feelings of close admiration towards people they may not know or know well enough

Signs of Ecstasy Addiction/Overdose

  • High blood pressure
  • Panic attacks
  • Faintness
  • Seizures
  • Loss of conciousness