Thebetter known drug among today’s youth, Ecstasy, has now reached such popularity for providing, apparently “harmless”, an incomparable sense of euphoria, together by a seems of endless energy. The ones who consumes it, must only be worried to drink plenty of water to calm the unquenchable thirst produced by this drug. They are unaware, or dismiss the brutal dehydration suffered by the body, not only because of the chemical reaction embracing all the little tab contents, but also the results of the intense physical charge it demands, and the colossal energy they must have to support for many hours.
Young people think this is a simple process to get over easily, but it is not, on the contrary, it could be more harmful than many can imagine. If all known drugs until today affect the brain, Ecstasy is margined in this group. This concept could change drastically.
A group of scientists from University of Adelaide, Australia, have discovered that Ecstasy may affect the brain, and the damage could be such serious as memory loss, or psychological damages in a long-term. According to this research, 7% of 17 years-old people, who accepted to have used this drug could have affected their health definitively.
Although until today, studies do not show that small doses of Ecstasy, even indicated on rare occasions, could cause serious damages in the brain, and have been done only in animals. The recently accumulated evidence suggests the damage could also occurs in humans.
Therefore, it could have been concluded that those people who used this drug, may have mental damages in the future. This drug, according to researchers, apparently works acting on a type of a brain cell in a molecular level, increasing the damage according with the chemical reaction of the body toward the drug. The environment temperature also can stimulate the body overheating.
A night of pleasure could become into a lifelong nightmare. If you are a young person, and you want to feel new sensation experiences, try to stimulate your brain with an smarter method. Try to find other routes, like music, sports, outdoors activities, or more simple, read a book.
Good literature can carry our senses to places where “Ecstasy” never could take us.