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Dangers of Ecstasy There are many dangers to taking ecstasy that people dont consider All we think of is the feeling it gives you the confidence to associate with people total strangers even But what does it really do to you What good is all the happiness when all it is is a sham a fairy tale that only exists in ones head We all think it increases our social life but it actually is decreasing it Down the line we eventually become too slow and basically too stupid to even have a social life Taking ecstasy has many negatives we dont hear about For example if taken in a hot atmosphere at a rave for example it can cause heatstroke In fact there have been several deaths associated with ecstasy Studies also suggest that it may damage certain brain cells and using it for a long time could cause liver damage Ecstasy can make people very friendly towards each other or give them a feeling of extra energy Once the effect wears off though it can leave them feeling pretty miserable It can also affect their body co-ordination making it dangerous to do things like driving Taken in larger amounts Ecstasy can cause feelings of anxiety or confusion even paranoia People who use it regularly find it difficult to sleep Some girls find that it makes their periods heavier And it is particularly dangerous for anyone who suffers from epileptic fits or any kind of heart condition Ecstasy can also cause many symptoms of Parkinson disease after long-term use There was a study with a man that was twenty-nine years old He had taken ecstasy ten times over a two-year period Three months after the last time he used ecstasy he began have the symptoms of Parkinson He had symptoms such as clumsiness difficulty walking and slow movements Taking ecstasy blocks the level of serotonin that is produce in
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