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Ecstasy Addiction

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Ecstasy is well known as a party drug, and is especially popular with young adults. Because the drug has stimulant effects and makes a person feel as though they can be physically active for a long time, those who attend raves or all-night parties often use it. Although MDMA is usually the main ingredient in ecstasy, pills often contain other drugs or chemicals, which can be extremely dangerous. Treatment for ecstasy addiction includes inpatient rehabilitation, counselling, and aftercare.

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About Ecstasy Addiction



Ecstasy is a drug that is easy to become addicted to, and many users begin to crave the drug even after using it only a couple of times. It has stimulant effects, and can give the user feelings of euphoria, increased energy, and emotional warmth toward others. Withdrawal can be incredibly hard and also dangerous, and is not always what the user expects since ecstasy can contain additional chemicals the user is not aware of. Ecstasy is generally seen as a party drug, and because it's often used socially, many people do not realize they have a problem. Ecstasy can result in serious physical and psychological problems, and affects the brain in many negative ways.

Treatment of Ecstasy Addiction



Ecstasy withdrawal often results in depression and psychological issues, so part of treatment for the addiction is behavioural and psychological therapy. Often, a long-term rehabilitation program is suggested for those addicted to ecstasy. Some users may feel a 28-day program is sufficient, but as with other drug addictions, it takes a while to get back on your feet after discontinuing use, and a 90-day program will give an addict the time they need. Treatment for ecstasy addiction will consist of both individual and group therapy, and will give the addict a chance to discover more about themselves and focus on the issues behind the addiction.

Post Rehabilitation of Ecstasy Addiction



Treatment of ecstasy addiction is a big step, but aftercare is just as important. Recovery from ecstasy addiction is life-long, but there are things the addict can do to make it easier. Staying away from places where the drug is available and people who may trigger addictive behaviour is very important. Since ecstasy is a drug often connected to partying, this can be a huge life change for some users.

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Has your drug use resulted in you missing work or school?
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Has your ecstasy use caused you to suffer from financial problems?
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Have you done ecstasy alone?
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Do you plan your social life around occasions or outings where you feel you have a good excuse to do ecstasy?
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Have you started spending more time with, and making friends with, people who do ecstasy?
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Have any of your friends or family expressed concern over your drug use or any behavioural changes?
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Has your drug use affected your appetite and sleeping patterns?
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Has your drug use caused conflict in your relationships?
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Have you lied about your drug use?
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Has your use of ecstasy caused you to do things you regret?
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Do you have trouble having fun without ecstasy?
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Have you ever put yourself into a dangerous situation just to obtain ecstasy?
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Have you experienced paranoia while using ecstasy?
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Have you experienced problems with memory and concentration since starting to use ecstasy?
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Do you become depressed and anxious when you cannot do ecstasy?
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Have you ever been injured or received medical attention as a result of your drug use?
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Have you ever snorted or injected the drug?
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Do you use other drugs while using ecstasy?
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Have you ever had unprotected sex while using ecstasy?
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Have you ever tried to stop using ecstasy but found that you couldn't?
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