The popular party drug MDMA or Molly has been taken by 6.4% of people over the age of 26. The exact ingredients of each batch are hard to know, and with just one bad pill, the health risks can be devastating. MDMA or Molly addiction can happen and cause severe long-term problems to vital organs and brain function. Tampa MDMA addiction treatment thoroughly treats individuals who have fallen deeply into MDMA addiction. Find the support you need by calling drug detox centers in Tampa at (813) 262-0168 for more information.
MDMA is both a stimulant and hallucinogen causing sensations such as distortions of time, increased energy and enjoyment of tactile surfaces. Molly is one of the many names given to MDMA and other street names include the Love Drug, Adam, E, Elephants, X, Cadillac and Essence. It is a Schedule I controlled substance which means that is not deemed fit for medical purposes and has a high risk of abuse and addiction.
Over a period of extend use of MDMA, there are several health risks that are likely to occur. The main areas that are usually affected include brain function and certain organs that are stressed during abuse of the drug. The following are some of the long-term health effects: From just one bad pill, death is possible Cardiovascular collapse Psychosis Hemorrhaging Long-term depression and anxiety Memory problems Brain damage in regions that control critical thinking, emotions, learning and sleep patterns Overdose due to tolerance building and too much MDMA being taken to feel the same effect
MDMA has no specific medication that is used in its treatment and the best treatment method involves cognitive behavioral interventions and support groups. Behavioral therapy is used to approach problem thinking, behavior and expectancies and give the patient better coping skills to deal with the stress involved in everyday life. Additionally, methods such as motivational incentives has had success in treating MDMA abuse by giving the patient small rewards for positive behavior such as passing MDMA drug tests. Support groups and programs can help a person to remain drug free long after their initial treatment. Recovery is possible. Call Tampa substance abuse treatment centers to start your journey. Also, you can visit your local Narcotics Anonymous (http://naflorida.org/meetings/) for vital support and to share your story.