Why is Ecstasy bad for you or addicting?
Asked: 2018-11-12 17:40:16
Answered: 2018-11-12 21:40:43
In recent years studies have been conducted using MDMA, which is the active ingredient in Ecstasy, and scientists have seen some promising results. However, the science is no way way conclusive and treatment using MDMA is not widely available. Also important to note that the doses used in these studies are called micro-doses, meaning that the dose is so low there is no distinguishable "high" or dramatic change in well-being. Should you try to use ecstasy or MDMA on your own in any dose you will more than likely become addicted, not to mention the danger in using a street drug, you never really know what you are putting into your body. My suggestion is to visit your doctor and ask if they have any information about a scientific study or trial you could join that is exploring alternatives to anti-depressants. If that is not available to you, there is no shame or stigma in trying an anti-depressant, you deserve to live without the crippling symptoms of depression, but it is not wise to try treating it on your own without the professional advice of a medical physician. Best of luck
Answered: 2018-11-12 21:38:22