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    Ecstasy Research Paper

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    the long-term effects are more damaging. Long term effects of ecstasy may include: depression, sleep disruption, irritability, paranoia, panic attacks, and permanent chemical imbalance in the brain. The transport vessels that carry serotonin in the brain will atrophy with sustained use of Ecstasy. Damage done to the production of serotonin in the brain of users can take months to recover. Not all users will regain stability in chemical balance of the brain. They may experience long-term or permanent effects. Some studies find that repeated MDMA use may lead to subtle changes in learning, memory, attention, mood, and decision making. According to NIDA “When people use Ecstasy repeatedly or long term, there may be changes in their brain chemistry that suggest that the serotonin neurons are damaged” (NIDA, 2016). More long term effects of MDMA are emotional and psychological damage, such as strong emotional reactions and extreme anxiety. Consumers may also experience sleep interruptions and insomnia, disordered thinking, delusions, and addiction. The effects and users of ecstasy are not determined by race, gender, or creed. All humans are disposed to using ecstasy and experiencing its effects. Who are susceptible of using MDMA? MDMA is commonly found among college scenes, dance clubs, raves and is now found in more social settings. Ecstasy is one of the most rapidly growing phenomena in today’s drug scene. It’s a favorite drug among young partygoers, ecstasy is now moving…

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    Meth Essay

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    Methamphetamine- History and Global Policy Amphetamine drugs are the second mostly used drugs in the world (Gunter, 2007). Amphetamine was first made in Germany in 1887 and was initially used to treat asthma and colds. In 1919, a Japanese, Nagayoshi Nagai made Methamphetamine (Meth) from ephedrine. During the first world war, to keep pilots awake in Germany, USA, Japan and Britannia, they were given methamphetamine. In the 1950s, meth was largely abused by students, athletes, and drivers as an…

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    Breaking Bad is Tv series which looks at the main character Walter white and his trek into a dark world, a secondary school Chemistry educator who works together with his previous understudy, Jesse Pinkman, to deliver and offer solidified meth. Walter`s family comprises of his significant other, Skyler, Walter junior who suffers from cerebral palsy and a new born baby holly . The other main characters are Marie who is Skyler’s sister and her husband who is a DEA officer, and Walt’s lawyer Saul…

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    Ice is also known as “Crystal methamphetamine” is a stimulant drug which comes in different forms, shapes and sizes. A stimulant drug speeds up the messages traveling throughout the body. It is a very addictive drug and is more stronger than the powder form of methamphetamine which is called speed. Ice is a man made chemical made from chemicals like battery acid, drain cleaner, lantern fuel and antifreeze. It is usually smoked or injected and causes people to be energetic. The drug was first…

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    Analysis Of El Centenario

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    Si eres pobre te humilla la gente/si eres rico te tratan muy bien/un amigo se metió a la mafia/porque pobre ya no quiso ser/ahora tiene dinero de sobra/por costales le pagan al mes (Los Tucanes de Tijuana, 2002). “El Centenario” performed by the famous Mexican regional band, Los Tucanes de Tijuana, narrates the story of a humble worker whose social position produced multiple encounters of humiliation (2002). Nevertheless, his faith changed when he joined the mafia, as he acquired fortune,…

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    Inside of your brain there are two sea monsters, one on each side. The proper name for these sea monsters are called the Hippo Campus, or Hippo Campi when referring to both. This The Hippo Campi control new memories and regulate mood. It is the first responder to new memories, and in grabbing learned memories. That’s the why you need to protect this part of your brain, because until you reach age twenty-one, it doesn’t stop growing, and the rest of your brain will finish growing and developing…

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    Walter White is the main protagonist in the television show Breaking Bad. He graduated out of California Institute of Technology as a chemist back in the mid-1980; he landed a job as a public high school teacher at J.P. Wynne High School at Albuquerque in New Mexico. When he turned fifty years old, he finds out that he was diagnosed with Stage 3A inoperable lung cancer. He realized he was dying, and started cooking crystal meth so that he can leave some money behind for his family. He became a…

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    In general, every society face a big number of troubles. There are many different problems form ocean to ocean, the problem these days are trading in illegal drugs and with illegal drugs bring crime. Drugs cause wrong decisions choose, drugs are not need making people do things that are not right, however make it so that people do not think straight. When people are not think straight they may go to make bad choices. When people make wrong choices it usually puts around them in danger …

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    Crystal Meth In Hawaii

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    “Here is the solution to the American drug problem suggested a couple years back by the wife of our President: Just say no” (Kurt Vonnegut, Bluebeard). Crystal meth users in Hawaii is not a recent problem. It started in the late 1970s, but since then, the number of people smoking “ice” has steadily increased. In 2002, more than 2,730 people sought treatment for their crystal meth addiction (“Drug Epidemic”). Social workers have predicted that if crystal meth use keeps on increasing at the…

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    Dopamine is a very common neurotransmitter that is released in your brain that controls pleasure. Methamphetamine is typically used because the consumers love the way it affects their brain. The chemical is released in excessive amounts that are extremely different compared to other drugs, or sexual activities. For example, cocaine releases 350 units, however with crystal meth, you get a release of about 1250 units of dopamine. What users don’t typically know is that using this stimulant causes…

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