Ecstasy Addiction Treatment Centers Hotline

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The toll free telephone number to reach an ecstasy addiction treatment center in your area is 866-653-3850. Most insurance providers cover ecstasy addiction treatment. Call the ecstasy addiction treatment center intake hotline to speak with experienced drug rehabilitation experts that can find the nearest treatment center to you. Substance abuse of MDMA, Molly or ecstasy can lead to severe health risks with prolonged use. Many college students use ecstasy as a party drug and become addicted to the euphoric high that it produces. Avoid the serious health risks of ecstasy abuse by calling the toll free telephone number above to locate a substance abuse treatment center in your specific area. Your insurance provider almost always covers rehabilitation treatment. Speak with professional ecstasy addiction counselors today and verify your personal health insurance provider for coverage. You can receive the substance abuse help you need immediately and be sober from ecstasy abuse within just weeks. Contact the ecstasy addiction treatment center intake hotline 24/7 to get help now.

When students in schools across America were surveyed for MDMA, Molly, or ecstasy abuse the numbers were alarming. According to drugabuse.gov the prevalence of MDMA use in 8th graders was roughly one in every one hundred students. This means that at least one student every three classes has used or actively uses ecstasy. However, among the 10th grade students about four in every one hundred students have taken ecstasy at least once.

Monitoring the Future Study: Trends in Prevalence of MDMA for 8th Graders, 10th Graders, and 12th Graders; 2014 (in percent)*
Drug Time Period 8th Graders 10th Graders 12th Graders
MDMA Lifetime 1.40 [3.70] 5.60
Past Year 0.90 [2.30] 3.60
Past Month 0.40 [0.80] 1.40

This data clearly depicts that MDMA, Molly, or ecstasy is readily available among public schools throughout the country. There is at least one drug user in every single class based on an average class size of about 30 students. If you suspect that a loved one is abusing ecstasy don’t be afraid to call for help. Signs of ecstasy abuse can either be subtle or very apparent. Often one who abuses ecstasy regularly will show signs of confusion, depression, abnormal sleep patterns, drug craving, irritability and nervousness. While the ecstasy user is high on the substance they will experience physical affects such as increased heart rate and blood pressure. Abuse of MDMA can also cause other physical effects including teeth clenching, blurred vision, faintness, chills, sweating, and muscle tension. Contact an ecstasy addiction treatment center near you by dialing the toll free telephone number 844-461-8218. Drug addiction treatment counselors are available to help now.

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MDMA belongs to a class of substituted amphetamines, which means street ecstasy can contain a slew of entactogens, hallucinogens, and stimulants that are similar in chemistry. Below is a list of substituted amphetamines that are much like MDMA, Ecstasy, and Molly. Each substituted amphetamine below can potentially produce similar effects, be mixed with, or be mistaken as MDMA itself:

Amphetamine
Methamphetamine
Ethylamphetamine
Propylamphetamine
Isopropylamphetamine
Phentermine
Phenylpropanolamine (PPA)
Cathine
Cathinone
Ortetamine
2-Fluoroamphetamine (2-FA)
3-Methylamphetamine (3-MA)
3-Fluoroamphetamine (3-FA)
Norfenfluramine
4-Methylamphetamine (4-MA)
para-Methoxyamphetamine (PMA)
para-Ethoxyamphetamine
4-Methylthioamphetamine (4-MTA)
Norpholedrine (α-Me-TRA)
para-Bromoamphetamine (PBA, 4-BA)
para-Chloroamphetamine (PCA, 4-CA)
para-Fluoroamphetamine (PFA, 4-FA, 4-FMP)
para-Iodoamphetamine (PIA, 4-IA)
Clobenzorex
Dimethylamphetamine
Benzphetamine
Selegiline
Mephentermine
Phenpentermine
Ephedrine
Pseudoephedrine (PSE)
Methcathinone
Ethcathinone
Clortermine
Methoxymethylamphetamine (MMA)
Fenfluramine
Dexfenfluramine
4-Methylmethamphetamine (4-MMA)
Para-methoxymethamphetamine (PMMA)
para-Methoxyethylamphetamine (PMEA)
Pholedrine
Chlorphentermine
para-Fluoromethamphetamine (PFMA, 4-FMA)
Xylopropamine
α-Methyldopamine (α-Me-DA)
Methylenedioxyamphetamine (MDA)
Dimethoxyamphetamine (DMA)
Nordefrin (α-Me-NE)
Oxilofrine
Aleph
Dimethoxybromoamphetamine (DOB)
Dimethoxychloroamphetamine (DOC)
Dimethoxyfluoroethylamphetamine (DOEF)
Dimethoxyethylamphetamine (DOET)
Dimethoxyfluoroamphetamine (DOF)
Dimethoxyiodoamphetamine (DOI)
Dimethoxymethylamphetamine (DOM)
Dimethoxynitroamphetamine (DON)
Dimethoxypropylamphetamine (DOPR)
Dimethoxytrifluoromethylamphetamine (DOTFM)
Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)
Methylenedioxyethylamphetamine (MDEA)
Methylenedioxyhydroxyamphetamine (MDOH)
2-Methyl-MDA
5-Methyl-MDA
Methoxymethylenedioxyamphetamine (MMDA)
Trimethoxyamphetamine (TMA)
Dimethylcathinone
Diethylcathinone
Bupropion
Mephedrone (4-MMC)
Methedrone (PMMC)
Brephedrone (4-BMC)
Flephedrone (4-FMC)

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