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Definition: Club drugs are the drugs being used by young adults at dance parties, raves, clubs, and bars!!!
Common Club Drugs: ECSTASY GHB ROHYPNOL METHAMPHETAMINE
ECSTASY IS USUALLY TAKEN ORALLY AS A TABLET
EFFECTS OF ECSTASY INCREASE HEART RATE INCREASE BLOOD PRESSURE ELEVATION OF BODY TEMPERATURE
DANGERS OF ECSTASY !KIDNEY AND CARDIOVASCULAR FAILURE !CHORNIC ABUSE MAY PRODUCE LONG-LASTING NEUROTOXIC EFFECTS IN THE BRAIN !DEATH
GHB can be produced in clear liquid, white powder, tablet, and capsule forms, and it is often used in combination with alcohol, making it even more dangerous
EFFECTS OF GHB SEDATIVE EUPHORIANT CAN BUILD MUSCLES
DANGERS OF GHB !SLOWS BREATHING AND HEART RATE !OVERDOSE & POISONING CAN OCCUR QUICKLY !DEATH
ROHYPNOL IS TAKEN ORALLY IN TABLET FORM OR DISSOLVED IN BEVERAGES
EFFECTS 0F ROHYPNOL “ANTEROGRADE AMNESIA“ THE REASON WHY IT IS KNOWN AS “THE FORGET-ME PILL“ VISUAL DISTURBANCES DIZZINESS
DANGERS OF ROHYPNOL !DECREASED BLOOD PRESSURE !GASTROINTESTINAL DISTURBANCES !DATE RAPE DRUG
METHAMPHETAMINES ARE HIGHLY ADDIDICTIVE STIMULANTS THAT CAN BE SNORTED, INJECTED, SMOKED, OR TAKEN ORALLY
EFFECTS OF METH INCREASED LEVELS OF ACTIVITY EXCITED SPEECH DECREASED APPETITE
DANGERS OF METH !MEMORY LOSS !PSYCHOTIC BEHAVIOR !CARDIAC DAMAGE
BOTTOM LINE CLUB DRUGS ARE NOT AS HARMLESS AS SOME YOUNG ADULTS MAY THINK REMEMBER CLUB DRUGS CAUSE: PARANOIA AMNESIA DEATH DEATH CLUB DRUGS
Resources: NIDA Website on Club Drugs http://www.clubdrugs.org (facts source) http://www.clubdrugs.org Microsoft Clip Gallery Live ©2003 Microsoft Corporation (clip art) http://www.drugabuse.gov/pubs/teaching /teaching4/largegifs/slide12.gif (slide 6pic)http://www.drugabuse.gov/pubs/teaching /teaching4/largegifs/slide12.gif http://www.drugabuse.gov/Published_Arti cles/fundrugs.html (bottom line source)http://www.drugabuse.gov/Published_Arti cles/fundrugs.html
Designer Drugs/Club Drugs Designer drugs are synthetic, illegal drugs produced in underground labs that change the molecular structure of an existing drug.
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