Ecstasy is a central nervous system stimulant. It speeds up the processes of the central nervous system. Primarily, it affects the brain which is the control centre for all our thoughts, actions, and sensations.
An ecstasy user will not sense hunger or fatigue.
When the ecstasy high wears off the user will become severely depressed and very tired.
Risks Ecstasy Users Take:
As with most drug use, there is a certain amount of risk the user takes; the same can be said for ecstasy use.
Here are some of the risks ecstasy users take:
An ecstasy “high” last between 4-7 hours. When the ecstasy user “crashes” he/she will become severely depressed and tired. As ecstasy effects the brain, coordination, and vision are impaired making it impossible to drive a motor vehicle.
The short term effects take between 20 minutes to one our to appear after swallowing the pill or capsule.
Initial effects include: