Question by  oohahh (37)

What does Exstasy do to a person?


Answer by  Christian9247 (5042)

Ecstasy heightens a person's sensations. The audio, visual and physical receptors in a person are on overload. Simple sounds can become colors as simple everyday textures can become erotic and all enthralling. Everything around a person becomes heightened; all senses are on sensory overload as are their feelings from stimuli.


Answer by  painnurse (26)

It gives a person a feeling of euphoria, it affects your cerebro cortex and can actually cause you to smell things you see, and see things you are hearing, basically it messes up your senses. It is also extremely dangerous. Your body may not be able to respond to danger like it normally does, and can cause death.


Answer by  VCraig (88)

Ecstasy effects the nervous system and heightens perception leading to feelings of closeness to others, anxiety, stimulation, high blood pressure, fast heart beat, nausea, sweating, and temporary improved mood.


Answer by  Bobinski (1652)

Ecstasy is suppose to give you a feeling of excitement, energy and pleasure. The main thing with ecstasy is the quality of the drug. At clubs it is very common to buy this drug laced with PCP or some other drug. When coming down from your high on ecstasy you might experience a bit of a hangover feeling.


Answer by  DactyL (326)

Exctacy is MDMA. It floods the brain with dopamine and serotonin, which are natural brain chemicals that induce feelings of goodness and well being. Exctacy abuse can lead to the brain no longer releasing healthy amounts of serotonin. X pills commonly contain coke and/or meth.


Answer by  jessydav (550)

Ecstasy is a stimualant so it speed up a person as well as it is a hallucinant so it causes hallucinations in people.

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