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What is MDMA?
MDMA is a drug that produces feelings of euphoria and empathy along with energizing effects similar to amphetamine. It is commonly sold either in pill form (known as ecstasy) or as MDMA crystals.
What are the different forms of MDMA?
MDMA is often taken in pill form (‘ecstasy’ pills). In the last decade, however, there has been a shift towards MDMA being sold as a powder, which often looks like crushed up, off-white, brownish or yellowish crystals. MDMA powder can be swallowed, dissolved into a drink or snorted. Pills or powders sold as ‘ecstasy’ or MDMA cannot be relied on to contain any MDMA. Often pills or powders have other drugs and fillers mixed in, such as the drug PMA. This can make things much riskier. The designs on ecstasy pills are not a good guide to their safety and reliability as pills with a ‘good reputation’ can have their designs copied.
How do MDMA work as a drug in the body and the brain?
MDMA is a stimulant (it is structurally similar to amphetamine) that can give feelings of energy and exhilaration. Unlike typical stimulants though, it also produces distinct social and emotional effects and alters perception. Because of this, some scientists have proposed that it should be classed as an ‘entactogen‘. Compared to other stimulants, MDMA is particularly powerful in releasing a brain chemical called serotonin. This seems to affect many systems in the brain, usually boosting mood, and sometimes producing slightly psychedelic (‘trippy’) changes in perception. MDMA also has the effect of increasing levels of the hormones oxytocin and vasopressin, which may be involved in making users feel emotionally connected. All these enjoyable effects of MDMA are potential sources of risk too. The effects of excess serotonin or vasopressin or too much stimulation are among the reasons that MDMA occasionally causes harm and death.
What are the effects of MDMA?
How soon the effects of MDMA are felt depends on the method in which it is taken. Swallowing an ‘ecstasy’ pill or MDMA ‘bomb’ (MDMA powder wrapped in a cigarette paper) may result in a time lag of 20 minutes to an hour before the effects really kick in. Effects peak around 2 hours after a pill is swallowed. If a pill is in fact most or all another drug like PMMA (which can cause fatalities in moderate to large doses), effects may take longer to come on, so taking more to boost the effects without waiting is risky. Snorting MDMA crystal/powder allows for much quicker absorption into the bloodstream and so the effects are felt much sooner but do not last as long.
The effects of MDMA when swallowed last several hours. Although everyone reacts differently, the typical effects reported following a dose of MDMA can be described as follows:
- Increased energy, alertness and wakefulness.
- Higher body temperature, heart rate and blood pressure (especially when dancing)
- Lower aggression and anxiety (though anxiety can sometimes increase in some people).
- Lifted mood or euphoria.
- Increased empathy and a sense of intimacy with others.
- Perceptual changes: a heightened sense of color; blurred vision.
- Muscle clenching, especially the jaw.
What happens if you take high doses of MDMA?
Anecdotally, it seems that taking very high doses of MDMA may only increase the energizing speed like effects of MDMA, not the euphoric or emotional effects. Unpleasant effects, like anxiety, feeling unbearably hot, over-stimulated, confused or anxious are more likely the more you take.
Very rarely, heart attacks, strokes, and other medical emergencies can be brought on by MDMA, especially in people with pre-existing health problems, or who take it in big amounts and mix it with other drugs.
How do you feel when you take MDMA?
MDMA makes people feel thirsty and users can get dangerously hot if dancing non-stop. Some users have collapsed and even died from overheating and dehydration. In attempting to counter these problems a few people have also died from drinking too much water. MDMA affects the body’s ability to urinate out excess water, so too much water can cause the blood to become overly diluted, which can cause death (hyponatremia). A much more common downside to MDMA is that its effects can be overwhelming, which can cause some people to become panicky.
Following MDMA use, there can be a comedown period which may last several days. In this period users may experience the following:
Harm Reduction Effects of MDMA
How much are you taking?
Higher doses are more likely to cause immediate or lasting harm, as well as unpleasant after-effects. Higher doses are also more likely to cause unpleasantly overwhelming experiences especially in people using the drug for the first time. Some people may feel the effects of MDMA more strongly than others or simply dislike the effects of the drug. If you do decide to take a pill or some powder you should always first take a smaller dose then wait at least two hours before deciding if you really want to take more. If you don’t wait, you could end up taking a very high dose. You should note that some pills may be strong enough for one to be too much, so some people take part in a pill.