Call for Immediate Assistance
(877) 340-3602


Other Drug Related Websites


Ecstasy News Headlines

(click for stories)

  • Ecstasy overdose claims another life

  • Ecstasy abuse increasing again in many areas

  • Learn the effects of ecstasy and how to treat symptoms

  • Abuse of ecstasy and similar drugs carries major risks

  • Drug rehabilitation needed to recover from ecstasy toll

  • Ecstasy abuse damages mind and body, requires treatment

  • Increase in deaths involving ecstasy show need for rehabs that work

    photo of Ecstasy courtesy of DEAEcstasy is a designer drug which is popular at "raves", extended dance parties featuring electronic music and high tech light shows. Raves are usually held in unsupervised locations such as abandoned warehouses, but can take place in nightclubs. Up to several thousand people, usually teens, attend these raves which can last two to three days. Ecstasy suppresses the need to sleep and eat to help party goers last longer; however, ravers sometime experience dehydration or exhaustion.

    No everyone who attends raves takes drugs and/or ecstasy, but many do. Most are approached by someone offering the drug and will tell potential users that ecstasy is safe, virtually harmless. They may say that ecstasy makes one calm, heightens perceptions and will make the person feel happier. And for a short while, they might.

    Ecstasy tends to break down the barriers allowing users to be braver than normal and interact with other individual. Prudent wouldn't necessarily be in one's vocabulary. Inhibitions are lost and a sense of empowerment replaced. A heightened sense of sensitivity to pleasure and feelings of intimacy result in a craving for touch.  Acts one wouldn't normally take part in are then embarked upon; and therefore regret and shame may pursue an evening of "free inhibitions."


    Ecstasy is a hallucinogen (a drug that acts on the mind to cause people to see or feel things that aren't really there). Hallucinogens are some of the most dangerous drugs. Ecstasy can cause a dangerous increase in body temperature that can make a person's heart stop working as well as damaging cells in the brain. Ecstasy users can also have problems with their memory.
    click here for the Drug Abuse Solution websiteDrug Abuse Solution
    When help is need to quit drugs or alcohol, not all rehab centers are created equal. You should get educated on the subject of chronic drug addiction in order to make an informed decision about the correct treatment option. To find out more about ecstasy rehab treatment, you can all one of our trained counselors (877) 340-3602.
    Or fill out our free online assessment and you will be contacted shortly.


    Click Newspaper for News StoriesNews Stories
    News related ecstasy stories are included on this website as an additional resource to help keep informed on the latest research & discoveries and trends regarding this popular street drug. Links to the original source can be found on each story. Ecstasy (MDMA) is one of the most popular drugs among young people today. It is estimated that more than 2.8 million teenagers have tried the drug once and may go on using it despite the known dangers of taking it.


    Street Names
    There are a number of street names for the synthetic, psychoactive drug, ecstasy. In fact, the name ecstasy itself is a street name for MDMA, methylenedioxymethamphetamine; however, there are dozens of more slang terms to be aware of. Click here for listing.
    1Schedule I Drug: g
    Office of National Drug Control Policy
    Drug Rehabs
    Alabama Montana
    Alaska Nebraska
    Arizona Nevada
    Arkansas New Hampshire
    California New Jersey
    Colorado New Mexico
    Connecticut New York
    Delaware North Carolina
    Florida North Dakota
    Georgia Ohio
    Hawaii Oklahoma
    Idaho Oregon
    Illinois Pennsylvania
    Indiana Rhode Island
    Iowa South Carolina
    Kansas South Dakota
    Kentucky Tennessee
    Louisiana Texas
    Maine Utah
    Maryland Vermont
    Massachusetts Virginia
    Michigan Washington
    Minnesota West Virginia
    Mississippi Wisconsin
    Missouri Wyoming
    District of Columbia


    Contact Us

    First Name

    Last Name (Optional):



    Type Question Here:

    Enter the code shown in the image:


    Ecstasy - Drug Rehab - Drug Rehabs
    2010 All Rights Reserved
    (877) 340-3602  Contact Webmaster: