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Club Drugs (Overview)

Club drugs are illegal drugs taken for use at dance clubs, and can include ecstasy, hallucinogens, and cocaine.


Club Drugs (Overview)

Club drugs are illegal drugs taken for use at dance clubs, and can include ecstasy, hallucinogens, and cocaine.


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Is it possible to become addicted to club drugs like ecstasy?

Is it possible to become addicted to club drugs like ecstasy?

Yes absolutely: Yes, absolutely, it is highly addictive. Do not ever think about trying it and if you do use it- please stop it. ...Read more

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Is hashish a narcotic, stimulant, club drug, etc.

Is hashish a narcotic, stimulant, club drug, etc.

Hashish: Previously, all psychoactive substances were called "narcotics." this term now refers to opiates (relatives of opium) -- which hashish is not. It's a cannabis product made from unfertilized buds as well as trichomes, and is a resin from the cannabis plant. Like marijuana, it contains thc -- mostly hallucinogenic but effects like increased heart rate too. It's illegal & can induce psychosis. ...Read more

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Which drug is most dangerous? Anabolic steroids, hallucinogens, or club (designer) drugs?

Which drug is most dangerous? Anabolic steroids, hallucinogens, or club (designer) drugs?

Tough 2 decide!: What an interesting question! Hard to say, steroids cause shrunken testicles, enlarged prostate, breast development, erectile dysfunction, reduced sperm count, severe acne, high blood pressure and strokes. Hallucinogens like LSD cause psychosis, flashbacks, schizophrenia, depression. Club drugs could be a lot of things, sudden death from arrhythmia is reported with several. All are dangerous! ...Read more

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Without empty stomach I drank at a club to my body's normal amount of consumption. Surprisningly I was crying/short of breath. Is there a sign of drug?

Without empty stomach I drank at a club to my body's normal amount of consumption. Surprisningly I was crying/short of breath. Is there a sign of drug?

Could also be...: This could also have been a panic attack. It is not obvious that a drug was added to your alcohol- crying is not often caused by recreational drugs. Alcohol could cause crying. Trouble breathing does not normally occur with alcohol. How much do you drink? Do you have any symptoms of anxiety at other times? It would be a good idea to cut back on your drinking and talk with a med provider. ...Read more

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Should a little boy be allowed to go in the men’s locker room at the swim club? If so, what age?

Should a little boy be allowed to go in the men’s locker room at the swim club? If so, what age?

Maturity: Depends upon the age but basically a child young enough to raise this issue should be escorted by an adult. If the adult is female, a child below puberty can accompany mom into the ladies room. A child past puberty probably should be mature enough to go into the men's room on his own. ...Read more

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Is club soda bad for me?

Is club soda bad for me?

Not at all: Club soda is generally only carbonated water and is no worse than water, aside from the gassy side effect. There are no health ramifications and it is good for you. ...Read more

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Does club soda have caffeine in it?

Does club soda have caffeine in it?

No: In general, club soda is considered a non-caffeinated beverage, unless there are other additives. ...Read more