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Club Drugs Hallucinogens
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nothing good.: Drugs can cause hallucinations by different mechanisms so the interaction with the antipsychotic could vary. It would also depend on why one was on the antipsychotic. They are commonly prescribed for bipolar disorder and as an augmentation for the treatment of depression, in addition to schizophrenia. Generally they cause an increase in the symptoms we are trying to treat and confuse treatment! ...Read more
Is alcohol a stimulant that affects judgement drug that affects judgement hallucinogen that affects judgem?
It's a depressant: The first thing alcohol depresses are our frontal lobes, where our inhibitions live, so initially and in low doses alcohol "disinhibits" making people more likely to socialize, dance or whatever. However, in higher doses its effects are depressant, making people sleepy and ultimately can cause coma and death. It is neither a stimulant nor a hallucinogen in most people. ...Read more
Previous hallucinogen drug abuse has given me anxiety. I have delusions of demons and I can picture out evil faces almost anywhere I look. Just looking for some tips, Xanax (alprazolam) helps me but pref no drugs.
Unfortunately: The best treatment may be a medication for persisting effects from hallucinogenic damage. Other relaxation strategies may be helpful as would guided meditation to learn to control the thought processes for longer periods of time and increase a sense of connection to reality. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How to grow hair back my friend used to experiment with drugs 2 years ago. She took a hallucinogen and thought bugs were crawling on her. I went to her house and found her sleeping when she woke up she was pale, and had this gooey puss on her forehead i t
No clue: She needs to see a dermatologist, who may want to refer her to one who does hair restoration. I do not know what caused this problem. I have seen hundreds of people who used hallucinogens, none of whom developed a pustule on their forehead and then lost hair, so I do not know what caused it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
They can: What hallucinogens can due is unmask the potential for other psychiatric disorders, they could trigger them and cause them to be expressed. A person with a risk for panic attacks lets say as an example. The use of a hallucinogen could cause a panic attack, then once triggered a person may experience more attacks in the future after the hallucinogen is long gone. ...Read more