How Long Does Molly Last
What is Molly?
Molly also known as MDMA is often called “the love pill” because of its ability to heighten perceptions of color, and sound and supposedly amplify sensations when one touches or caresses an individual mostly during sex. Molly’s drug is a pill containing 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (MDMA), a synthetic molecule that alters mood and perception. It achieves this by increasing the activity of three brain chemicals in the following ways:
- Dopamine— when molly alters the activity of dopamine it causes a surge in euphoria and increased energy/activity.
- Norepinephrine— the effect of molly on Norepinephrine causes an increase in heart rate and blood pressure, which is highly risky for people with heart and blood vessel conditions.
- Serotonin—the impact of molly on this chemical is manifested in mood, appetite, sleep, sexual arousal, and trust. The release of large amounts of serotonin often causes the emotional closeness, elevated mood, and empathy felt by those who use molly.
This explains why Molly is emotionally damaging and why users often suffer depression, confusion, severe anxiety, and paranoia. Also, See Molly Percocet – Uses, Health Risks, Side Effects
What is Molly High
Molly high is the recreational use of molly drug to induce an altered state of pleasure, by modifying the perceptions, feelings, and emotions of the user. When a psychoactive drug such as Molly enters the human body, it induces an intoxicating effect. Molly’s trip is highly overrated when compared to the accompanying health risk and consequences. Addictive substance abuse has killed more people than every American war combined, and more than 10 times over. According to the journal of Drug and Alcohol Dependence molly abuse can lead to dependence, just to a lesser extent than many other drugs. Before dependence often comes tolerance, which often occurs when a person’s body gets used to certain levels of a drug such as a molly. When this occurs, the body of the individual may need to take more and more molly to keep feeling any of its desired effects. Increasing the dosage can raise the rate of dependence and heighten the odds of addiction, or compulsive drug use. See: Purple Molly
How Long Does Molly High Last?
Molly is a party drug that has been long associated with partying for extended periods of time. People with high molly have a pseudo-stamina and mental clarity to party for a long duration of time without any breaks. A noticeable effect of Molly sets in about 20-45 minutes after taking the drug, however, in some cases it may take an hour or more. When a person is high on Molly their need for food, water, and sleep becomes diminished while feelings of euphoria, well-being, and sensual arousal become elevated. The major effects of Molly last around 3 hours, while the minor effects last around 7 hours. Also see: How long does Ecstacy high last
How Long Does Molly Last In your System
Available evidence suggests that Molly taken orally reaches its maximal blood concentration in about two hours. As Molly is metabolized, it is secreted into the urine and can be present for up to two days in the human body. As a teratogenic substance, the presence of this drug in the body poses a great risk to health and overall wellbeing.
Molly Addiction and Rehab
Globally millions of lives and families have been damaged due to drug abuse and addiction. In the US, there are an estimated 3.6 million people who are addicted to some form of drug, whether for recreation or by prescription. A New York University public health researcher Joseph J. Palamar, who has investigated the impact of Molly on sex asserts that it could leave you vulnerable if you get into an unsafe situation. The drug significantly increases the risk of engaging in risky behavior, thus exposing the user to sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV /AIDS, Genital herpes, Syphilis, Trich, and many other forms of VD CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD How to Overcome Addiction PDF
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