Long-lasting confusion, depression, problems with attention, memory, and sleep; increased anxiety, impulsiveness; less interest in sex. A powerfully addictive stimulant drug made from the leaves of the coca plant native to South America. In Combination with Alcohol Severe sedation, unconsciousness, and slowed heart rate and breathing, which can lead to death. Opioids can cause euphoria and are often used nonmedically, leading to overdose deaths. People who use MDMA typically take it as a capsule or tablet. Kidney damage or failure; liver damage; high blood pressure, enlarged heart, or changes in cholesterol leading to increased risk of stroke or heart attack, even in young people; aggression; extreme mood swings; anger "roid rage" ; extreme irritability; delusions; impaired judgment.
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Substance Abuse in the Military. Street Names Commercial Names Common Forms Common Ways Taken DEA Schedule Bloom, Cloud Nine, Cosmic Blast, Flakka, Ivory Wave, Lunar Wave, Scarface, Vanilla Sky, White Lightning No commercial uses for ingested "bath salts" White or brown crystalline powder sold in small plastic or foil packages labeled "not for human consumption" and sometimes sold as jewelry cleaner; tablet, capsule, liquid Swallowed, snorted, injected I Some formulations have been banned by the DEA Possible Health Effects Short-term Increased heart rate and blood pressure; euphoria; increased sociability and sex drive; paranoia, agitation, and hallucinations; violent behavior; sweating; nausea, vomiting; insomnia; irritability; dizziness; depression; panic attacks; reduced motor control; cloudy thinking. The study suggests that "risk management" should be redirected to legal alcohol and tobacco rather than mostly illegal marijuana. The use of commasand the connective "and" indicates that the term refers to the use of the specified drugs in combination. Collapsed veins; abscesses swollen tissue with pus ; infection of the lining and valves in the heart; constipation and stomach cramps; liver or kidney disease; pneumonia. Some people seeking treatment for MDMA addiction have found behavioral therapy to be helpful. Long-term Heart problems, psychosis, anger, paranoia.