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Hallucinogenic drugs effects

Hallucinogenic drugs effects and addiction are real and it is now time to let go…

Hallucinogenic drugs effects and addiction: The human senses vulnerability

Hallucinogenic drugs effects are known for altering its users’ perception. Many affected people have reported mind-altering effects in what they see, hear, smell or touch things which they think are there but in reality, don’t exist. These effects vary according to the substance taken, the quantity taken, how often, the environment, age and whether it is taken in combination with other drugs e.g. alcohol. Some people may experience greater effects than others. One person may only have a minor experience which can be absolutely pleasurable often referred to as a ‘good trip’ whereas another person can experience a complete ‘out of body’ experience which is terrifying, to say the least, known as a ‘bad trip’.  Some of these effects only last for a short time but others can last for many hours.

According to the experts at AWAREmed health and wellness resource center, doctor Dalal Akoury MD and founder of this facility reiterates that people who experience altered perception can find themselves indulging in risky or dangerous behavior, like for example, the feeling and believing that they are able to fly. It is not unknown for someone to jump from a great height because of a psychedelic experience. This can be very dangerous and timely response is vital.

Hallucinogenic drugs effects and addiction: Are hallucinogenic drugs addictive?

They tend to be used on an irregular basis only so addiction doesn’t occur but a tolerance can build up if the drug is used on a regular basis, for example, cannabis or ecstasy. These drugs have a strong psychological effect which often involves a change in the brain’s chemistry and structure which results in independence. People also find that they experience some rather unpleasant withdrawal symptoms if they stop which results in them continuing to take these drugs.

Finally, the other side effects are many and may include anxiety and depression and an unpleasant condition called ‘flashbacks’: this is where someone sees replays of their drug experience, weeks, months or even years after they took the drug. Fundamentally these are not very good experiences and therefore, if any drug is causing you the mention side effects of hallucinogenic drugs, you must not wait until it wears you down. It will be important that you seek help from the experts. And that is why doctor Akoury created this facility (AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center to primarily help in the transformation of each individual’s life through increasing awareness about health and wellness and by empowering individuals to find their own inner healing power. Besides that doctor, Akoury’s practice focuses on personalized medicine through healthy lifestyle choices that deal with primary prevention and underlying causes instead of patching up symptoms making her the best for all your addiction treatment needs. You can reach her on telephone number 843 213 1480 at convenience for the commencement of your healing process.

Hallucinogenic drugs effects and addiction: The human senses vulnerability