Ecstasy: the truth about the enemy behind the mask
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Ecstasy is one of the most popular drugs among young people today. It is estimated that more than 2.8 million teenagers have tried the drug at least once and many go on to become regular users despite the known dangers of taking it.

Ecstasy is a “designer drug” usually found at raves — those extended dance parties that feature electronic music and high-tech light shows and often casual drug abuse.

Raves are often held in large, unsupervised locations such as abandoned warehouses, parks and railroad yards, but sometimes take place in more conventional settings such as nightclubs. Up to several thousand people at a time, usually teenagers, may attend and a rave can last up to two or three days. Ecstasy suppresses the need to eat and sleep, so users can endure these extended parties; however, ravers sometimes experience severe dehydration or exhaustion.

Not everyone who goes to a rave takes ecstasy, but many do. If you go to a rave, it is very likely someone will at least offer you some ecstasy. People who sell ecstasy will tell you it is harmless. They say ecstasy makes you calm, heightens your perceptions and makes you feel happier. And for a short while, you might.


But drugs provide fake happiness and in the end, you will be far worse off in every area of your life.

This website was written to give you some important facts about ecstasy, one of the most dangerous drugs on the social scene today. What you read here may not agree with what you have been told about ecstasy, but those who say good things about drugs are also usually trying to sell them to you.

Learn the truth for yourself and make up your own mind about ecstasy before you make a mistake you may live to regret.

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