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The Effects of Ephedrine

What Are the Effects of Ephedrine?

What Are the Effects of Ephedrine?

Many who abuse ephedrine recreationally do so because they falsely assume the stimulant drug is safe, because it is naturally derived from an herb (as many medications are). Ephedrine is in the class of stimulants similar to methamphetamine and adderall; as a result, the potential for addiction to the substance is high for both physical and mental addictions. The substance is only prescribed to some patients in certain circumstances, but is otherwise illegal. Using the substance without a prescription will incur serious legal consequences, and will also affect the professional, personal, and financial aspects of your life.

Akin to many addictive substances ephedrine has long term permanent health and psychological effects without ephedrine addiction treatment. Ephedrine is capable of causing overdose and toxicity, in addition to merciless withdrawal symptoms. The substance is just as dangerous as any other scheduled addictive substance. Abstaining from use is critical to avoid the following detriments of ephedrine use.

 

How Ephedrine Effects Your Personal Life

How Ephedrine Effects Your Personal Life

Prolonged use of ephedrine will cause a peculiar shift in behavior, which loved ones and family members may have a difficult time adjusting to. In addition to their adverse reactions to manic mood swings resulting from use, ephedrine actually causes acute anxiety and paranoia in those not prescribed the medication.

Eventually when physical or psychological dependence is established, those abusing ephedrine will begin forgoing their personal relationships in an attempt to secure more ephedrine and take the substance. Families and loved ones who may notice a problem, but may not familiar with the symptoms of ephedrine addiction, thus prolonging the treatment process.

Eventually addiction will push your family and loved ones away and may cause rifts too large to address without professional intervention and family therapy.

 

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Ephedrine in the Work Place

Ephedrine in the Work Place

 

Many professionals and students abuse ephedrine, much like adderall, in an attempt to augment their performance. Eventually ephedrine will cause insomnia, anxiety, and paranoia- all conditions directly impeding work and school performance. Because the stimulant drug is addictive, trouble with the law may directly impede work attendance and can jeopardize corporation headquarters, should the substance be housed there.

Eventually with continued use ephedrine’s effects no longer give the desired work boost initially bestowed to users- forcing working professionals and students to take more and more of the substance- making overdose and toxicity from ephedrine more likely.

 

Recovering from Ephedrine

 

Recovering from ephedrine abuse and addiction is necessary to prevent the permanent physical and mental damage the drug is capable of causing. Getting ephedrine addiction treatment and undergoing the initial ephedrine detox and withdrawal program is essential to begin breaking addiction to ephedrine. Treatment is typically fast and efficient with medically assisted drug treatment and helps those suffering from addiction identify the hidden causes of the disease and rectify the pitfalls of abuse over the course of recovery, as to prevent future relapse and set goals for the future.

 

Short Terms Effects of Ephedrine Abuse

 

  • Insomnia
  • Increased Heart Rate
  • Vertigo
  • ConvulsionsShort Terms Effects of Ephedrine Abuse
  • Heart Palpitations
  • Painful Urination
  • Mood Swings

 

Long Term Effects of Ephedrine Addiction

 

  • Damage to Essential Neurotransmitters
  • Schizophrenia
  • Malnutrition
  • Tachycardia
  • Chronic Depression

 

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