What Is OCD, or Obsessive Compulsive Anxiety Disorder?

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asked Dec 4, 2019 in Electron Microscopy by mathewjohn (8,820 points)

There is an increasing body of thought that  Advanced Adaptogen Complex Review suggest that the use of illegal drugs can be linked to anxiety attacks and panic attacks. Drugs and anxiety are linked for many good reasons, and when we look at what illegal substances like amphetamines, cocaine, ecstasy and cannabis can do to the mind, it seems these worries are not without cause.

Recent studies into drugs and anxiety have suggested that heavy cocaine use is a factor that can induce panic disorder-like symptoms in people. Most often, this will be noticed when someone is suffering withdrawal from that drug use. Another drugs and anxiety link is ecstasy, which can cause people to panic when they have taken large doses of the drug. The experiences that people feel when they take ecstasy are not always the same, to a large part it is directed by the mood of the person taking it. If someone is feeling depressed or angry about something, instead of making them happy, ecstasy could have the opposite effect and make them panicked, fearful and apprehensive.

 On top of that, when you buy an ecstasy tablet, you are never sure what you are buying. Ecstasy is one of the most unpredictable illegal substances available, and could contain all sorts of other substances, including LSD or ketamine, both of which are bad news for anyone suffering from obsessive or anxious problems. While there have been reports of ecstasy helping people with their obsessive problems, such as addictions to other drugs, there are far too many associated risks with this drug. It may only take one dose of ecstasy drugs and anxiety attacks will result.



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