Ecstasy is a drug that is classified as a stimulant, a hallucinogen and a depressant. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that over 760,000 people have tried ecstasy. The drug is also known as MDMA.

For the many that are addicted to Ecstasy, it can seem like a trap one cannot get out of. Because of the properties of the drug coming off of it can produce severe withdrawal effects which include major depression, anxiety, paranoia and even suicidal thoughts.

Once a person becomes addicted to Ecstasy it is difficult to stop using, but with treatment one can fully recover.

If you think that you or someone you love is struggled with Ecstasy abuse get educated on the history, information and warning signs of the drug. Help is available.