What is MDMA?

Mdma

Unfortunately, new drugs are always hitting the streets and new names for drugs are always being composed as a way to hide what it is or just as part of the evolution of language over time. As more and more drugs hit the streets and are abused, it is important that we as a society and as professionals learn more about them. Knowledge is vital in avoiding addiction and helping others overcome it. So, what is MDMA? MDMA is the acronym for 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine – which is a mood and perception altering synthetic drug.

Other more common names for MDMA are Ecstasy or Molly. While MDMA is highly dangerous on its own, it is also known for commonly being taken in combination with other drugs and/or alcohol which only intensifies the effects and could result in various other effects. But when someone is abusing drugs such as these, the negative effects are likely the last thing on their mind. Rather you or a loved one are struggling with an addiction to MDMA or any of the other drugs or substances that can become addictive, we are here to help you. Call our Valiant Recovery team and let us help you make a difference in your life.

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