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COGNITIVE & EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND GHB

Added: Friday, March 11th 2016 at 7:22pm by yeduxepo
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GHB is a chemical commonly found in and around the dancing and party world. It is recognized as a ‘date rape’ drug, and you might not detect if GHB is dropped into your drink at a party. The primary danger with GHB is from an over dose, which might kill you.

GHB is a bitter or slightly salty flavored liquid that is without odor or has a minor odor, but could also come to be discovered in powder or tablet form. GHB ordinarily does not possess any coloring, but could possibly be colored vibrant blue. It is commonly taken by mouth, but can be administered by needle.

GHB is also recognized as fantasy, GBH (grievous bodily harm), G, blue nitro and liquid ecstasy. GHB is an acronym of the chemical name gamma-hydroxybutyric acid.

 

GHB influences

GHB is a depressant substance, which indicates it decreases the communications to and from the brain/nervous system. It was initially created as a general anaesthetic, and makes people that use it fatigued.

The initial impacts of GHB are comparable to alcohol intoxication, such as diminished inhibitions and slurred and thick language. Consumers can get out of equilibrium, have difficulties with recollection, feel sick and throw up.

 

GHB is known as a date rape chemical since it is very easily secreted in cocktails (spiking).

The risk of overdosing on GHB is terribly high, particularly if it’s combined with other types of sedative drugs like alcohol.

Cognitive/emotional health problems

GHB overdoses can result in sensory hallucinations, forgetfulness and loss of consciousness.

Very little is understood about its longer term impacts, but habitual consume could generate addiction and building up a tolerance.

Giving up GHB

Symptoms of withdrawal end in around 12 hours after the final dose, and often continue for 2-3 weeks. They involve:

suffering confusion and stress, stressed and paranoid feeling depressed trouble falling asleep muscle tissue cramps and shaking hallucinations heightened cardiovascular rate.

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