Hallucinogen Abuse Help
Hallucinogen is a drug that does not exist outside but somebody can realize in mind. It may involve hearing, seeing, smelling, tasting or feeling something that isn't really there. Some hallucinogens also produce rapid, intense emotional swings. A person perceives look, sound, smell, taste, or feel differently from the way they are. Sometime the use of Hallucinogen can be proved very frightened to users. The most common effect of hallucinogen is hallucinations. Research has shown that it is resulted harmful and threatened for life, if somebody takes overdose of this. It may be cause of intense ‘bad trip’. Then it can lead to a person to organic brain damage, leading to impaired memory, reduced attention span, mental confusion, and impaired ability to deal with abstract concepts.
It leaves people affected with confusion, suspiciousness, anxiety, feelings of helplessness, and loss of control. Hallucinogens include such drugs as LSD, mescaline, psilocybin, and DMT. Some hallucinogens come from natural sources, such as mescaline from the peyote cactus.
It depends on users what they are thinking about the drug if they hope that this drug will increase their depression it does the same way and when they become pleasant, then it highlights.
Sometimes, the heavy users have become affected signs of organic brain damage, such as impaired memory and attention span, mental confusion, and difficulty with abstract thinking.