Ecstasy is a synthetic substance popularly referred to as “Molly” and noted for its stimulant and hallucinogenic properties. Increased energy, pleasure, emotional warmth, and skewed time and sensory perception are among notable side effects. Here is the story of a man, Mr. A, who took 40,000 ecstasy pills in nine years of time duration.
40,000 In Nine Years
He took five pills every weekend for the first two years, according to the study by Dr. Kouimtsidis. It increased to an average of three and a half pills per day for the following three years, and then to an average of 25 tablets per day for the following four years. Mr. A had to face severe memory difficulties, panic attacks, depression, functional hallucinations and muscle rigidity problems even after quitting it.
An Exceptional Case
According to the author of the study, Dr Christos Kouimtsidis, the case of Mr. A is an exceptional case. Taking 40,000 pills made him unable to move for weeks and Mr. A used to be high for months even after quitting it.