Prevention and risk reduction in festive environments
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MANAGE YOUR INTAKE
The vast majority of health hazards associated with “recreational” drug use is caused by mixing drugs
BE CAUTIOUS WHILE DOING DRUGS
Reduce the risks, be cautious and make sure you don’t abuse drugs.
Drugs can have you forget to take care of you and your partners.
Your brain needs 1 to 2 months to recover from an ecstasy/ molly intake
Regular ecstasy / molly use drains the serotonin stocks. Serotonin is a molecule that regulates the mood in the brain. It increases the likelihood of depression.
Cocaine weakens the desired effects of ecstasy
If you consume them simultaneously, you may think it is low-dosed and want to have some more. There is an overdose risk which could lead to increased heart rate and body temperature (seldom lethal), dehydration, fainting and blackouts.
Sharing straws can spread hepatitis B and C and other infections
Cocaine and other drugs irritating nasal mucosa can cause hidden lesions which can spread hepatitis viruses. Do not share or trade your straw with anyone, even your friends.
Drinking and/or using drugs can have you forget to use condoms
Drugs and alcohol can have you forget to take care of you and your partners. Either way, don’t forget to use condoms and water or silicon-based lube in sufficient quantity.