Hallucinogenic drugs are known to significantly distort one’s view of reality. There is an extremely wide variety of hallucinogens that are available – such as LSD and Peyote, among several others.
There are many potential side effects, both short and long term – a few examples are outlined below.
- tingling feelings, tremors or convulsions
- extreme mood swings
- sweating or chills
- harm to self or others
- severe depression
- Lack of coordination
- Becoming secretive and/or defensive
- Poor judgement
- Risk taking behavior and acting out
- Floating or dilated pupils
- crash of energy and acting lethargic
If your loved one is addicted to hallucinogenics, they may experience delusions that the drug is an absolute necessity.
The best way to save yourself or a loved one, is to seek treatment.
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