Mdma

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Science

 

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Lawrence G

 

Date added:

February 28, 2011

 

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University

 

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A

 

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The recovery of serotonin in the brain remains unclear. The memory loss of heavy users of MDMA are long lasting, and also causes a decrease in the number of serotonin receptors by reversing the serotonin transporter in which case serotonin is pumped out of the cell. Once the serotonin is gone the transporter begins to release dopamine, norepinephrine, and oxytocin...
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Oxytocin is a hormone that usually follows the event of an orgasm or childbirth. This releasing of chemicals has been shown to be toxic to serotonin cells itself. Studies show that long term use of MDMA leads to irreversible damage to the brain. It is said MDMA drains spinal fluid and causes holes in the brain, however, there are many flaws in this clarification such as a picture taken of the brain that was misinterpreted...
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