There is no “casual” MDMA use. Even the most limited use of this drug can lead to withdrawal. Call Recovery Unplugged today at 1 (800) 55-REHAB for help with your MDMA withdrawal symptoms.
Each user’s MDMA withdrawal symptoms will vary according to the scope and severity of their addiction, however some of the more common tend to include trembling, inability to concentrate, headaches, anxiety and panic attacks, heart palpitations, muscle pain and stiffness, nausea, irritability, trouble sleeping and more. Serious side effects include psychosis and hallucinations. Molly withdrawal management should be supervised by an experienced and qualified medical professional for maximum safety. If you or a loved one are experiencing these or any other symptoms related to MDMA use, seek treatment immediately. The longer MDMA abuse persists, the more serious and potentially permanent the long-term effects are likely to be.
Withdrawal symptoms begin within a few days of quitting ecstasy. Anxiety, irritability, insomnia, an inability to concentrate, paranoia and depression may present quickly and intensely. Users may also lose their appetite and feel physically and mentally tired. Most withdrawal symptoms last about a week and will lessen in severity toward the end of that time. Depression, cravings and problems with sleeping, concentration and memory may persist. Over the next few weeks, depression can be severe as the user’s brain chemistry continues to readjust. The user may still struggle with cravings, insomnia, and concentration and memory problems. These symptoms will eventually fade, but it can take weeks or even months for some users to be completely free of the effects of withdrawal.
One of the more dangerous elements of MDMA withdrawal is its lack of predictability. Ingredients and potency varies greatly from batch to batch. Each time a user takes a batch of molly, they’re putting themselves at risk for a variety of dangerous and unpredictable health effects. Multiple users have succumbed to near-fatal overdose because they weren’t aware that their MDMA was laced with other harmful substances. This is why it’s critically important to seek professional medical treatment for MDMA withdrawal from an experienced and qualified professional. This is legitimate medical concern that should be treated in a safe and supportive environment.