Alcohol and ghb effects

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Alcohol and ghb effects

GHB gamma hydroxybutyrate is a depressant. It's usually available as a clear liquid. It is known as a deer drug because it is made usually in home basement labs for the purposes of getting high. Like Ecstasy, GHB is popular with club-goers and those who go to "rave" parties, including teens and young adults. When mixed with alcohol, it has a depressant effect that can cause someone to black out. This is why GHB is often called the date rape drug. GHB causes both a euphoric high intense rush of happy feelings and hallucinations.

GHB has caused many young people to need emergency medical care. Because the liquid is odorless and colorless, it's sometimes slipped unknowingly into a person's drink. Side effects Alcohol and ghb effects GHB use include drowsiness, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and vision changes. People who take GHB may become unconscious pass outstop breathing, and go into a coma.

Alcohol and ghb effects

GHB use can kill. Because both GHB and alcohol are depressants, mixing the two is very, very dangerous and can be deadly — even if someone has only taken low doses of the drug. Because of its serious effects, GHB has led to emergency medical care for many young people and has killed more users than the drug Ecstasy.

Alcohol and ghb effects

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Alcohol and ghb effects

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GHB and Ethanol Effects and Interactions in Humans