Ketamine Abuse And Addiction
Addicted To Ketamine
Ketamine is a drug of the hallucinogenic category that is often used by young persons. For animals and persons, it can also work as a sedative.
Ketamine addicts show detachment from people and things around them and find it impossible to live a normal life.
The drug affects both the user's memory and their speech, a condition called cognitive impairment.
Ketamine addiction symptoms include
Without adequate help, Ketamine addiction can be hard to defeat. The chemical variations in the brain render it almost impossible to stop no matter how much one may want to end the habit.
- Enhanced usage
- Obsession with the next fix
- Spend large sums of money
- Irresponsible with important issues
- Developing resistance and requiring more
- Ignoring personal relationships
With expert help, anyone can recover from Ketamine abuse. It is much easier to start the psychological recovery process after treatment has been used to undo some of the changes to the brain chemistry.
Begin To Understand Ketamine
Ketamine which has street names of Vitamin K, Special K, Cat Valium, Kit Kat, or Dorothy is an anaesthetic abused by people for recreational purposes. It is mainly used by younger generations at the club and bar areas.
Just like Anabolic steroids and Codeine, Ketamine is a Schedule three controlled substance and is usually sold with the brand name Ketalar.
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The user keeps increasing quantities as they chase the initial high because Ketamine has a short-lived high and users quickly build a resistance.
Using Ketamine without a doctor's prescription is illegal.
Ketamine comes in three forms a pill, a liquid to inject, or an off-white powder to snort. Ketamine can cause the user to be totally helpless and has thus been used as a date rape drug, since its hard to detect due to its colourlessness and lack of scent.
Signs And Effects Of Using Ketamine
A hallucinogenic drug, Ketamine produces dissociation and an overwhelming feeling of relaxation. The abrupt high of Ketamine does not typically last for longer than 60 minutes. The "K-Hole" effect is a strong aftermath that makes consumers feel completely disconnected from the real world and is only reached by users who directly inject large doses of Ketamine.
Because Ketamine is also an anaesthetic, it produces numbness, which in turn puts the user at a greater risk of accidents after taking it.
It is not easily determined by the user to measure what amount is excessive because of its eccentric nature. Overdose is a possibility no matter the amount of substance consumed, particularly if it is mixed with another drug or alcohol. The drug can also cause the user to be completely immobile due to its tranquilizing effects. Most of the people who've died from Ketamine overdose, died as a result of respiratory failure.
Mixing Ketamine With Other Drugs
The negative effects of Ketamine can be amplified when the drug is mixed with others, a very common practice. Ketamine's liquid state can be effortlessly blended and added into liquor beverages, weed and tobacco products. It is very risky to mix Ketamine with alcoholic beverages because of its depressant effects on several systems of the body.
The body's respiratory functions and the heart rate may both be slowed down drastically if the drug is mixed with other depressants.
In its powder form, Ketamine can be used alongside other powdered drugs including MDMA (ecstasy) and put into a capsule or produced as a tablet. Ketamine and MDMA can be hazardous when mixing them together because Ketamine is a depressant and MDMA is a stimulant. Ketamine is also commonly combined with several other drugs, namely DMT, LSD, and other psychedelics.