You've probably heard more about MDMA than you realize because the drug goes by multiple names. Once called ecstasy among teens and young adults, MDMA is now called Molly on the streets. Despite the new name, MDMA is the same old drug it has been since the Victorian Era, over 100 years ago. So what is MDMA and what problems does it cause?\r\nWhat is MDMA?\r\nWhat is MDMA? In short, MDMA is a popular rave, nightclub and music festival drug that alters your mood and perception. Also called Molly or ecstasy, MDMA helps people feel loose, connected to other people and energized.\r\n\r\nIn relation to its chemical makeup, what is MDMA? MDMA is a chemical compound known as 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine. It is a Schedule 1 drug that rarely shows up on the streets in the same form twice. This means you never know what drugs are in Molly, or in your body after using it. Police report Molly containing ketamine, MDA, PCP, cocaine, meth, ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, caffeine, bath salts and over-the-counter medications.\r\nSide Effects of MDMA or Molly\r\nMDMA seems like a good time when you use it. But this drug comes with many negative effects and risks. Short-term effects of using MDMA include teeth clenching, muscle cramps, chills, sweating, tremors, blurry vision, hallucinations, and anxiety. More serious side effects of short-term use include severe dehydration, high blood pressure, high body temperature, fast breathing rate and elevated heart rate.\r\n\r\nLong-term side effects of MDMA include sleep problems, intense anxiety, paranoia, memory problems, cognitive problems, confusion and even death. It is rare for one dose of MDMA to kill someone, but it happens. The side effects of MDMA cause high body temperature, potential organ failure, heatstroke and severe dehydration.\r\n\r\nWithdrawal side effects of Molly are mostly psychological. These drug withdrawal symptoms of MDMA include:\r\n\r\n \tFatigue, depression, anxiety, and irritability\r\n \tAttention, mood, memory, sleep and sexual problems\r\n \tLoss of appetite, paranoia, poor motor control, mental confusion and panic attacks\r\n \tDepersonalization, irritability, and psychosis\r\n \tHallucinations and delusions\r\n\r\nMDMA Treatment in Jacksonville, Florida\r\nBeaches Recovery in Jacksonville, Florida provides a full continuum of care for MDMA drug addiction. This care includes a variety of programs designed to fit your individual recovery needs. Programs at Beaches Recovery include:\r\n\r\n \tAlcohol and drug detox\r\n \tMen's and women's drug addiction rehab\r\n \tExecutive drug detox center\r\n \tFirst responder alcohol\u00a0treatment center\r\n \tStudent addiction treatment\r\n \tOutpatient care\r\n \tTransitional living\r\n\r\nBeaches Recovery is Joint Commission accredited, providing top quality dual diagnosis treatment and rehab in partnership with top insurance companies. If you or someone you love suffer addiction to Molly\/MDMA, call Beaches Recovery now at <a href='tel:8666050532'>866.605.0532</a> for information about quitting drugs for good.