sábado, 7 de enero de 2017

Millennials y drogas...



Is it MDMA?
or marijuana?

Actually, MDMA and marijuana come second to antidepressants and anxiety medications. 

“Antidepressants were prescribed to millennials, with nearly 4% of 12-to 17-year-olds and more than 6% of 18- to 39-year-olds taking them. In recent years, 19-to-25-year-olds have increased their use of medicines per-person more than seniors, with the jump attributed to prescriptions for ADHD meds and antidepressants. 
In 2011, prescriptions declined for every age group except the 19-to 25-year-olds, who used 2% more.” 

The question here is: are we supposed to believe that people are just getting sicker? Or could it be that we are all just being told that we are sicker? 
Our parents may have over-medicated us, but prescription drugs are used by many. It may have started when the FDA allowed pharmaceutical industries to broadcast commercials on TV. Who knows? 

However, MDMA may be the one drug that makes it distinctive of this generation. 

A quote from the article describing what MDMA is: 

“MDMA is the chemical in ecstasy pills, although these days the drug is commonly seen in a pure powder form known as “molly”, and either taken in capsules, eaten, snorted or parachuted (swallowed inside of a folded tissue). 
The chemical induces a release of serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine, which makes users energetic, empathetic, and euphoric.” 

A reason why MDMA is our drug of choice is because the music we listen to. “Similarly, today’s electronic music DJs curate the best of popular songs and pair them with original melodies and beats in a sequence that enhances the up and down, or “rolling”, feeling that molly produces.” 


Also, let’s not forget the marijuana legalization is closer to us...(Más)

Ver:
 FDA: Trump apuesta por Jim O’Neill (Pro-Cannabis)

 Ver Millennials en PHARMACOSERÍAS
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