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Written By Legacy Healing Center - Sep 25 2019
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What is angel dust made of? Angel dust is a common street name for PCP.
PCP is phencyclidine which is a drug that alters the mind leading to hallucinations in a dissociative state. Angel dust side effects can be noted through various types of hallucinogenic symptoms and will be outlined more in detail later on.
Angel dust effects on the brain are many, ultimately leading to psychological dependence and cravings. Angel dust is addictive and individuals who are struggling with an addiction to it may need not only hospitalization but behavioral treatment in order to get clean.
Continue reading to learn more about angel dust effects not only on the brain but also angel dust side effects and how you can determine if a person is possible using it.
Angel dust is often considered one of the more dangerous drugs that are abused both through addiction and recreationally. Common angel dust side effects leave individuals feeling detached and estranged from what is around them.
These can be noted as:
On top of the angel dust effects listed above, there are also symptoms that depend on the doses of PCP taken.
Depending on whether the individual is taking high doses or low to moderate doses symptoms can vary. Individuals who are taking low to moderate quantities of Angel Dust may notice:
Those who take high doses of Angel dust may notice the following effects:
What is angel dust made of? It is a central nervous system depressant that can come in three different forms: Liquid, powder, and pill.
This means that there are various ways to ingest the substance either through the veins, snorting, inhaling or crushed into a powder and mixed with other substances.
There are certain groups that are more at risk than others to abusing this specific type of drug, but that doesn’t mean that everyone else is immune.
The following groups of people are more predisposed to trying this substance:
Because this type of drug is a CNS depressant, it interacts with certain receptors in the brain changing its function. It can have similar effects such as alcohol and benzodiazepines.
These substances can lead to things such as coma or overdose and can be fatal. More often than not individuals who abuse angel dust are hospitalized due to the effects it has on the brain or because of overdoses.
PCP/ Angel dust is addictive and individuals can not only develop a psychological dependence but can also have lifelong symptoms due to use.
These symptoms can be memory loss, difficulties with speech and learning, depression and weight loss. More often than not individuals who are struggling with an addiction to PCP need to be hospitalized to receive treatment to not only protect their well-being but also any problems with abuse.
Reach out to the team at Legacy Healing Center today at 888-597-3547.