Brolamfetamine: the “drug of fear”

The presentation, aesthetics or appearance of a product, a person, an object (among others), obviously causes an impression and an effect on the perception of each individual. Those who are engaged in marketing know this very well, which is not excluded from the drug market.

Especially, brolamphetamine it is a substance manufactured to be consumed orally in different formats: capsules, tablets and “sugar gummies” mainly. This way of incorporating the substance into the body is one of the most familiar to anyone because throughout life we ​​have eaten a candy, taken a medicine for therapeutic purposes or simply been fed, so the presentation yes it influences a greater probability that the substance will be experienced at the first opportunity; however, not in the persistence of use and possible addiction.

There are more and more factors that must be combined to constitute problematic substance use and/or addiction, which we will be able to review in a future article, distinguishing the related elements and concepts.

    What is brolamphetamine and what effects does it produce?

    Amphetamines, psychoactive substances used both in medical and recreational contexts and characterized by their action as adrenergic agonists, producing a neural effect similar to that of adrenalinea neurotransmitter naturally produced by the body, produce a state of cerebral activation.

    Abuse of this type of substance may cause psychotic flare-ups, hallucinations, heart rhythm disturbances, increased blood pressureincreased ability to concentrate during its effect, insomnia, increased mood, greater ease of socialization, including anorexic effects and with its frequent use can produce the perception of being “with less energy” during of everyday life, requiring the substance to be incorporated to give the feeling of “energy” (one of the factors that contributes to addiction).

    As for the psychological effects, we distinguish: addiction, problematic consumption, irritability, the perception of discomfort with oneself, lack of concentration, among others, tend to occur in the medium and long term, so that a habitual intake of the substance has probably occurred.

    However, it should be noted that the psychological effects recently described are not the only ones to occur. If all the biological and psychological effects of drug use were “negative”, then they would not be a constant on a social level and throughout human history.

    It is not common to mention the fact that the consumption of drugs, amphetamines in this case, does not only have negative consequences. What do I mean by this: that for many people they feel energized, euphoric, uninhibited, confident… of course, this can be “positive” in terms of self-perception .

    However, it must be considered that the risks lie in consequences such as: ceasing to feel pleasure except through the use of the substance, withdrawal syndrome during the suspension of the incorporation of the latter in the organism in chronic users, violent behavior, hallucinations, paranoia, impaired verbal learning, decreased motor speedstructural and functional changes in areas of the brain, alteration of brain structures related to decision-making, decreased mental flexibility, thinning of the body and skin wounds, among others.

    It should be mentioned that brolamfetamine, a synthetic and psychotropic substance, has no known therapeutic use and its chemical alteration makes it highly toxic and addictive, which can lead to death.

      Does it cause permanent problems?

      The effect of panic attacks or paranoia, that’s why it’s called “the fear drug”… Can they be a permanent consequence after the effect of the drug wears off?

      The panic attack following intoxication by the use of brolamfetamine should disappear with the suspension of the incorporation of the substance into the body. However, there are effects produced by the use of synthetic drugs, which can become chronic with the habitual use of these. In the case of a panic attack, it can eventually appear as a new form of response to certain experiences, that is to say that our body integrates a new way of manifesting itself, which can be applied in certain contexts.

      How does it affect the brain?

      Neuroimaging studies have improved the neural functioning of certain regions of the brain associated with motor skills, memory and verbal language, after suspending use of the substance for the next 14 monthsperiod during which neuronal damage persists and certain brain functions show that they have not recovered.

      Compared to this, the consumption of brolamphetamine increases the possibility of having a strokepotentially causing irreversible damage.

      Finally, the psychotic symptoms produced by the consumption and chronic abuse of the substance, can persist for months or even years after stopping the consumption of methamphetamine, studies currently exist which reveal that in the event of stress, it is possible that these symptoms reappear.

        Is there a general pattern linked to a greater propensity for amphetamine addiction?

        There are no people with “profiles” of addiction, dependence or problematic consumption. But today the consumption of stimulants and/or hallucinogens it is generally associated with a predominantly young age group for the context of consumption and with medium to high purchasing power due to the cost of the substance.

        Ahora well… At what stage of the human being is it most possible to eliminate the presence of the drug in the nervous system?

        Generally speaking, if I had to give only one answer to this question, it would be: “the sooner or earlier consumption is suspended, the better“. The above is due to the fact that the metabolism of a young person works with greater efficiency, knowing that over time an “older” person, who could present a prolonged period of incorporation of a substance in his body, will find it more difficult to abstain from consumption and to redeem its biological and psychological effects.

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