According to a recent report, these days a large number of ecstasy drugs and synthetic drugs are being used by recreational drug users. Researchers have found a drastic increase in the availability of ecstasy in Europe, the US and South East Asia.
Upon surveying a group of people all over the nation, the research carried out by the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) at the University of New South Wales found that in comparison to 2011, there are 5% more people who are going for ecstasy and psychostimulant drugs this year.
Yes, this percentage has increased from 27% to 32%. When asked users about this, the one common answer that the report recorded was about the quality. Users reported that the purity of the substance has increased, and this is the reason why they have made these drugs as their preferred choice.
As told by chief investigator Dr Lucy Burns to AAP, "Over the past couple of years ecstasy has been declining as a drug of choice for people in the recreational drug market". But this is for the first time in last so many years that it has taken a slight kick back up in terms of usage.
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