Main Symptoms of Drugging
– muscle laxity
– possible vomiting
– possible seizures
– decreased body temperature
– slow breathing
– unrelated call
– slow pulse
– loss of consciousness
– sexual arousal
Dose Sizes and Effects
Smaller amount: Produces the effects of a few alcoholic drinks, relaxation and drowsiness.
Medium amount: Stronger imbalances occur, speech becomes unintelligible, raises mood.
Large amount: Euphoria occurs, but the heart gets sick.
Overdose (the border with a large amount is very delicate): Vomiting, loss of consciousness and deep sleep that can last up to 4 hours.
Poisoning: Convulsions, vomiting, convulsions. Fixed pupils. The person is no longer responsive.
If you think you or someone else has gotten drugged:
☎️ Quickly find / contact a friend you trust and get home safely.
🕐 Track your symptoms and times. This may help you later if you want to contact the police.
🚑 If symptoms worsen, call an ambulance immediately!
🧪 A urine sample must be given as soon as possible (GHB stays in the urine for the longest time, up to 12 hours) and a report must be made to the police.
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- Lepasson, Paul. “Salakaval Ja Ohtlik Korgijook: Loe, Kuidas Seda Ära Tunda Ning Kuidas End Ja Sõpru Selle Eest Kaitsta.” Delfi, September 8, 2011. https://www.delfi.ee/artikkel/72395293/salakaval-ja-ohtlik-korgijook-loe-kuidas-seda-ara-tunda-ning-kuidas-end-ja-sopru-selle-eest-kaitsta .