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Bath Salts Abuse & Addiction

Bath SaltsIf you're addicted to synthetic cathonines (commonly known as bath salts), or know someone who is, we can help you locate a rehab or treatment center that can help. Contact our bath salts abuse helpline today to speak with a representative, or fill out the form on this page and a counselor will respond quickly.

Bath salts are in a category of drugs known as synthetic cathinones, which are central nervous system stimulants. Drugs in this category include mephedrone, MDPV, methylone, naphyrone, methedrone and others. They are commonly sold as products not for human consumption such as "bath salts" or "plant food". Poison control calls relating to bath salts went from zero in 2009 to 302 in 210 to a staggering 2,237 in 2011.


The Dangers of Bath Salts

To young people, bath salts can appear to be safer than similar illicit drugs because of the packaging and because they are newer. Some of the packaging names of these synthetic drugs include "Ivory Wave," "Purple Wave," Vanilla Sky," "Bliss" and many others.

WebMD reports that on Sept. 7, 2011, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) invoked its "emergency scheduling authority" to control three synthetic stimulants -- mephedrone, MDPV, and methylone -- commonly called "bath salts" or "plant food". The DEA plans to make possessing and selling these chemicals, or products that contain them, illegal in the United States.The emergency action will remain in effect for at least a year, during which time the government is expected to call for permanent control of the drugs.

Bath Salts Side Effects

Side effects from bath salts can include: lack of concentration, teeth grinding, problems focusing visually, short-term memory loss, hallucinations, delusions, erratic behavior and dilated pupils. Other effects that users in internet forums have noted include changes in body temperature, increased heart rate, breathing difficulties, loss of appetite, increased sweating, discoloration of extremeties, anxiety, paranoia and depression. When snorted it can also cause nose bleeds and nose burns.

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