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    Posted January 26, 2012 by
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    The drugs consist of a virtual neurological action by issuing different sounds in each ear and stimulates the brain produces feelings of euphoria, state of 'trance' or relaxation. The sessions are between 15 and 30 minutes each.The main objective of e-drugs is, precisely, transmit sensations out of the ordinary and normal to its users, but there is no consumption of so-called traditional drugs, such as marijuana, cocaine or heroin, and many less image associated with the latter.


    Normally virtual consumers of these drugs are lying in bed or in a couch with headphones in their ears, in a very comfortable and relaxing position.
    Access to these substances is conducted mainly through blogs or social networks like Facebook or Hi5, and has attracted the attention of a large number of young people all over the world. According to sources the Inter ministerial Mission for the fight against drugs and toxicology of the French Government, this is a phenomenon that is "neither alarming nor emerging" and that, has no reason to be banned in that country. In addition, experts believe that these drugs pose no danger to the health of your target audience and that they are not addictive.
    The problem is that there are still no medical studies that confirm these beliefs and that young people are the major buyers
    Although the sounds have a relaxing power, help you focus and have even been used for therapy for some diseases such as autism, there are experts in Neuro Psychology who are concerned about some of the symptoms have been reported by consumers.

    Wired Magazine Ryan Singel sais literally "Kids around the country are getting high on the internet, thanks to MP3s that induce a state of ecstasy. And it could be a gateway drug leading teens to real-world narcotics, and online dealers who can hook you up with “digital drugs” that get you high through your headphones...".

    For New Zealand tech site http://www.stuff.co.nz  the I-Drugs don't work is all about the placebo effect" ...soon enough, I forgot I was listening to anything at all. After almost half an hour of lying in the dark, I sat up, rubbed my eyes and looked around - nope... still sober. In fact, the only feeling I was experiencing was slight drowsiness from half an hour's rest on the couch.I consider myself a fairly open person and I've had my fair share of aromatherapy, Shiatsu massage and reflexology. I'm open to things like this, but i-Doses are truly ineffective".

    Researchers believe that certain frequencies stimulate the imagination or creativity, which can create hallucinations that users admit they experienced during and after sessions. Experts main problem is that there is a possibility that these drugs can cause brain dysfunction over time. However teenagers and young adults, share their experiences on social networks, as the best recommended.


    "I felt burning in my arms, which descended gradually to the toes, had the impression that my arm weighed a ton and my toe was bent. It was brilliant, "says one user that claim to have seen a turtle, a green elephant, and even Santa Claus at the foot of the bed. "


    "My heart was beating very strong and I was shaking like crazy. After the dose, I calmed down and stopped. I felt excitement and desire to do many things. Life is great, "adds another consumer. Blogs give tips on safe handling according to the blog I-Doser, consumers should've chosen a quiet, dark, place where there is no chance to disturb no one, before discharging the sounds they have acquired. Then he should sit "or a comfortable place to lie down" and use quality headphones so as not to miss any detail of the sounds. The blog also recommends that you stay with your eyes closed throughout the dose, you do not feel the strange 'buzzing' produced and listen to the whole 'virtual drug' labeled as a new form of 'meditation'.


    The difference between the so-called traditional drugs and the virtual is also in the relationship with the substance user. While an illicit drug is a compensation, is a drug-and soul-searching for an answer, which requires concentration in the pursuit of an effect. The e-drugs are an attempt to give a new face to a method of meditation and relaxation, explains Alexandre Pills, a psychologist member of the Research Center of Psychology in Computer Science from the Catholic University of Sao Paulo.

    Based on Patrícia Susano Ferreira investigation article on Destak Newspaper

    Link to try: Please go to I-Dose for Information


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