Club drugs, also called rave drugs, are a loosely defined category of recreational drugs which are associated with discothèques in the 1970s and dance clubs, parties, and raves in the 1980s to the 2000s. Increased heart rate, a steep increase in body temperature, increase in blood pressure, spasms and dehydration are all common side effects of MDMA and Methamphetamine. Other Club drugs have hallucinogenic effects and sedative effects. Drugs like LSD, Ketamine, GHB and Rohypnol demonstrate this. Breathing and respiratory issues, drowsiness, nausea and confusion are common side effects of said drugs. All Club drugs have some common effects. They often make the user anxious, stressed and panicked. They can lose memory and hallucinate. The shift in behaviour is dramatic and they can to lose control.

With the increase of club culture, the use of Club drugs has enhanced too. Our sessions offer rehabilitation of those affected by Club drugs.

Work with Poppy:

We recognise that each individual’s situation is different, which is why we ensure that everyone has a unique consulting plan tailored to their needs. The work can involve:

  • Identifying what has been and is going on in your environment that may be contributing to the issues you’re facing.
  • Assessing how this behaviour serves you on a deeper level i.e. all behaviours ultimately have a benefit or we wouldn’t use them.
  • Understanding the costs and consequences of behaviour, the effect on relationships and potential opportunities lost.
  • Discussing the cycle of thoughts, emotions and behaviours.
  • Identifying inner conflicts that sabotage progression and wellness.
  • Learning about emotional suppression and the psychology of emotion.
  • Developing open, authentic relating so that any disturbing behaviour is no longer needed as a strategy for coping.
  • Discovering and then mastering the methods for building and maintaining a healthy, happy, progressive and successful future.