Dating a recreational drug user
Professor David Plummer led a study by JCU and Griffith University that interviewed drug users.
"We weren't satisfied enough work had been done to explain why there was such a high level of drug use in Australia and we decided to do smaller in-depth studies to try and understand some of the drivers," he said.
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The case is the latest to feature GHB, which has become increasingly common on the clubbing scene over the past ten years, despite not attracting the same level of recognition as other substances such as cocaine and Ecstasy. Put crudely, it is a metabolite that functions as a depressant to the central nervous system, which means it functions as a relaxant.
"We have to rethink the preoccupation in anti-drug strategies with negative outcomes, as recreational users see their risks as different from those of habitual users.However, the views, interpretations and conclusions set out in this publication are those of the author and are not necessarily those of the EMCDDA or its partners, any EU Member State or any agency or institution of the European Union.You may have been warned that sometimes people secretly slip drugs into other people’s drinks to take advantage of them sexually.These drugs are called “date rape drugs.” Date rape, also known as “drug-facilitated sexual assault,” is any type of sexual activity that a person does not agree to.It may come from someone you know, someone may have just met, and/or someone thought you could trust.
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"We found recreational users viewed themselves as different from people who are habitual users.