Originally Posted by Saucemaster
Yeah, my fiancee is getting her PhD in Clinical Psychology, and after a few neurology classes where they discussed the long-term, sometimes permanent effects of doing X even just *once* (basically it usually results in clinical depression for decades--it seriously fucks with seratonin uptake or something), she's decided that she's glad she stuck to acid (!) when she was in high school. When a neuro class tells you it's better to drop acid than hit X, you know it's bad.
A friend of mine (ok, several but a particular one I spoke to) has done a lot of coke, and he said that he has "˜no serotonin left'. What is he talking about? Does coke do the same thing as X to your serotonin level?