Other - Methylone and Deep Breathing

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  1. Dogears

    Dogears Newbie

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    I have tripped on methylone 4 times. Every time he trips on it he finds that the methylone induced a pattern of slow deep breathing. SWIM assumes the drug must be causing large amounts of oxygen to be used in metabolizing of sugars and fats and the body is responding by increasing oxygen intake. I do not experince this effect with any other stimulent drugs.

    Has anyone else found this to be the case with them with either methylone or any of the chemicals in the MDMA class of drugs?
     
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  2. treefingers49

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    I found the same thing, but finds the same thing when taking MDMA or even speed for that matter.
     
  3. Veritas Aequitas™

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    SWIM notices that effect when using MDMA and 2C - i
     
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    Deeep breaths feel so good don't they. Mmmmm.
     
  5. Dogears

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    Yes the deep breathing does feel good!
     
  6. psitryp

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    Yeah I get the deep breathing on methylone and 4fmp. Much more pronounced on methylone. I get the distinct feeling it is due to opening of the heart-chakra as the deep breathing has coincided with the methylone induced opening of that chakra in me. It could be that it's also because you very often feel as though all of your problems are no problems at all and that everything is as they should be and this is reflected as a relaxation of mental tension and thus deep breathing.
     
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    It could also be a pharmacological effect of these chemicals. Chemicals that act as adrenergic agonists could bind to adrenergic receptors in the bronchus (throat) and cause them to relax and thus leading to less resistance in the bronchus. I quess this could be tested out with a asthma inhalator like salbutamol (beta-adrenergic agonist). Perhaps the autonomic response to the lowered resistance is deep breathing. who knows..
     
  8. napoleon in rags

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    that happens to SWIM on XTC and a few other drugs, expecially when he's in a particularly intense wave of euphoria. He really enjoys it :)