What drugs can be in Ecstasy?
There are countless different types of Ecstasy. The name "Ecstasy" refers to the drug MDMA, but most Ecstasy pills are not pure MDMA. They are usually cut with other drugs, most commonly some form of speed (amphetamines or methamphetamines), but also cocaine, ketamine (Special K), or heroin or some other opiate.
People have a built-in appreciation of using their own physical and mental capabilities, so dancing can be fun even without drugs, but ecstasy amplifies this feeling. This is not an endorsement of ecstasy, since pleasure that is derived from drugs often comes at a very high price. I would advise people to enjoy dancing without using recreational drugs.
Like other drugs which stimulate dopamine release, Ecstasy produces an intoxication - withdrawal cycle. After all, Ecstasy is methylenedioxymethamphetamine, a potent amphetamine and hallucinogen. Ecstasy rapidly can become physically addictive, although there is also a psychological component to addiction, as well.
No. They are two completely different drugs. GHB is one of the most commonly used date-rape drugs. It is a strong depressant that makes you black out for hours, and when you wake up you have no idea what you've been doing (or what has been done to you). Some people do take tiny amounts of GHB recreationally, though. Ecstasy (MDMA) is a stimulant. You can't fall asleep on Ecstasy, nor will you black out…