intending to take drugs when you're out clubbing, try and
learn as much as possible about the drugs and the possible
risks. If you're trying out a new drug, it's best to do it a
club where you feel safe and secure and have friends around.
Drugs can effect you differently depending on your physical
and mental state.
Try and wear cool clothes for dancing but have some warm
clothes for the chilling out and the journey home later. Try
and eat before you go out as the food will give you energy
for dancing and help line the stomach.
Tell your friends what drugs you're taking and look out for
each other - and remember to keep drinking at least a pint
of non-alcoholic fluid when you're dancing.
Try not to buy drugs from strangers in clubs - not only is
there a great chance you'll get ripped off, but it could be
dodgy gear or stuff that's a lot stronger than you're used
Be careful if you're mixing your drugs - there's no way to
predict how they'll react together and some combinations can
be unexpectedly powerful. It's best to stick with one drug
and not mix'n'match - and that includes alcohol. If you do
take more than one drug, remember that the effects are
cumulative and can mount up over the hours.
If you're already on prescribed drugs be careful - some
drugs may react strongly with each other.
Some drugs can send you in a shag frenzy, increasing your
chances of catching HIV and other sexual transmitted
diseased. Use a condom! If you're pregnant, some drugs may
have unexpected side-effects and possibly damage your child.
If you're injecting, never inject alone.
Leave the motor at home. Some drugs will still be kicking in
hours after you've taken them and your judgement could be at
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