Ketamine Side Effects
What Is Ketamine?
Ketamine, a drug often used in veterinary medicine, has seen a rise in popularity among teens and young adults in recent years. Ketamine also goes by the names “Special K” and simply “K.” As this hallucinogenic drug makes its rounds on the club scene across the U.S. and Europe, there has been a dramatic rise in Ketamine-related ER visits. Things like hallucinations, cardiac and bladder symptoms, and injuries are the most typical causes of these visits. As ketamine.com states, “the user may also experience impaired motor functioning which could lead to accident or injury.”
- Increased heart rate and blood pressure
- Nausea and vomiting
- Respiratory problems
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