Intense head-banging at any time can be dangerous in that it can cause whipplash and/or pinched nerves. Any disruption to the electrical flow in the neck can result in problems elsewhere in the body.
Ecstacy does not increase the severity of the damage, but rather numbs you to it so that you will continue to injure yourself after the initial pain.
There is no definite answer as to who first invented headbanging, However, a popular answer is that headbanging was invented at a Led Zepplin show in 1969.
Some spread myth that headbanging, "will tear axons in your brain and cause brain cells death." Headbanging can contribute to brain damage but its will be due stroke or maybe concussion but claiming that headbanging tear axons is a joke
Probably not. Ecstasy clears the system within a week.
No. People say jumping off cliffs is dangerous for a veyr good reason; the same goes for ecstasy and most other illegal drugs.
All drugs have negative and ill effects on the user, so using it with other drugs will yes, be dangerous
There is no "cure" since ecstasy is not a disease.There is no antidote either.That said, ecstasy (mdma) is not as dangerous as sometimes depicted in the media. The biggest risk is hypertermia (high body temperature). Drinking water (without overdoing it, as too much water is dangerous by itself) helps.Note that mdma has a very strong bitter taste, so it is not very likely it would go unnoticed in a drink, especially in amounts that would be dangerous.
Yes. Usually it is only a temporary feeling, but I have known people who are still married after initially falling in love while on ecstasy. It is also possible to fall in love with ecstasy because of the way taking ecstasy feels. Love can be a dangerous game, so choose your opponents wisely.
Ecstasy will harm your body every time you use it, It causes an excess in serotonin in your brain, Serotonin effects you mood, appetite and sleep. Even though ecstasy increases serotonin when you are on the drug it will decrease the serotonin levels once you get off of it causing you to have sleeping problems a loss of appetite and can lead to being in a bad mood or depression. Also when you buy ecstasy on the street there is no telling what it really is, Sometimes you will get something completely different from ecstasy or sometimes you get something mixed with ecstasy. This is very dangerous because a lot of the time more dangerous drugs like methamphetamine and mixed in with it.
Ecstasy and heroin are both very dangerous and addictive drugs. Do not use them.
There is no way to tell without an MRI or autopsy.
It could be the 'fieries' from Labyrinth.