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Common Side Effects
All hallucinogens carry the risk of triggering mental and emotional problems and causing accidents while under the influence. Among adolescents, magic mushrooms are frequently taken in combination with alcohol and other drugs, increasing the psychological and physical risks
Consuming shrooms can result in a mild trip causing the user to feel relaxed or drowsy to a frightening experience, marked by hallucinations, delusions, and panic. In the worst-cases magic mushrooms have even been known to cause convulsions.
Side effects of magic mushrooms can include both physical and mental effects.
- Increased heart rate, blood pressure, and temperature
- Muscle weakness
- Lack of coordination
- Dilated pupils
- Having introspective (spiritual) experiences
- Hallucinations (visual or auditory)
- Panic reactions
- Distorted sense of time, place, and reality
More research is needed on the long-term side effects of magic mushrooms but it has been reported that users can experience long-term changes in personality, as well as flashbacks long after taking mushrooms.
Since magic mushrooms look similar to poisonous mushrooms, poisoning is yet another potential risk of taking these drugs. Mushroom poisoning can cause severe illness, organ damage, and even death.
Tolerance, Dependence, and Withdrawal
Like most drugs, the more you use magic mushrooms, the more tolerance you develop. Tolerance also develops quickly with regular use of magic mushrooms. This means that you need more of the drug to achieve the same effect. Developing a tolerance can be especially risky with shrooms because consuming a large amount can result in overdose symptoms, which while not fatal, can include agitation, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle weakness, panic or paranoia, psychosis, and seizures
While users rarely report physical symptoms of withdrawal when they stop using the drug, some experience psychological effects, which may include depression.