What Is So Dangerous About PCP? Am I in Danger?
What happens to the human body under the influence of PCP? What could happen when taking PCP? Is PCP dangerous? Should I avoid PCP?
At Archstone Recovery Center, we get lots of questions about PCP. We’re here to help you learn about PCP and its effect on your body. PCP is a dissociative drug, with hallucinogenic and neurotoxic properties. People take PCP by smoking, inhaling, or eating. Street names for PCP include “embalming fluid” and “angel dust.” PCP induces numbness of the body and mind in human beings.
Even small doses can result in aggression, suicidal tendencies, paranoia, hallucinations, euphoria, and alterations in mood. Users of PCP are very unpredictable, with various users doing different things on the drug: becoming violent or animated, detaching themselves from reality, or responding to hallucinations or delusions. In one extreme case, rapper Big Lurch ate part of his roommate’s lung after taking PCP and becoming convinced that she was the devil. Because of its unpredictable nature, and its potential for violence and aggression, PCP is not something that should be experimented with.
If you think you might have a problem with PCP, get help now before you do something you might regret—or worse. Call Archstone Recovery Center of the Palm Beaches to get treatment. Archstone can help you understand PCP’s effects, begin a detox, and fully recover. Archstone Recovery Center offers a variety of state-of-the-art inpatient and outpatient alcohol rehabilitation programs to meet your needs. Drug users from Florida (FL), New York (NY), New Jersey (NJ), Washington, DC, Philadelphia (PA), Baltimore (MD), New England, and all over the country travel to sunny Lantana, Florida, to start their road to recovery in our best-rated facility. While there, they can get clean in a safe place with the support they need from doctors, psychologists, and fellow patients. Call Archstone Recovery today to begin your new life.