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LSD Addiction Fast Facts
LSD is in a category of drugs known as classic hallucinogens. This category also includes psilocybin, mescaline, and DMT. An estimated 20.2 million Americans have used LSD at some point in their lifetime.
Approximately 740,000 young people between the ages of 12 and 17 have used LSD. About 4.5 million people between the ages of 18 and 25 have used the drug.
A 2014 survey found that 3.7% of American 12th graders, 2.6% of 10th graders, and 1.1% of 8th graders had used LSD at least once.
LSD is not considered to be addictive, but it is possible to develop a tolerance for the drug. It is also possible to develop an unhealthy pattern of use that is clinically diagnosable.
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LSD Addiction Caregiver Tips
- Educate your children. Because LSD is not addictive like other drugs and doesn’t present the same dangers of overdose and withdrawal, young people often think that it poses little risk of harm. However, even a positive LSD experience can have a profoundly overwhelming effect on the user, a situation that children are ill-equipped to handle. Using LSD in the wrong way, in the wrong place, at the wrong time can be dangerous, and young people should be made well aware of the risks.
- Don’t focus only on the LSD. Substance abuse is very often a sign of underlying problems in relationships, in life circumstances, or in mental health.