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How Is LSD Addiction Detected?
Along with the mind-altering effects experienced by the user, LSD also produces physical effects, some of which can be observed externally.
These signs of LSD use can include:
- Dilated pupils
- Muscle weakness
- Tingling in the fingers or toes
- Rapid heart rate
- Blurry vision
- Excessive sweating or chills
- Anxiety or paranoia
- Lack of mental focus or physical coordination
The effects of LSD can last for as long as 12 hours, and during that time the user may be uninterested in eating, sleeping, or performing ordinary tasks. Thanks to the mind-altering character of the experience, the user may be unconcerned with hiding the drug’s effect, making their LSD use easy to spot.
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