Summer in the US There. Means festivals, beach and break from school. This means, apparently, a first-time drug user rise, according to a published Tuesday's General Internal Medicine journal.
According to the study, more than one third of the use of LSD and about 30% of the use of ecstasy and marijuana starts in the summer, and about 28% of cocaine use. "People don't work like crazy," said Joseph Polymer, the chief author of the study. "If you go out, maybe because of warmer weather, you can hang on with more people."
The festivals are named as a possible major contributing factor in the advancement of drugs, noting the available party atmosphere and willingness to try new things, especially ecstasy.
"The main scenario of the festival is especially huge," Palamar said.
If you're planning to try drugs for the first time, it's responsible. Make sure you have trusted friends with you and always test your substances before you take them. Test kits were found from DanceSafe here.