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Ketamine is used by medical practitioners and veterinarians as an anaesthetic. Ketamine is a dissociative drug, which means it acts on different chemicals in the brain to produce visual and auditory distortion, and a detachment from reality. It can also be made into pills, or dissolved in a liquid. Clinical trials and studies are assessing ketamine as a treatment for depression.
Early indications show good. Ketamine can be swallowed, snorted or injected. The effects of ketamine may be experienced within one minute if injected, 5—15 minutes if snorted, and up to 30 minutes if swallowed. There is no safe level of drug use.
Use of any drug always carries some risk. The risk of death from ketamine alone is low, due to its ability to cause unconsciousness with minimal impact on airway reflexes or blood circulation. Symptoms include difficulty holding in urine, incontinence, which can cause ulceration in the bladder. Anyone suffering from ketamine bladder syndrome needs to stop using ketamine and see a health professional.
The effects of taking ketamine with other drugs— including over-the-counter or prescribed medications — can be unpredictable and dangerous, and could cause:.
Polydrug use can involve both illicit drugs and legal substances, such as alcohol and medications. Find out more about polydrug use. Giving up ketamine after a long time is challenging because the body has to get used to functioning without it.
Please seek advice from a health professional. Symptoms include:. Not sure what you are looking for? Try our intuitive Path2Help tool and be matched with support information and services tailored to you. Legally produced ketamine is a restricted substance and only a doctor or vet may prescribe or administer it. All other ketamine is illegal in Australia. Federal and state laws provide penalties for the illegal use, possession, production, selling or driving under the influence of ketamine.
Penalties can include fines, imprisonment and disqualification from driving. Khorse trankk-holeketkitkatspecial Ksuper k. Last published: November 05, What is ketamine? Other types of dissociatives Methoxetamine Nitrous oxide. How is it used? Withdrawal Giving up ketamine after a long time is challenging because the body has to get used to functioning without it.
Symptoms include: cravings for ketamine no appetite tiredness chills, sweating restlessness, tremors nightmares, anxiety, depression irregular and rapid heartbeat risk of inujry 3. Ketamine Fact sheet about withdrawal. Path2Help Not sure what you are looking for? Find out more. See also, drugs and the law. Ketamine 3. Ketamine [ Zarate C Niciu M. Ketamine for depression: evidence, challenges and promise. World Psychiatry.
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