What are date rape drugs?


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What are date rape drugs?

According to the NHS, alcohol is used more commonly than drugs to spike drinks1. Shots of alcohol can be added to drinks to make them stronger. This causes someone to get drunk much quicker than expected.
Rohypnol (or Roofie) and Gamma Hydroxybutyrate (GHB) are the most commonly known ‘date-rape’ drugs.

They can be odourless, colourless and tasteless. They also leave the body within a short amount of time making them hard to detect.  Both drugs can be used to commit physical and sexual assaults as they can sedate or incapacitate a victim, making them more vulnerable to attack.

Recreational drugs like Ecstasy, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD), Ketamine and other ‘party-drugs’ are sometimes used to spike alcoholic drinks. Mixing alcohol and stimulants can be very dangerous and can cause serious problems, ranging from nausea to heart failure.

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