January 10, 2010 at 7:01 pm #1048603
just tried the same experiment this weekend with mephedrone, consuming maybe 1g in a 24 hour period although in smallish lines/bombs.
No worse effect on my heart rate than with modafinil. yesterday when working on my bike was getting 120 bpm at some points, but bear in mind I was hauling a 20kg bike up some steps. resting heart rate still remains low even when I can still feel the buzz from the substance… certainly no feelings of tachycardia or discomfort (other than having a fucking clammy piece of rubber/plastic strapped to my chest).
was fairly physically active including fixing a new chain to my bike, replacing the brake pads, and reorganising the layout of the computer equipment in my room.
after all the horror stories I was expecting far worse..
maybe I’m very lucky and in good shape physically these days and some folk are more sensitive..January 16, 2010 at 2:42 am #1222308
i should have done this the other way round TBH, checking the “sober” heart rate first – which is what I am doing tonight.
In my case this is resting 55-70 bpm (average about 65), moderate activity 80-90 bpm.
from last weekend under the influence of 4-MMC the resting went up to 80-90 bpm but even when active I wasn’t going over 100-110 very often…
I can see the effect the stuff has, luckily for me its well within my normal heart rate range but can understand why some people have bad reactions.January 16, 2010 at 9:53 am #1222311DaftFaderParticipant
allso you have to factor in some people arn’t just doing 1g over a 24 hour period some are doing alot more in alot less timeJanuary 16, 2010 at 12:09 pm #1222309
just ingested approx 100mg about 10 mins ago, half snorted, the other bombed. RHR nearly immediately up to 80-100 – it take concentration/relaxation techniques (but is not impossible) to get it to 80-100.
@DaftFader 369303 wrote:
allso you have to factor in some people arn’t just doing 1g over a 24 hour period some are doing alot more in alot less time
indeed and that must be why they are presenting with cardiovascular conditions. 4-MMC is certainly a powerful stimulant and should be respected. if someones RHR is already at the above point through youth or even bad health/lack of exercise it could well be dodgy.
I was however pleased with my RHR yesterday, as I was worried getting the e-bike might have made me “lazy” but my fitness has continued to improve :love: (I think its because it makes me cycle more as I’m not worried about hills or headwinds any more)January 16, 2010 at 8:44 pm #1222310leveretParticipant
Very interesting report GL, and good to see some factual info on the short term effects. Always useful in helping to stay safe – thanks.
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