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Hallucinogens are drugs that cause hallucinations—profound distortions in a person's perceptions of reality, including delusions and false notions. In this state, people see images, hear sounds, and feel sensations that seem real but do not exist.

Hallucinogens produce rapid, intense mood swings with transitions so fast the user may feel several emotions simultaneously. Hallucinogens can cause physiological symptoms such as increased heart rate and blood pressure, and may induce convulsions and seizures when used at high doses. The effects of hallucinogens are more unpredictable than those of other drugs and vary greatly from person to person. The range of effects depends on a variety of factors: the amount ingested; the user's personality, mood and expectations; the setting of use; whether the user is alone or with other people; and whether the substance is ingested in conjunction with other drugs or alcohol.

The tolerance for Hallucinogens increases with time... That means with passing time to get the same high or intoxication the dosage of Hallucinogens will have to be increased. This results in never ending cycle of more and more drug intake to achieve that high which could be once achieved through low amount.

Follwing are the adverse consequences of taking hallucigens:
1.Alters your sensory 
2. Mood dusiruption
3. Affects hunger
4. Affected Sexual Behaviour
5. Fluctuating body temperature
6. Issues in learning and memory