Using a fast-paced documentary style, this program explores the skyrocketing use of the drug known as Ecstasy. While Ecstasy (MDA) has been around for a while, its meteoric rise has resulted in it becoming widely available to teenagers, many of whom regard it as harmless. In this sobering yet balanced program, we learn that ecstasy can promote euphoria and cause hallucinations, as well as suppress the need to eat and sleep. But it also causes accelerated heartbeat, high blood pressure, fainting, muscle cramps and panic attacks. Experts also point out to viewers that ecstasy is psychologically addictive and can cause paranoia and psychosis.