Only use drugs sparingly. Keep track of your use over time.
Decide in advance how much you are planning to use over the evening, and stick to that.
Do not combine drugs with other substances or medicines
Do not participate in traffic after drug use
Prevent infectious diseases; Use your own snorter/sniffer and do not share paraphernalia with others
After insufflating, rinse your nose well with lukewarm saline water (for example, by using a nasal spray or nasal douche)
Are you, or one of your friends not feeling well? Keep an eye out for one another, take care of each other and visit the first aid (if one is available)
Call 112 in a life-threatening situation
Eat healthy before and after drug use. In particular, foods with lots of antioxidants and vitamins (blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, grapes, raisins, oranges, kiwi, broccoli). This is perhaps the most important tip! It can be difficult to eat during and after drug use, but make sure to try to eat something anyway. Eating well is a great way to reduce the hangover! If you can’t hold in solid foods, try juices, breakfast drinks, and smoothies.