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and it made me paranoid and delusional The 23 year old, who was living in Birmingham at the time said: "With retailers offering huge discounts for buying in bulk, it's going to be hard for people to resist squirrelling them away for a rainy day. "But this could lead to binges. When you're addicted to something it's not easy to resist it if you have a huge pile stashed away in your wardrobe." Below: Video featuring Serena where she warns of the risks of legal highs Serena became addicted to legal highs after she began working in a 'headshop' to help cover the costs if her studies at the University of Birmingham where she was studying European politics, sociology and economics. She says: "To me it just looked like a fancy dress shop. "I thought it would be a bit of fun and a chance to earn some extra money to support my studies. "I'd never taken legal highs before but had seen other people taking them at parties and they looked like fun. "On my first Ray Ban RB4147 Sunglasses Black Frame Crystal Brown Polarized Le
Ray Ban RB4147 Sunglasses Black Frame Crystal Brown Polarized Le day my boss offered me a smoke of Black Mamba and I thought, 'why not'. More: 'Dark web' dealer sold cocaine, legal highs and crystal meth online "They call it synthetic cannabis, but I'd say it's about 100 times stronger than any cannabis you'll find. "Naively I assumed that because they were legal, they were safe." After that, Serena's habit snow balled. She says: "In the beginning, I didn't realise how addictive they were so I was trying everything Spice, Dragons, Green Beans, Pink Panthers, and the lot. "They were the first thing I would take in the morning and the last thing I'd smoke before I went to bed. "I could easily smoke 20 joints packed with legal highs a day. "If I couldn't smoke for some reason, I'd get withdrawal symptoms the shakes, the sweats it was horrible." The terrifying symptoms escalated when Serena began hallucinating in December 2012. She says: "I was convinced the police were following me, that my housemates were spies and that they were using their mobile phones to read my mind. "Later, I thought I was infested with fleas and I'd scratch my body all over to try and get rid of them." The psychotic episodes continued until things came to a head in May 2013. Caught in the grips of an addiction, Serena had spent every last penny on legal highs and was more than behind on rent. Concerned about her health, one of her housemates took her to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham where doctors diagnosed her with psychosis and referred her to a psychiatrist for treatment.

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