MDMA, or "ecstasy," addiction is a condition in which a person becomes physically and psychologically dependent on the psychoactive drug. MDMA is a synthetic drug that alters mood and perception, and can lead to changes in brain chemistry and the development of dependence. Treatment options for MDMA addiction may include behavioral therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing, as well as medications to manage withdrawal symptoms and cravings. Prevention strategies include avoiding MDMA use altogether, seeking professional help for underlying psychological or relationship issues, and developing healthy coping mechanisms. MDMA addiction can have serious physical and mental health consequences, and addressing addiction and misuse is essential for promoting overall health and wellbeing.