People in the UK are more likely to combine drugs with sex than those in the US, Canada, Australia or Europe, according to a survey.
It found Brits, younger people and those on higher incomes were more likely to have chemsex.
More than 22,000 people took part in the Global Drug Survey’s research into substance-linked sex.
It found alcohol, cannabis, MDMA and cocaine are the drugs most commonly used.
Researchers say understanding people’s drug use is important so that messages about the harm they can cause can be targeted to
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