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Amphetamine used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride; Methamphetamine : Used as a stimulant to the nervous system and as an appetite suppressant
Methamphetamine is highly addictive, particularly when injected or smoked. While not life-threatening, withdrawal is often intense and, as with all addictions, relapse is common. To combat relapse, many recovering addicts attend 12 Step meetings, such as Crystal Meth Anonymous.
Overdose fatalities are usually due to stroke or heart failure, but can also be caused by hyperthermia or kidney failure.
Methamphetamines are drugs which stimulate the central nervous system and produce an increase in alertness, speech, and general physical activity. Some people take methamphetamines illegally in order to feel more energetic, or to get high; they often report a euphoric sense of well-being. The extra energy and euphoria provide a false sense of well-being that can send users speeding toward disaster quicker than they can say, I’ll quit using tomorrow.
Can be injected, snorted, smoked, or ingested orally. Methamphetamine "meth" users feel a short yet intense "rush" when the drug is initially administered. The effects of methamphetamine include increased activity, decreased appetite, and a sense of well being that can last 6 to 8 hours. The drug has limited medical uses for the treatment of narcolepsy, attention deficit disorders, and obesity. The effects of methamphetamine use can include addiction, psychotic behavior, and brain damage. Methamphetamine is highly addictive and users trying to abstain from use may suffer severe withdrawal symptoms that include depression, anxiety, fatigue, paranoia, aggression, and relentless, intense cravings for the drug. Chronic methamphetamine use can cause violent behavior, anxiety, confusion, and insomnia.
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