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What is Crystal Meth?
Methamphetamines or meth come in three main forms; crystal meth, base, and speed. All forms of this synthetic central nervous system stimulant are highly addictive and dangerous. The legal, prescription form of the drugs, still addictive, are stimulant drugs that are used to treat ADHD. They can also help obese patients with weight loss.Buy Crystal Meth
The illicit drug forms of meth are usually mixed or ‘cut’ with other substances such as lithium metal, hydrochloric acid, iodine, sulfuric acid, and red phosphorus. These additives are not for human consumption in any form and increase the dangers of drug use of meth in any form.
How Do Crystal Meth and Meth Affect the Body?
Crystal meth or ice as it’s also known is the most commonly used type of methamphetamine today. Crystal meth is the illicit drug form of methamphetamines, which are of the amphetamine drug class. Street names for crystal meth are Black Beauties, Crank, Crystal, Crystal Meth Glass, Hot Ice, Methlies, Super Ice, Tina, Uppers, and Yaba (there are many other street names). Crystal meth is the most potent form of methamphetamine, and it is most commonly smoked, snorted, or injected.Buy Crystal Meth
When consumed, crystal meth, a stimulant drug, quickly produces feelings of intense euphoria and elation. These effects generally last between six to 12 hours. The method by which meth is consumed contributes to how quickly, how long, and how intensely side effects are felt. Users of methamphetamine often go on days-long drug binges spurred by chasing the extreme and intense high. Often referred to as “tweaking” they can have insomnia sometimes for 3 to 15 days.
However, even short-term use of methamphetamines can cause serious physical problems. Meth has detrimental effects on numerous essential organs including the brain, heart, kidneys, and skin. In addition, meth is well known for causing serious problems with the mouth, gums, and teeth.
Methamphetamines interfere with dopamine production in the brain. With long time use, this can kill and significantly damage the central nervous system and brain cells responsible for dopamine production. In addition, methamphetamines increase a person’s risk of stroke which too can lead to other brain damage.
Methamphetamines also impact the brain in the substantia nigra area placing users at a higher risk for developing Parkinson’s Disease. The risk is even greater for women. Long-term meth use increases the risk for ongoing psychosis and hallucinations.
The heart can also be seriously impacted by continued meth use. From irregular heartbeat to palpitations, ongoing use of meth causes damage to the heart which is sometimes irreversible.
Side Effects of Crystal Meth and Meth
While the initial high one gets with meth use and crystal meth keeps users coming back for more, the side effects experienced by methamphetamine users can be uncomfortable and problematic.
Short-term side effects of crystal meth can include:
Sleep disruption or insomnia
Erratic or violent behavior
Changes in body temperature
Rapidly moving eyes
Increased blood pressure
Irregular heart rate
Thoughts of homicide or suicide
The effects of the three types of methamphetamine use vary in part because of the different additives used. In addition, meth is an illicit drug and the additives found are often toxic and harmful.
Long-term side effects meth users may experience include:
Sores on the body from picking at the skin
Inflammation of the heart lining
Formication (a sensation of bugs crawling on the skin)
“Meth Mouth” (tooth decay and cracked teeth caused by tooth grinding and poor oral hygiene)
Heightened risk of brain damage, coma, stroke or death
Methamphetamine is a dangerous and highly addictive illegal drug. Using any form of meth can lead to substance abuse disorder as well as have detrimental health consequences and negatively impact your work, school, and loved ones.
Signs and Symptoms of Methamphetamine (Meth and Crystal Meth) Addiction
As the use of methamphetamine grows so too does the rate of addiction. In 2018, 1.8 million people in America over the age of 12 reported using some type of meth in the past year. Methamphetamine use is common among both mature and young adults; methamphetamine users come in all ages, genders, and ethnicities.
If you or a loved one have been using crystal methamphetamine, it’s vital to seek professional help right away. Here are some signs of a methamphetamine-based substance abuse disorder (also referred to as methamphetamine addiction):
Physical Side Effects and Health Problems from Methamphetamine Use
Weakened, frail body
Sores or acne on the face
Blood pressure issues
Rotted teeth or meth mouth
Frequent and intense scratching
Skin that droops
Raised body temperature
Increased sex drive
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