Monday, 19 September 2016


Rehab and Withdrawal treatment for symptoms and effects of Meth addiction

Methamphetamine (meth) is one of the most powerful highly addictive stimulant that can be smoked, injected, inhaled or taken by mouth. Symptoms of meth addiction include: increased attention and decreased fatigue. increased activity and wakefulness.Although Meth Rehab treatments are available for the addicts,not many of them were lucky enough to survive the addiction and abuse stage.
Many lives and families have been destroyed by this terribly addictive drugs.Some of the 
pictures in this article of meth addicts will highlight just how powerful and evil this drug


Some of the many long term effects of Meth addiction include..

  • Addiction
  • Psychosis, including:
    • paranoia
    • hallucinations
    • repetitive motor activity
  • Changes in brain structure and function
  • Deficits in thinking and motor skills
  • Increased distractibility
  • Memory loss
  • Aggressive or violent behavior
  • Mood disturbances
  • Severe dental problems
  • Weight loss

Also there are signs that begin to show in a meth user.These are warning signs which include:The physical appearance of a person using methamphetamines may provide several key clues:
  • Skin picking: methamphetamine addicts are known to obsessively pick at their skin. The marks left by this picking may look similar to an extreme case of acne, often leaving open sores on the face.
  • Skin crawling: meth addicts also often complain about having crawling skin, a disorder known as formication.
  • Tooth decay: Another common sign is tooth loss or tooth decay, referred to as meth mouth.
  • Hair loss: due to the lack of nutrients in an addict’s body as well as the dangerous chemicals they ingest, hair breakage frequently occurs as well.

Symptoms of meth addiction withdrawal.

Withdrawing from meth addiction is not a pleasant process; however it is not one of the more dangerous drugs to detox from. Meth detox should always occur in a proper rehab center under the careful eye of trained medical professionals. Symptoms of meth withdrawal include:

  • Deep, dark depression
  • Decreased energy
  • Increased sleeping
  • Teeth grinding
  • Night sweats
  • Emotional labiality
  • Irritability
  • Resumption of eating, leading to weight gain
  • Anxiety
  • Craving methamphetamines
  • Anhedonia
  • Suicidal ideations
  • Suicide


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