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Methamphetamine is a potent central nervous system stimulant which affect neuron chemical mechanisms responsible for regulating heart rate, body temperature, blood pressure, appetite, mood and response associated with alertness or alarm conditions.

Addictive powers of methamphetamine is greater than that of Heroin. In order to achieve the same level of euphoria larger quantities of the drug are needed.

Addicts of Methamphetamine loose their teeth abnormally fast, a condition known as “Meth Mouth”.

Users will experience:

• Diarrhea, nausea.
• Loss of appetite, insomnia, tremors, jaw-clenching.
• Agitation, compulsive fascination with repetitive tasks.
• Talkativeness, irritability, panic attacks.
• Increased libido and Dilated pupils.
• Talkativeness, irritability, panic attacks.
• Drug craving.
• Weight loss.
• Withdraw related depression.

Chronic users will experience:

• Erectile dysfunction.
• Excessive tooth decay and rapid loss.
• Amphetamine psychosis.
• Sensation of flesh crawling with bugs and associated compulsive picking.
• Long term cognitive impairment.
• Paranoia, delusions, hallucinations.
• Kidney damage.

Due to Methamphetamines highly addictive nature and the users craving for increased doses to achieve the same level of euphoria physical damage is quickly achieved.

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