The Addiction to Meth
Don't do chalk, it'll mess up your walk.
Meth is usually called crank, glass, chalk, speed, wash, fast, or ice.
The short term effects of meth lasts up to six to eight hours. They can last up to 24 hours.
It's usually used as a "club drug" in raves and clubs.
Meth is mostly found in the Midwest of the U.S. It is also found in Asia, places like Thailand, Myanmar, and China. It is also found Mexico, the Czech Republic, and across Europe.
Why is Meth Addicting and Why Do People Use It?
People use meth because not only is it very addicting, it gives a feeling of euphoria and releases a high amount of dopamine into the system. It also lasts much longer than any other stimulant drugs and is usually less costly, also.
Signs of the Addiction
The Effects of Meth
Long term effects are usually tooth decay, malnutrition or weight loss, depression, disorientation, liver, kidney, and lung damage, nose tissue damage when sniffed, breathing problems when smoked, memory loss, aggressive or violent behavior, brain damage, damage to the blood vessels of the heart and brain, and high blood pressure.
Interesting Facts About Meth
Back in the 1950's, methamphetamine was prescribed as a diet aid and to fight depression.
The addiction to meth is one of the hardest addictions to treat and many die in its grip.