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  • 10 signs of meth addiction

    • Meth addicts have no appetite. A sure sign you’re addicted is major weight loss in very little time. More >> 10 signs of crystal meth addiction.pdf  
  • 10 Things You Need to Know about Crystal Meth

    Crystal Meth is always made in bootleg labs and because of this the potency, effects and dangers of the drug change everytime you use. More >> 10 Things You Need to Know about Crystal Meth.pdf  
  • Breaking Bad: Why Doesn’t the UK Have a Crystal Meth Problem?

    Methamphetamine has been used worldwide for decades, devastating the communities where it is found. So why is it relatively unknown in the UK? More >> breaking bad why doesn't the uk have a meth problem.pdf  
  • Crystal Meth - Withdrawal Symptoms

    Crystal Meth withdrawal symptoms can last days or weeks, depending on how long one has been an addict. It is important to remember that all drugs (but ESPECIALLY this one) change the chemistry of the user's brain. People who use Crystal Meth habitually te More >> Crystal Meth Withdrawal Symptoms.pdf  
  • Crystal Meth and heart Disease

    Using the illegal street drug crystal meth is clearly a disaster-in-the-making from both a physical and psychological standpoint. More >> Crystal Meth and heart Disease.pdf  
  • Crystal Meth and HIV/AIDS: The Perfect Storm?

    Crystal methamphetamine (CM) is an extremely addictive stimulant that increases sexual arousal while reducing inhibition and judgment. Its use is associated with a range of high-risk sexual behaviors that increase the likelihood of acquiring or transmitti More >> Crystal Meth and HIV.pdf  
  • Crystal Meth and the Brain

    • Meth releases a surge of dopamine, causing an intense rush of pleasure or prolonged sense of euphoria. • Over time, meth destroys dopamine receptors, making it impossible to feel pleasure. • Although these pleasure centers can heal over time, researc More >> Crystal Meth and the Brain.pdf  
  • Crystal Meth in the UK

    Crystal meth (crystal methamphetamine) is a powerful stimulant that, even in small doses, can cause insomnia, increased physical activity and decreased appetite. More >> crystal meth in the uk.pdf  
  • Crystal meth treatment self-help tips

    It is important to choose a program that meets your specific personal goals and lifestyle. If your crystal meth addiction is severe, then the constant supervision offered by a residential program might be a better decision. More >> Crystal meth treatment self-help tips.pdf  
  • Crystal Meth: Hazards and Teens

    Neurological hazards. Methamphetamine releases high levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine, which stimulates brain cells, enhancing mood and body movement. It also appears to have a neurotoxic effect, damaging brain cells that contain dopamine and seroto More >> Hazards and Teens.pdf  
  • Crystal Methamphetamine and Psychosis

    Crystal Meth (Methamphetamine) has been shown to cause psychosis and to worsen or cause recurrences of psychosis in people who already have psychosis. More >> Crystal Methamphetamine and Psychosis.pdf  
  • Difference between Methamphetamine and Amphetamine

    Many people often mix up methamphetamine and amphetamine. This is not surprising, since they are quite similar, and are, for all intents and purposes, the same drug. Keep reading to learn the difference between methamphetamine and amphetamine. More >> Difference between Methamphetamine and Amphetamine.pdf  
  • Effects

    Methamphetamine is a highly addictive drug, whether injected, snorted or smoked, that affects the brain and central nervous system. Methamphetamine increase levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine, which stimulates brain cells, enhancing mood and body mov More >> Effects of Methamphetamine.pdf  
  • Meth and Me

    Simon, 26, is from London. He describes his harrowing experiences with crystal meth. More >> meth and me.pdf  
  • Meth Mouth

    A common sign of meth abuse is extreme tooth decay, a condition that has become known in the media as "meth mouth." Users with "meth mouth" have blackened, stained, or rotting teeth, which often can't be saved, even among young or short-term users. More >> Meth Mouth.pdf  
  • Meth Myths vs Truth

    Crystal Meth does not make you sexier or more attractive. It is not a beauty powder. More >> Meth Myths vs Truth.pdf  
  • Overcoming Methamphetamine Addiction

    Meth addiction is psychologically devastating affliction that has long lasting effects on the mind and body. Meth, also known as speed, is homemade chemical that acts as a stimulant. Meth addicts, or tweakers, become quickly seduced by the drug because it More >> Overcoming Methamphetamine Addiction.pdf  
  • Psychological Addiction

    Crystal Meth or methamphetamines, in general, are central nervous system stimulants that resemble the drug amphetamines in their chemical structure. However, crystal meth has an emphatic onset of effects that is not as profound in amphetamines. Since cry More >> Psychological Addiction to Crystal Meth.pdf  
  • Relapse on Crystal Meth

    The statistics aren’t pretty. One well-publicized estimate puts relapse rates at 92%. More >> Relapse on Crystal Meth.pdf  
  • Risks of Methamphetamine

    Taking methamphetamine involves some serious risks. Here’s what it could do to you: • Severe psychoses caused by methamphetamine have been reported in countries where there is widespread use of the drug. Psychosis is a serious mental state where you lose More >> Risks of methamphetamine.pdf  
  • Sex and Crystal Meth

    One of the most dangerous effects of meth on the body is the increase in sex drive and the lowering of sexual inhibitions among some users, which puts them at risk for sexually transmitted diseases. More >> Sex and Crystal Meth.pdf  
  • Short-Term and Long-Term Effects of Methanphetamine

    Methamphetamine is a highly addictive drug, whether injected, snorted or smoked, that affects the brain and central nervous system. More >> Short-Term and Long-Term Effects of Methanphetamine.pdf  
  • Signs Of Meth Use

    Relatives and friends should be aware of the signs of meth use so they can get help for a person who is abusing methamphetamine. Methamphetamine, or meth, abuse is a dangerous habit that can lead to addiction, mental damage, and death. More >> Signs of Meth Use.pdf  
  • Speed: the story

    What links 1960s housewives, Nazi soldiers and a British prime minister? One word: speed. Heres the story of the mood-altering amphetamine and its destructive younger brother crystal meth. More >> speed the story.pdf  
  • Stages of Crystal Meth Addiction

    Methamphetamine is an extremely addictive central nervous system stimulant. More >> Stages of Crystal Meth Addiction.pdf  
  • Street names for Crystal Meth

    Some of the names for crystal meth that you might hear from non-official sources. More >> street names for crystal meth.pdf  
  • Teen Meth Use Facts

    Methamphetamine (Meth) drug use among teens is currently declining, which is good news. But the use of this drug by teenagers is still happening and parents need to remain aware. More >> Teen Meth Use Facts.pdf  
  • The History Of Crystal Meth

    Crystal Meth, which is short for methamphetamine in its crystallized form (as opposed to being either in a powder or rock formation), has become a very popular drug. More >> The History Of Crystal Meth.pdf  
  • The Horrors of Crystal Meth

    In the last few years, the abuse of crystal methamphetamine (also known as crystal, meth, tina or speed) has gotten out of control in the U.S. gay community. One reason this is so alarming is that the abuse of crystal meth contributes to the spread of HIV More >> The Horrors of Crystal Meth.pdf  
  • Visible Signs of Crystal Meth Use

    • Meth abuse causes the destruction of tissues and blood vessels, inhibiting the body's ability to repair itself. More >> Visible Signs of Crystal Meth Use.pdf