Methamphetamine (also referred to as meth, crystal, ice, glass, crystal) is a stimulant drug that is chemically similar in structure to amphetamines, such as Adderall. Meth is usually found in the form of a white, odorless, powder or as a clear/white/bluish crystal-like rock.
Even a small amount of meth can result in physical effects that mimic other powerful stimulant drugs, such as cocaine. Historically, meth was mostly homemade in clandestine labs in the U.S., but due to crackdowns on psuedoepinephrine, the main active ingredient in meth, now much of the meth on the street is manufactured and imported from Mexico.
Meth is particularly dangerous when used in conjunction with other drugs or alcohol.
Meth use significantly affects the user’s brain and body. These effects are often pervasive in several areas of his or her life. It is not uncommon for regular meth users to exhibit certain behavioral signs of addiction, such as the following:
Meth use can lead to a myriad of physical and psychological effects as their entire body is negatively impacted by the substance.
The following are typical physical symptoms of meth addiction:
The following are typical psychological symptoms of meth addiction:
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