Crystal Meth is also known as ‘ice’ or ‘speed’. Crystal Meth is a highly addictive and highly toxic drug that effects the central nervous system is where most of the symptoms associated with crystal meth occur. The central nervous system can be damaged by taking crystal meth, because crystal meth is a highly toxic amphetamine.
In America there have been a number of deaths from taking crystal meth and it is important to know that there are no national statistics regarding drug related deaths in America. There is information on the internet about various deaths that have been associated with crystal meth but the information is not all up to date and does not include all deaths that have taken place due to crystal meth use. Also, the number of deaths from crystal meth is not very high compared with the number of deaths from cocaine and alcohol combined, because crystal meth produces much higher levels of intoxication than the other two drugs. There are also many users who have reported using crystal meth in combination with alcohol. This is because crystal meth produces very similar effects to alcohol.
Users of crystal meth also report having feelings of paranoia and anxiety, along with feelings of euphoria. This euphoria can lead to a sense of excitement that users of crystal meth take advantage of. These feelings lead users of crystal meth to experiment with different substances in order to achieve the same results. They also use this euphoria in order to commit illegal activities such as drug trafficking and robbery. Many users of crystal meth also abuse prescription medications and alcohol to achieve the same euphoric feeling.
The main symptoms of crystal meth users are often times euphoria, extreme irritability, increased appetite and increased energy. Some people also report experiencing hallucinations such as seeing things that aren’t there. Many people experience depression because of the effects of crystal meth. Many people become extremely physically and mentally impaired because of the effects of crystal meth.
Although most of the time crystal meth abusers are teenagers, adults do suffer from the same symptoms and they have a higher chance of being addicted to crystal meth. In fact the majority of people who abuse crystal meth are not addicts at all, they only take the drug temporarily to help them feel better. Many people begin abusing crystal meth when they go through a difficult time at school or work and they become more depressed and frustrated by their problems. When crystal meth makes them feel better, they keep using it until they start having serious health problems or are caused by crystal meth abuse.
Crystal meth can be very dangerous if taken in large amounts. If crystal meth is taken for extended periods of time, it can cause severe damage to the heart, brain, kidneys and liver. Crystal meth users can also experience hallucinations and delusions that can lead them to commit crimes that are out of control.