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Guide to Meth Psychosis & How to Identify Symptoms

The brain interprets all of the signals produced by the senses, and it helps us to respond accordingly. Consider this: A tingle in the fingertips moves through a network of...

Meth Comedown: Tips to Faster Recovery

Meth, or methamphetamine, is a highly addictive stimulant drug that can cause an intense burst of euphoria while making a person feel more energized, focused, and awake. The rush of pleasure...

Meth in the South: America’s Most Dangerous Drug

 Methamphetamines have a long and tragic history in the southern United States. In many states along the Mexican border, meth has been the most widely spread and frequently abused controlled substances, with drug...

A Guide to Treating Drug Addiction in the US Southern States

The American South and Gulf Coast region includes states like Arkansas, Alabama, Tennessee, and Mississippi. Several counties in these states, along with some contained in Florida and Louisiana, are covered...

How Is Meth Made? Ingredients and Cutting Processes

Meth, or methamphetamine (N-methyl-1-phenylpropan-2-amine), is a very potent central nervous system stimulant substance that was originally developed in the 1800s. The medicinal uses of the drug were related to its very strong...

Meth-Induced Hallucinations: What Should You Do?

What is Meth Hallucinations? One of the common occurrences as a result of methamphetamine abuse is the experience of some level of meth psychosis. Psychosis is an emotional and mental state...

Myth #12: Addiction is Something You Don’t Talk About

Addiction is a more public issue than ever before. The epidemic of opioid overdose deaths is in the news every day. So why are so many families still suffering in...

How Long Does Meth Stay in Your Urine? (& More)

Methamphetamine is a synthetic stimulant that is highly addictive. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), methamphetamine is derived from amphetamine and has similar effects on the body; however, methamphetamine...

Crystal Meth Withdrawal Symptoms & Treatment (+ Timeline)

The initial effects of meth involve a rush of euphoria, followed by agitation, anxiety, and fear. Other mental and physical effects include: High body temperature Severe itching Dry mouth Mood swings Difficulty...

Meth Sores and Other Physical Dangers of Meth Abuse

Methamphetamine, or meth, is a very powerful stimulant drug that can cause many serious physical complications. The drug can be smoked, inhaled, injected, or eaten. Using meth causes a very intense,...

Crystal Meth Abuse: How to Help Yourself or Others

Crystal meth is an illicit form of methamphetamine commonly encountered as glass-like fragments or shiny, whitish crystalline rocks. Meth is a powerful central nervous system stimulant and its use may lead...

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