Understanding the Dangers of Methamphetamine Abuse
There are few drugs that are as quickly addictive and physically damaging as methamphetamine. For some people, one use will set up cravings that drive him back to use the drug again and again, until he finally loses everything to addiction. At the same time, it takes a terrible toll on one’s health, stressing the heart, arteries and veins, kidneys, brain and the nervous system.
It’s vital that parents and young people alike learn how destructive this drug can be to one’s mind, character and future. The following articles can tell you what you need to know.
Methamphetamine addiction has a reputation for being very hard to treat. But the Narconon drug rehab program can help even methamphetamine addicts recover. The most important thing you can do is not waste any time, don’t allow any more damage to occur if your loved one is abusing methamphetamine. Get help by calling Narconon International or your nearest Narconon center.
- The health risks of using methamphetamine
The process of making methamphetamine involves a long list of corrosive and damaging chemicals, making it one of the more physically harmful drugs.
- Signs and Symptoms of methamphetamine abuse
Learn what to look for to determine if someone is using meth.
- Effects of Meth
Learn the short and long-term effects of meth and what the risks are.