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Methamphetamine (N-methylamphetamine, desoxyephedrine) is also known as crystal meth, chalk, and ice is an extremely addictive stimulant drug that is chemically similar to amphetamine. It takes the form of a white, odorless, bitter-tasting crystalline powder.

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Meth is taken by people to create a sense of happiness, euphoria, and confidence. It can also give a boost of energy, and it reduces the appetite of the individual who takes it. The feelings of being high when taking meth usually last for six to eight hours, but they may last for as long as 24 hours. This illegal street drug is similar in some ways to substances like cocaine, and it goes by street names including not just meth, but also crank and speed. This potent stimulant is associated with a lot of far-reaching health consequences. Some of these can include damage to the brain and heart, aggressive behavior, memory loss and more. When someone takes meth, it starts to use all of the body’s resources, and then a physical dependence often occurs quickly. A lot of users will become addicted to the drug after only using it one time. Methamphatamine works on the brain by increasing the amount of dopamine it produces.

Methamphetamine (N-methylamphetamine, desoxyephedrine) is also known as crystal meth, chalk, and ice is an extremely addictive stimulant drug that is chemically similar to amphetamine. It takes the form of a white, odorless, bitter-tasting crystalline powder.

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Methamphetamine (N-methylamphetamine, desoxyephedrine) is also known as crystal meth, chalk, and ice is an extremely addictive stimulant drug that is chemically similar to amphetamine. It takes the form of a white, odorless, bitter-tasting crystalline powder.

Cas Number              537-46-2
ATC code                   N06BA03
PubChem                   CID 1206
DrugBank                  DB01577
Synonyms                  N-methylamphetamine, desoxyephedrine
Formula                      C10H15N
Molecular mass       149.2337 g/mol
Melting point           3 °C (37 °F) [8]

Boiling point            212 °C (414 °F) [9] at 760 MM HG

 

Physical Signs and Symptoms of Crystal Meth Addiction

In addition to the psychological and emotional effects of crystal meth addiction, methamphetamine use can also cause the following physical issues – many of which persist even after recovery.

  • Meth Mouth and Dental Issues
    One of the telltale signs of methamphetamine use is “meth mouth” – a host of tooth decay and gum disease caused by chronic crystal meth use. Crystal meth has an incredibly drying effect on the mouth, leading to clinical cases of dry mouth, promoting tooth decay and often leading to tooth loss. Mouth sores result from dehydration and lack of oral hygiene, and tooth grinding often leads to worn teeth and receding gums. Because methamphetamine use often leads to carbohydrate and sugar cravings, cavities often also abound in meth users. Heightened adrenaline levels also lead to jaw clenching, further wearing down teeth and gums.
  • Skin Disturbances
    Crystal meth users often have a gray or yellowish pallor, marked by profuse sweating due to dehydration and overexertion. Track marks may be present in those who use crystal meth in its injectable form. Another trademark sign of meth abuse is the presence of “meth mites,” in a phenomenon known as “formication,” where users experience the sensation of insects crawling on or underneath the skin. The resulting itching and picking lead to infected, open sores that often scar. Acne and rashes also often result from poor hygiene, dehydration and poor diet. Skin around the nails is often infected, as well, due to compulsive nail biting.
  • Nasal Problems
    Snorting methamphetamines can extremely dry out the mucous membranes in the body, further exacerbated by dehydration. Bleeding from the nose is common, as are sinus infections and pressure. In severe cases, the septum (cartilage separating the nostrils) can become punctured and deviated.
  • Breathing Problems and Coughing
    Meth-addicted individuals who freebase the drug often experience chronic bronchitis, smoker’s coughs and damaged lungs, due to the harmful chemicals ingested while smoking the drug.
  • Urinary, Digestive and Reproductive Issues
    Meth users can experience abdominal cramping, increased incidents of urinary tract infections (UTIs), and chronic constipation or alternating diarrhea. Women can experience uterine bleeding, while men often experience erectile dysfunction from chronic meth use. Kidney problems often result from methamphetamine use, due to blood vessel problems.
  • Repetitive Motions
    Due to the excess adrenaline produced by crystal meth, many individuals experience repetitive motions. Users may experience involuntary muscle movements, muscle twitches or handwringing as their bodies respond to excess energy.
  • Heart Disturbances
    Meth users often experience cardiac problems, including arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat), tachycardia (rapid heartbeat) and severe chest pains.

 

Crystal Meth Addiction Withdrawal Symptoms

If you are using crystal meth for a long period of time, the drug will slowly start to burn out your pleasure senses. The body is no longer able to make the chemicals that stimulate pleasure due to the damage crystal meth causes in the body. Without the natural pleasures in the body, crystal meth becomes the only way for addicts to feel pleasure. Even addicts who try to quite on their own face withdrawal symptoms that only lead to relapse. Some crystal meth addiction withdrawal symptoms include:

  • Profound numbness
  • Depression leading to suicide
  • Relapsing back into addiction
With this stimulant drug, there is the potential for an overdose that can occur suddenly, or over the long-term. A sudden overdose is called acute, and it can happen when someone takes too much of the drug at one time. With a long-term overdose, which is referred to as a chronic methamphetamine overdose, there are health effects that occur in frequent, regular users of the drug. Symptoms of taking too much meth can include chest pain, heart attack, difficulty breathing, raised body temperature and paranoia. The use of methamphetamine can also lead to something called stimulant psychosis, which is essentially a psychotic break.

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