Meth is considered to be a highly addictive drug. Use of methamphetamine can lead to both physical and psychological dependence. Those who become addicted to meth experience cravings and can continue to use despite the resulting and associated negative consequences.
The nervous system and brain are stimulated by methamphetamine in a similar manner to speed and cocaine however methamphetamines are known to have stronger more severe effects particularly if injected or if smoked in its purer form as Crystal Meth.
Severe risks are associated with taking methamphetamine, these include:
There are signs and symptoms associated with meth addiction; awareness of these signs can be helpful if you are worried a loved one or someone you know has a problem with methamphetamine. Common signs can include:
If you or your loved one has a problem with methamphetamine there are a range of helpful treatment options. We are available every day of the week to discuss your needs and to talk you through a suitable plan for the way forward.