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Does Methamphetamine Make You Sweat
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Stimulants: Methamphetamine (desoxyn) belongs to the amphetamine group of stimulants. It comes in 2 forms; dextro- form which is the psychostimulant, & the levo-form which is an over-the-counter nasal decongestant. Meth is highly addictive. Methylphenidate (ritalin) belong to the non-amphetamine group of stimulants. Due to ritalin's short elimination half-life, rebound symptoms are more common. ...Read more
Yes: Any stimulant, and even the hormones we produce ourselves under stress (adrenaline, noradrenaline, dopamine) can cause the release of white blood cells from the walls of our blood vessels. This occurs with cocaine, amphetamine, methamphetamine, and can even happen when prescription stimulants are used. It is a sign that the drug is having adverse effects on your body. Stop - get help if needed. ...Read more
See below: Only a few days but the effects can last a lifetime. ...Read more
Possibly: Mrsa is a highly resistant staph bacteria. Anyone can become infected with this. Drugs that lower your immune system, drugs that lower your inhibitions or motivations, for example to take care of yourself, can lead to infections. So taking meth itself is not going to cause mrsa, but taking meth can trigger situations of poor hygiene, close contact with others, which can cause mrsa. ...Read more
Rehab: Stop taking them and focus on drug-free healthy lifestyle. Get help from drug rehab clinic. ...Read more
Overdosing?: If considering overdosing on anything, please stop and talk with someone. You can call 911, go to an er, or even call the national suicide prevention lifeline at 1-800-273-talk (8255), the latter will connect you with local resources. Using Cocaine or meth is extremely dangerous -- either can induce heart attack or stroke with one dose. Please get help. ...Read more
It is harmful to ALL: People, let alone diabetics. Stimulants, especially those related to adrenaline (like amphetamine and methamphetamine) increase blood sugar and other stress hormones, and clamp down blood vessels which can already be damaged in diabetics. Methamphetamine prematurely ages people, can cause heart attack and stroke, depression, anxiety and paranoia to the point of psychosis. Don't start it! ...Read more
Ice: Also known as meth or crystal meth, can cause anorexia, flushed skin, euphoria, restlessness, heart rate & blood pressure changes, rapid breathing, blurred vision, insomnia, tremors, seizures, heart attack, agitation & aggression. Long-term effects are permanent damage to blood vessels of heart & brain, damage to liver and kidneys and lungs, and Psychosis. ...Read more
NA..: Go to an NA meeting, listen to others and ask your question. Be with others who are cleaning up their lives from drugs. When you don't want to go back, go to another meeting. Stay with it. All the best! Http://www. Na.org/ ...Read more
Depends: There are a variety of screening tests which detect amphetamine like substances - metabolites of ephedrine, (ephedrine sulfate) Pseudoephedrine or others of the substituted phenethylamine group - a very large group. If positive on screening tool, gas chromatography / mass spectrometry will confirm the compound and its metabolites. ...Read more
Is there anything you can take or do to get your system clean and your unborn baby from methamphetamine?
How long does it take illegal drugs to get out of your system? Specifically methamphetamines if they are injected
It depends: If you only use it one time, probably within 48 hrs, i'll be out of your system if you detox yourself by drinking alkaline water. ...Read more
My friend is taking suboxine to get off methamphetamines. How long does he need to stay on it to not crave more? He was on crystal myth for 3 months
None: Suboxone is used for the treatment of opioid addiction not for methamphetamines detox. There is no fda approved treatment for detoxing off of methamphetamines. Since opioids have a different mechanism of action then methamphetamines, Suboxone will likely not work for detoxing off of meth. ...Read more
I have a friend who did methamphetamines kinda heavy she just found out she was pregnant and she is right at 5 months will the baby be ok and clean?
Stop now: I can't promise that Baby has not been damaged by "meth". If you are really her friend, this may be time for tough love. Your friend needs to stop -- even if she has no regard for her own health or life, she now must care for a child. If she loves the baby, the best thing she can do is raise the child in a drug-free home. ...Read more
If due very soon and hardly smoke methamphetamine an live in Australia do you know what I could do to stop or feel better without feeling stressed?
Meth Addiction: It depends on how much and how often you smoke meth. You need to find an Addictionologist who can help you stop safely so the baby will ave less of a chance of withdrawal. ...Read more
What are the main big symptoms of methamphetamine withdrawal? As well as best ways to fight through them (i know like will power, change habits etc.)?
See below: Stimulant withdrawal can be a highly unpleasant experience consisting of depressive/irritable mood (sometimes with hopelessness and/or suicidal thinking), fatigue/sluggishness, excessive time sleeping with vivid dreams and/or difficulty falling/staying asleep, and increased appetite. An inpatient mental health unit would be a safe environment conducive to successful detoxification. ...Read more
I want to be done with methamphetamine please, I am wondering if there is anything available to help a person get off of methamphetamine? I am scared about the after affects, and not sure what to expect. I am a nice person, who works hard who has a nas
Yes, and many do: All stimulants can be associated with serious adverse effects, ranging from caffeine to cocaine to methamphetamine. Heart attack and stroke, cardiac arrhythmias with heart stoppage or reduction in blood blow all can occur with any stimulant, sometimes even when used for the first time. Methamphetamine seems especially nasty, with a powerful addiction which appears to prematurely age people greatly ...Read more
Many ways effect: Shortness of breath, decreased appetite, irregular heart beat and high blood pressure, increased wakefulness, increased physical activity, extreme weight loss, insomnia, confusion, irritability, anxiety and violent behavior, psychotic effects, including paranoia, hallucinations, and delusions (for example, the sensation of insects creeping under the skin). ...Read more
Use methamphetamine: Using this drug occassionally for staying awake to study is not indicated and can be dangerous. If taken casually the medication can become addictive and is the reason why it is Controlled drug. Drink more coffee/tea. ...Read more
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