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Does Methamphetamine Make You Sweat
Not: A paper i wrote in 1996 showed that nicotine does essentially the same as the ingredients of stimulats like vivanse. They may supplement the same ability to think and function, particularly in people who have reduced ability to concentrate. Maybe you are looking for more of the relief from anxiety that some people experience with stimulants. ...Read more
It impair food drive: Certain drugs including opioids and Cocaine have ability to impair food drive. Drug users are loosing weight because they just do not perceive hunger/need to eat. Needless to say though that outcome of such weight loosing strategy very dismal. It is addiction. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not normally : That isn't a common side effect.If you note that when you are on the medication and it stops when you stop themed and recurs when you restart it it probably is related to they'd and is parcel at to you. ...Read more
Not common but poss: It is not a common side effect, but metadate can cause increase in anxiety symptoms. Thus in someone with a tendency to have sweaty palm in anxious situation, metadate can certainly do this..Otherwise, it is not a common side effect. If not taking it for 5-7 days stops the hand sweat, then you have your answer..If wosrens, consult doc...Good luck. ...Read more
How will i know what does Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) make your body feel like?
UNIQUE. WATCH NERVES: No one is a clone. The best way is to start very low and increase every 1-2 days. More focus, less impulsivity if that is an issue. Basically reversal of add/adhd symptoms. Insomnia, nausea, anxiety means these things must be watched for. U need ekg on it. Just recall over 300 items cause add symptoms. ...Read more
Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine): Depending on the dosage, yes this is one of side-effects. ...Read more
Meth mouth: Meth mouth is a dental condition characterized by severe decay and loss of teeth, as well as fracture, enamel erosion, and other oral problems symptomatic of extended use of the drug methamphetamine (meth). The specific cause of the condition is unknown, although drug-induced xerostomia (dry mouth) and bruxism (grinding of the teeth) are thought to be involved.En.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/meth_mouth. ...Read more
Cocaine: Maybe it's not an irritant to your airway. But be warned, it is doing many other harmful things to your nasal passages/ blood vessels/ heart/etc that you may not feel but you most assuredly will be adversely affected by... ...Read more
Why did people create drugs to make your body vomit? Why would anyone want to make themselves vomit and create a pill that does so?
Treating poison: Making a patient vomit may be part of the treatment for ingestion of many toxic substances depending upon when they were ingested. Syrup of ipecac was often given in hospital emergency departments for that purpose. The alternative was to insert a nasogastric tube for drainage of the stomach contents. ...Read more
Yes!!!: Hydrocodone is a narcotic painkiller and is related to morphine, heroin and codeine. Very addictive in those using it daily for long periods of time (can happen in a few weeks). However, if you need a strong painkiller after surgery or dental work for a few days it is ok. Often narcotics have several effects: fatigue, confusion, unable to think or drive well, nausea and constipation. ...Read more
Does yoga make your sweat? How much? Also, when you do yoga, do you feel humid or maintain normal temperature?
No: Not that I am aware of.Get a more detailed answer ›
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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