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Male Meth Addicts Personality Change
Can one fully recover from meth psychosis, or will some negative personality traits stay? Long term drug abuser with bipolar in family history.
Drug abuse: With professional help and great personal commitment, it's possible to recover from meth addiction and psychosis. However, pre-existing personality issues and possible bipolar disorder will still need to be addressed. It's not just a matter of stopping the meth -- it was the person's attempt to deal with problems, so new methods will be needed. Ongoing 12 step programs can be essential. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Personality Changes (Definition)
Personality change is a symptom in which a person's personality (the sum of his traits, emotions, behaviors, and thought patterns) has altered. Temporary changes can be due to fatigue, hormonal changes, drug abuse, medication side effects, etc ...Read more
I have seen pictures of meth addicts after a couple of years. Why do they look so bad? Just not eating rite?
A close member of my family is a recovering addict of meth, i think she may be relapsing. What should I do?
Mutual support helps: Consider attending a meeting of al-anon or nar-anon for the families and friends of alcoholics and addicts. ...Read more
Recently my fiancé relapsed on meth. We are both meth addicts and have been clean for months but now I have the urge to use again?
Get your life back!: Drug addiction is a treatable disease and it’s never too soon to receive a professional help. Meth has the highest rate of relapse and it requires addicts to make substantial changes in their lifestyle. See your PCP to get a referral for inpatient drug rehabilitation, the preferred method of treatment for meth. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was a recovered meth addict for a year and just recently relapsed i can't seem to find anyways to get energy any ideas so i can stop using?
Relapse: Relapse is not unusual, and is often part of the process of recovery. It can be difficult to get through the times after you use meth, because energy does feel depleted along with neurotransmitters being depleted too. I suggest working with an addiction medicine doctor on this problem. There are inpatient programs, and also community help is available at: http://www.Crystalmeth.Org/index.Php. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do you ever think that a meth addict may be right when they say they hear voices? Ever heard of gang stalking? Do u believe this to be possible?
Wow...: Neither is good. Meth addicts can become psychotic, this may involve hallucinations, break with reality, paranoic & high risk for death and suicide if not treated. Detox or referral to crisis unit is needed. Gang stalking is slang for multiple people harassing following someone. The meth world/dealers and gangs involved in dealing can be quite dangerous. Detox and treatment is a start. ...Read more
This is difficult to say, but I am an addict of meth and typically have to get high because the withdrawls are so severe. I notice that i started getting dehydrated, and by the time i notice its too late. Well friday my left sidevn back started hurting. S
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