Doctor insights on:
Orange Juice And Crystal Meth Effects
I was curious as to the effects of orange juice or other acidic drinks high in vitamin C on the half life of adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine)?
A psychostimulant, controlled drug schedule ii, with abuse potential. It acts to enhance Dopamine and norepinephrine in the body, including the brain. It can decrease appetite- was used as a diet pill, treat narcolepsy and adhd, pathological fatigue, sea sickness. Derived from ephedra plant ...Read more
I took a sip of orange juice while on my 10 mg Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) prescription. Will this affect the dosage?
No effect: A glass of orange juice will not affect the dosage available to the brain. Not to worry.... ...Read more
Cocaine vs meth: Methamphetamine is structurally similar to amphetamine and dopamine, but very different from cocaine. Cocaine is quickly removed & almost completely metabolized in the body. Meth has a longer duration of action and more of it remains unchanged in the body -- staying in the brain longer with prolonged stimulant effects. Chronic meth causes structural brain changes & emotional & cognitive problems. ...Read more
What are the most common effects on the brain, including mood disorders, sleep, etc in a person using crystal meth for 9 months?
Mood instability: Stop now before you create permanent changes, which can happen with chronic use. Abstinence often starts with both craving and a desire to sleep a lot. Once the fatigue is past, if it's only been 9 months, things should head back to normal. Expect some irritability at first. Just don't be tempted to treat that with meth! ...Read more
Welbutrion diminished the effects from adderall completely. Stopped buproprion for 2 months, used crystal meth and still no euphoria. Is thispermenant?
Better stop: Better stop this dangerous behavior. You are going to end up doing harm to yourself or worse death. Get off all of this. ...Read more
Severe problems!: Crystal meth can cause poor growth due to restricting blood flow to the placenta. It can cause premature separation of the placenta with bleeding, premature birth and possible bleeding for the mother and baby. There is a risk of both maternal and fetal death. Meth may also cause later brain problems for the baby. There is also possible risk from lifestyle issues for women using illegal drugs. ...Read more
I use crystal meth&also mix norcos, Xanax, (alprazolam) somas&trazodone. I know the mixing is unsafe&I'm ok w dying but I'm wondering how meth effects the combo?
Please seek help: This pattern of multi-drug use is very dangerous. Crystal meth is the most dangerous and addictive of the medications. All of the other drugs you are using cause sedation and the meth causes excitation of the nervous system so may offset the sedation of the other drugs. Please seek help immediately. There is treatment. You do not have to die from this. ...Read more
Is there anything you can take to make you come down quicker from smoking crystal meth to neutralize the effects?
Please get help: Quickly.Get a more detailed answer ›
Work with an addicti: Specialist through your PCP, so they can monitor your progress together, and safely get you through your withdrawal. Medical supervision is strongly advised. Great to hear your willingness to get off this dangerous recreational drug, and move toward health and longevity., ...Read more
Why make&use meth: ..For as many different reasons as there are people who use drugs and alcohol. Make: to sell or use. Use: to escape life's pains, to briefly feel better, to fit in with peers. Once used, the drug can generate a powerful addiction that drives the person to find, make, use the drug at any cost, including teeth, mind, heart, skin, and life. ...Read more
Cigs./Meth: In the long run, both are equally dangerous. ...Read more
Healthy longer life: Jib is just one slang term for crystal methamphetamine, and isn't any different than any other "brand" of this awful drug. What you should expect is relapse, unless you get involved in some form of support system. It is a difficult drug to quit, and congratulations on making the decision. There is no "withdrawal" syndrome, though fatigue and increased appetite and sleep may occur, lasting < 1 week. ...Read more
Seek help: It often takes help to recover from an addiction. This could be an md, addictions therapist or 12 step program. 12 step meetings are held in every city and town. Sometimes emotional difficulties are mixed in with the addiction and your physical health can be affected. Start with a good addictions and health evaluation. Ask your md. For an thorough eval. And a referral. Good luck. ...Read more
Donn't even try it!: Don't even try it!Get a more detailed answer ›
Li sx, et al august 2013 - just published a paper on "depression and alteration" in both the "hpa" axis and the hypothalamic-pituitary-thyroid axis - see http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/23913817
however - thyroid issues are probably the least of your worries if there is methamphetamine involved. I would get off of it or get help. ...Read more
Has a "cousin" drug that may cause hemorrhoids but that's the least of it. Meth produces central nervous system stimulation, thus the euphoria. The rest of ones life can be destroyed, social relationships, job, health, etc. Please get help for this situation now before it gets worse. You can do it. Peace and good health. Here's a link
http://www. Osteopathic. Org/inside-aoa/events/omed/news/2014-news/Pages/meth. Aspx ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor online
- Side effects crystal meth and aspirin
- Birth control and crystal meth effects
- Chills after crystal meth
- Crystal meth muscle cramps
- Crystal meth arthritis gout
- Vomiting nausea crystal meth
- Joint inflammation crystal meth
- What counteracts the effects of crystal meth?