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What are the side effects of snorting the drug ice? What all does it do to the body & mind?

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Dr. Pamela Pappas
Psychiatry
4 doctors agree

In brief: Crystal Meth

Snorting crystal meth can damage your nasal septum. It's a stimulant that increases heart rate, breathing, and temperature as well as feelings of euphoria, excitement, alertness, confidence, increased libido, energy and strength.
It can also cause strokes and heart attacks; severe headaches; high anxiety; paranoia and panic attacks. Regular users may develop psychosis. Very addictive stuff.

In brief: Crystal Meth

Snorting crystal meth can damage your nasal septum. It's a stimulant that increases heart rate, breathing, and temperature as well as feelings of euphoria, excitement, alertness, confidence, increased libido, energy and strength.
It can also cause strokes and heart attacks; severe headaches; high anxiety; paranoia and panic attacks. Regular users may develop psychosis. Very addictive stuff.
Dr. Pamela Pappas
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Dr. Gregg Friedman
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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry

In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. Alan Ali
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