Crystal Meth

What's Crystal Meth:
This is a crystalline kind of methamphetamine having white color. It could be inhaled, injected into the veins or might be smoked. Widely used route may be the inhalation through the nose. Some may would rather be injected in the blood using the needle although some may take it orally. This drug produces a false a sense euphoria, well-being, energetic and enhancement of activeness. Euphoria will be the state in which a person feels intense excitement and happiness. Normally the effect of the drug lasts from 6 to 8 hours but will also last A day will depend on your the body. It's also from the decreased appetite. -

Outcomes of Crystal Meth at Low Doses:
The moderate or therapeutic dose is used in health concerns like attention disorders (such as add, adhd hyperactivity disorders) and sleep problems (narcolepsy). A number of the associated features are shown below:
� Poor appetite
� Duration in the effect is between Three to four hours.
� Tachycardia ( Rapid pulse rate)
� Tachypnea (Rapid breathing)
� High hypertension (hypertension)
� More than usual blood sugar levels level.
� Mydriasis ( dilation of the pupil)
� It cause dilatation of some while constriction of other vessels.
Connection between Crystal Meth at High Doses:
� Hypervigilance.
� Increased alertness.
� Fever
� Excessive sweating
� Mild headache
� Vision disturbance
� Intense excitement
� Restlessness
� Dizziness
� Quick response time

At even higher doses:

You might experience following symptoms as a result of hyperstimulation with the Central Nervous Symptoms.

� Anxiety
� Restlessness
� Insomnia ( difficulty in falling and/or staying asleep)
� Rapid heart could potentially cause irregular rhythm of the heartbeat.
� Shaking movements from the hand or another part of the body. Also known as tremors.
� Aggressive and violent behavior
� Loss of coordination
� Flushed face

Dangerously higher doses:
� Loss of orientation
� Confusion
� Hallucinations (perception even without external stimulus)
� Delusions
� Anti-social and violent behavior
� Rapid heartbeat might cause palpitations
� Abdominal pain
� Frequent spells of dizziness
� Extreme restlessness
� Involuntary purposeless movements. -