Methamphetamines (a.k.a. Crank, Chalk, Crystal, Fire, Glass, Go Fast, Ice, Meth, Speed)

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What are the short term effects of Methamphetamines?

The short term effects are increased wakefulness & physical activity, decreased appetite, increased breathing, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, increased temperature, irregular heartbeat.

What are the long-term effects of Methamphetamines?

The long-term effects are anxiety, confusion, insomnia, mood problems, violent behaviors, paranoia, hallucinations, delusions, weight loss, severe dental problems, intense itching leading to skin sores.

What are the symptoms of withdrawal?

There are symptoms of withdrawal that include depression, anxiety, and tiredness.

How are Methamphetamines used?

Meth can be swallowed, snorted, smoked & injected.

What does it look like?

Methamphetamines are pills or white powder, crystal meth looks like glass shards or shiny blue-white rocks.