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speed Methamphetamine powder Common or street names: Crystal meth, Crank, Meth, Ice, Glass, Fire, Crypto, Chalkm may be abused by inhaling or smoking, swallowing, snorting through the nose, or by injection. Another common form of the drug is crystal methamphetamine, or “crystal meth”, which is clear, chunky crystals resembling ice.
How is speed abused?
speed Methamphetamine be abused by inhaling or smoking, swallowing, snorting through the nose, or by injection. Another common form of the drug is crystal methamphetamine, or “crystal meth”, which is clear, chunky crystals resembling ice. Crystal meth is smoked in a manner similar to crack cocaine and became popular in the 1980s. Street names for this form of methamphetamine include “ice”, “crystal”, “crank”, and “glass”.
What are the effects of speed?
Immediately after smoking or intravenous (IV) injection, the user experiences an intense sensation, often called a “rush”, which lasts only a few minutes and is described as extremely pleasurable. Oral or intranasal use produces euphoria or high, but not a rush. Snorting methamphetamine will lead to effects within 3 to 5 minutes, whereas oral ingestion takes 15 to 20 minutes.
Common, immediate effects of methamphetamine abuse include:
- increased activity and body temperature
- faster breathing
- increased concentration
- decreased appetite
- elevated blood pressure
- rapid heart rate
- increased libido (sex drive)
- a sense of well-being.
Some users become addicted quickly, and abuse it with increasing frequency and doses. As the pleasurable effects of methamphetamine disappear, abusers may use more and more drug to get the same effect. Using methamphetamine many times over a period of several days, usually without food or sleep, is often called a “run”.
Is speed Methamphetamine addicting?
Yes, methamphetamine (speed) is extremely addicting. Withdrawal from methamphetamine produces:
- severe depression
- intense cravings for the drug.
The health hazards from chronic use of speed Methamphetamine appear to be at least partially reversible. Recovery of dopamine transporter activity has been shown on brain neuro-imaging studies after roughly 2 years. Motor skills and verbal memory tests showed some recovery, but not all changes have been shown to reverse over time.
How do you treat a speed addiction?
Behavioral therapy remains the most effective treatment for speed Methamphetamine abuse and addiction, at this time. According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA), the combination of behavioral therapy and family education, counseling and 12-step support, drug testing and positive reinforcement for non-drug related activities has been shown to be effective.