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Methamphetamines are stimulant drugs that affect the central nervous system and have a very high addiction rate. They are class II schedule drugs which means you have to have a prescription to obtain them. When the doctor prescribes these drugs, it is at a much lower dose than which is bought on the streets. Most of the methamphetamine drugs that are abused come from illegal labs or foreign countries. The people who are making them are in danger themselves and endangering all of those involved in the process.

MethamphetaminesMethamphetamines are white, bitter powder that does not have a smell and can easily dissolve in water. They can be taken by snorting, smoking, needle injection and orally. When you use them excessively it causes drastic changes in the brain functions. Abusing them can cause emotional and memory problems, in addition to the physical damage it does to the body.

Treatment for Methamphetamines Addiction

It is important to learn information about treatment options for addiction to methamphetamines. When being treated for addiction to methamphetamines, the most effective treatments include inpatient rehabilitation, behavioral therapy, individual counseling, and family education.  If you or someone you love is addicted to methamphetamine, you should get help fast. The effects of them can cause changes to your personality and health, erratic and dangerous behaviors and cause you to be violent to yourself or those around you.

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If you or someone you love has an addiction to methamphetamine or if you need more information about addiction, please call Stop Your Addiction now to speak with a specialist. One of our professional counselors will be more than happy to assist you or a loved one with any questions you may have. Addiction or substance abuse do not have to be in control any longer.

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