One thing probably most meth addicts would agree on if they were to be totally honest with themselves, is that the addiction is so powerful and strong no matter how badly their life is being affected, they have an even stronger need to continue their use.
Meth addicts can have their life 'hanging on by a thread' and still continue to use no matter what the consequences end up being. Meth addicts not only risk serious and dangerous health related complications from using meth but they also destroy relationships with their families and loved ones in the process. Many meth addicts end up doing jail or prison time because of their drug use and even when losing their freedom, they still aren't willing to get help for their addiction.
Now that meth can be easily produced addicts are risking their lives attempting to make the dangerous drug by combining toxic chemicals together on their own. Many people have been killed or severely injured and burned while illegally manufacturing meth and if they survived, have gone right back to using and cooking the drug again.
One man's addiction to meth has landed him in prison after being severely burned when chemicals exploded while cooking the powerful destructive drug. He nearly lost his life and works hard every day to overcome his addiction to meth and hopes his story helps others that are struggling with addiction according to wkyc.com.
You can turn your life around before it's too late and learn from others who have been there. Meth addiction will eventually destroy your whole life and possibly cost you your freedom or even your life someday if you don't get help now.
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