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This page contains vital information that individuals need to know when it comes to understanding exactly how dangerous meth is and how wide spread meth abuse is becoming. We provide links to information about state wide meth use, the harmful effects meth can have on a pregnant women and her unborn child, meth use and the brain and much more. Click on the links below to read more information on the topics that interest you.

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    Co-Occurring Disorders and Stimulant Use

    Mood disorders are described by extreme emotions like major depression, bipolar disorder and dysthymia. Bipolar disorder use to be referred to as manic depression and dysthymia is a milder form of chronic depression but it's still a chronic condition. Anxiety Disorders Anxiety disorders are described by very strong fears and behaviors of avoiding situations or people. This disorder includes Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Social Phobia, Agoraphobia, and Panic Attacks....

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    Changing Faces of Meth Abuse

    In a short period of time some people become chronically addicted to methamphetamine. Between binges and loss of sleep, poor eating habits, poor hygiene, and mood disturbances, meth begins to take its toll on the user. Sadly the meth user's health begins to falter and it starts to show....

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    Abstinence from Meth Use

    When a person is working toward recovery from meth addiction their goal is to remain abstinence from the use of methamphetamines and other drugs of abuse. Some people are able to remain abstinent without the need of entering into a treatment facility while others are in need of a more intense form of therapy....

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    Meth Abuse and Brain Adverse Effects

    People who abuse methamphetamines don't think about the consequences or long term effects associated with their use of meth. They are abusing the stimulant in order to get high not thinking about how meth might affect them later on. Unfortunately the misuse of crystal meth and other stimulants comes with negative consequences. Repeated use of methamphetamines like crystal meth not only causes tolerance that leads to addiction but there are many other risks involved. Moods are altered differently depending on how meth is used but the lasting effects from long term use no matter how methamphetamines are abused can be quite serious....

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This is current data, resources and information to help educate individual's bout methamphetamines. It serves to educate meth's effects on the lives, health and metal impacts of addicts and society as a whole. This is current data, resources and information to help educate individual's bout methamphetamines. It serves to educate meth's effects on the lives, health and metal impacts of addicts and society as a whole.

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