Because there are many different types of meth and various ways it can be used, there are many different signs that the drug is being abused, both from the paraphernalia used to the physical signs on the body.
Meth Use Paraphernalia
Physical Signs of Meth Use
Methamphetamine use also raises the risk of contracting infectious diseases like HIV and hepatitis B and C. These can be contracted both by sharing contaminated drug injection equipment and through unsafe sex. Regardless of how it is taken, methamphetamine alters judgment and inhibition and can lead people to engage in these and other types of risky behavior.
Because of the unique way meth can make the user feel, trying to hold on to the euphoric feeling can lead an individual down the path of addiction. Meth addiction can result in severe weight loss, detrimental oral decay, heart and nervous system problems not to mention overdose or death. If you or someone you know needs help from meth addiction, do not hesitate to contact us at (888)357-7577.