The side effects, which arise from the use and abuse of methamphetamine, include irritability, nervousness, insomnia, nausea, depression, and brain damage.
‘Tweaking’ refers to using meth or manifesting behavior modified by meth use, such as repeated, useless movements.
Common signs of Meth addiction:
The initial side effects of methamphetamine are pleasurable, but ongoing use of meth causes mental confusion, severe anxiety, and paranoia. Methamphetamine users tend to be both aggressive and paranoid and can resort to violence. There is a direct relationship between methamphetamine abuse and increased incidents of domestic violence and child abuse.
- Lack Of Sleep
- Appetite Loss
- Nervous Twitching
- Grinding Teeth Or Jaw Clenching
- Poor Dental & Skin Health
- Dilated Pupils
- Loss Of Coordination
- Slurred Speech
- Intense Anger
- Obsessive Behavior
- Blaming Others (Unable To Take Responsibility)
- Avoids Family & Normal Friends
- Abnormally High Amounts Of Energy
- Panic Attacks