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Methamphetamine is one of the most addictive stimulants that is neurotoxic in nature. It is also known as ‘meth’ and according to experts it is one of the most dangerous drug on the earth. This drug is widely available and is very easy to use but what actually makes it dangerous is the fact that this drug can be manufactured out of ordinary household products. Methamphetamine is most commonly available in two forms : Crystallized form that is known as ‘Crystal meth’ and powdered meth. Apart from the difference in their appearance both the drugs have similar effects on the user.

Ice, crystal and crystal meth are the more pure form of the drug and it is usually an opaque crystallized rock that is abused in different ways. The powdered form of meth is available under the street names of speed or tina and is less powerful the crystal meth. Powdered meth is usually snorted, smoked, eaten, heated and injected.

How Methamphetamine Causes Chemical Dependence

The use of methamphetamine gives the abuser a false sense of well-being and happiness and the user seems to feel an increased sense of energy, confidence and wakefulness. The causes of methamphetamine addiction are largely undetermined and experts believe that it is caused by a number of factors that include:

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  • Genetic – It is often seen that people who have close family members suffering from an addiction or have struggled with an addiction are more likely to develop an addiction in life.
  • Environmental – A person who suffers from a disturbed home life are more likely to abuse drug to cope with the emotional problems that they face.
  • Psychological – It is often seen that a person suffering from meth addiction has an underlying mental illness and in order to manage the symptoms of that illness he turns to substance abuse.

Rehab for Meth Addicts

Meth addiction is a serious problem and needs immediate medical attention. Rehab treatment programs for meth addiction are available in both inpatient and outpatient facilities.

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