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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Methamphetamine Methamphetamine - Meth is either snorted, injected, or smoked- Meth is very dangerous because it gives you a false sense of energy- Meth affects dopamine levels in your body which make you feel good- Meth increases your heart rate and makes you do things you don't want to do Teens and older have used Meth in there lifetime (2004) 1/20 Meth is a Stimulant Nicknames: Crystal, Crank,Scooby Snax, Pookie, Ice, Meth Symptoms of meth abuse include:-increased attention and -decreased fatigue.-increased activity and wakefulness.-increased talkativeness.-decreased appetite.-euphoria and experiencing a rush.-increased respiration.-rapid/irregular heartbeat.-hyperthermia - Meth was created in 1919- Meth was originally used as a prescription drug- Meth is a white substance is can be either crystal or powder - Meth was used in WWII to keep troop awake .29 to .71% of people in Rhode Island use Meth .4% of the United States population use meth. Methamphetamine in the short term can increase wakefulness and physical activity and decrease appetite. Methamphetamine can also cause, rapid heart rate, irregular heartbeat, and increased blood pressure Long term effects of Meth include anxiety, confusion, insomnia, mood disturbances, and violent behavior. They also may show psychotic features, including paranoia, visual and hearing hallucinations, and delusions
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