Methamphetamine is an extremely potent and highly addictive central nervous system stimulant. The use of this drug was once considered to only be found in rural, lower-income communities, due to the simplicity of production. In recent years, the use of methamphetamine has become widespread across the United States and the globe. A common misconception is that the use of methamphetamine immediately results in an altogether deterioration of one’s physical appearance and life-circumstance. This is not the case, as the use of the drug initially produces desirable effects like euphoria and motivation. It is important to note the signs and symptoms of meth use, so the cycle of abuse can be interrupted as soon as possible. If you or someone you know near Longmont Colorado is struggling with meth addiction, call The Redpoint Center today to speak to someone who can help.

Here is a list of the symptoms associated with methamphetamine use:

  • Increased sociability and loosened inhibitions
  • An unexplained euphoric affect and positive outlook
  • Loss of appetite and weight loss
  • Dilated pupils and rapid eye movement
  • Odd sleeping patterns; being awake for prolonged periods and followed by a “crash”/long periods of sleep
  • Twitching, facial tics, unusual mannerisms/body language
  • Dramatic mood swings
  • Anxiety/paranoia/delusions/psychosis

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