Meth and crystal meth create a false sense of feeling good and energetic, and therefore the user is inclined to push his body to more speed, more than where it is calculated. When the effects of the drug have been developed, drug users has a huge “bang” and gain mental and physical collapse.
Through the continuous use of the drug takes away the natural feeling of hunger, allowing users to experience a significant weight loss. The negative effects may also include, disturbed sleep patterns, hyperactivity, nausea, delusions of power, increased aggressiveness and irritability.
Other consequences are insomnia, confusion, hallucinations, anxiety and paranoia. In some cases the use convulsion leads to death.
Long term damage
In the longer term, the use of meth cause irreversible damage: increased heart rate and blood pressure, damage to blood vessels in the brains, leading to strokes or irregular heartbeat, stagnation of blood or death. It can cause liver, kidney and lung damage.Â There are strong indications that users suffer brain damage to, memory corruption and a growing inability to understand abstract thoughts. Those who recover often suffer with “holes” in memory and extreme mood swings.
Cocaine gives a brief arousal (high, intoxication), immediately followed by the opposite, a lack of intense work and life, irritability, and therefore a desire for more of the drug. People who use it often does not eat or sleep properly. They can increase heart rate, muscle spasms and convulsions undergone. The drug can make people paranoid one feel angry, hostile or anxious, even if not high (under influence) are.
Regardless of the amount or how often it is used, cocaine increases the risk of heart attack, stroke or breathing difficulties, all of a sudden death.
What are the effects of cocaine long term?
The phrase “dope sample” was originally coined to describe the negative side effects of continued cocaine use. Because tolerance for the drug increases, have increasing amounts of the drug used for the same “high” to achieve. Prolonged daily use causes insomnia and loss of appetite. A person can become psychotic and may have hallucinations.Â Because cocaine affects the way in which the brains chemical process, it has been more and more of it to themselves just to feel normal. People who become addicted to cocaine, losses (as with most other drugs) their interest in other activities.Â If one tries to kick the habit can become so depressed that he would do anything to get more drugs, even commit murder.And if he or she can not get cocaine, then the depression so severe that it can drive the addict to suicide.
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