Methamphetamine addiction is currently on the rise especially in the South East Asia region.
Methamphetamine is a potent central nervous system stimulant and the withdrawal symptoms are complicated.
The use of the drug affects the brain function, triggering the release of neuro transmitters such as serotonin and dopamine. This causes increase in euphoria with higher levels of energy and increased sociability observed. Once the drug begins to wear off. The individual would feel miserable and would experience something similar to a drunk hangover.
Methamphetamine withdrawal symptom includes anxiety, depression, fatigue, hopelesness, muscle ache and insomnia. In order to avoid the withdrawal, methamphetamine abusers would consume more, leading to binges and which can cause overdose, paranoia, delusion an hallucination. Binges will usually lead to a crash where the user would sleep for many days and the cycle would then repeat itself with increasing doses.
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