Nine Symptoms of Crystal Meth Usage
The damaging effects of Crystal Meth have been all the more clear recently with pop artist Fergie’s revelations of the extent of personal paranoia, fear and altered reality she experienced while on the drug.
Fergie recently discussed the details in an Inews interview published last Thursday. The Black Eyed Peas singer has been quite candid with her use of Crystal Meth and the living hell it plunged her into. Her weight plunged to 90 pounds and she battled periods of drug-induced psychosis. A dynamic and strong-willed personality, she’s now more than 14 years clean and a mother—a fortunate survivor of her encounter with this drug. Not all users are this fortunate as the drug has extremely damaging effects.
Brought further into public view through American TV Drama Breaking Bad, Crystal Meth was actually first synthesized in 1919 in Japan and was later used in World War 2 to keep soldiers awake.
Short-term effects of Crystal Meth include:
- Loss of appetite
- Increased heart rate, blood pressure and body temperature
- Dilation of pupils
- Disturbed sleep patterns
- Panic and psychosis
- Bizarre, erratic, sometimes violent behaviour
- Hallucinations, hyper-excitability, irritability
- Convulsions, seizures and death from high doses
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