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A person high on meth may experience increased energy, decreased appetite, increased heart rate, blood pressure and sweating, muscle tension, shortness of breath and dry mouth. Psychologically a feeling of euphoria and alertness can become anxiety and paranoia.
Withdrawal symptoms can include exhaustion, confusion, depression, sleeplessness and anxiety. Meth comes in crystal form, powder, and pills and can be eaten, snorted, smoked or injected. While difficult, the addiction to methamphetamine can be treated and users can recover.
InOregon became the first state in the nation to require a prescription for over-the-counter cold medicines containing pseudoephedrine, such as Sudafed and Claritin D, used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine. Since then, the of meth labs discovered in the state has dropped ificantly.
According to the Department of Human Resourcesmeth labs were uncovered in Oregon incompared with fewer than 30 last year. In Lane County, only two meth labs — both dump sites or remnants of inactive labs — were discovered incompared with 84 in Home Help Lines.What is the street drug crank
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