Crystal Meth Research Paper

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This study examines thoroughly how the crystal meth effects an individual and society, the paper aims to show how harmful this drug is, and how people get harmed by the drug named methamphetamine or referred to as a crystal meth. Meth belongs to the drugs that’s known as psychostimulants, this drug creates a false sense of happiness and well-being. For many of the meth addicts to quit can be daunting or terrifying. There is no medication approved for the treatment and the effects are short has long termed consequences.

Effects of Crystal Meth Do you know how many people are abusers of crystal meth in United States of America (USA)? CITATION(fix it) : According to the statistics given in the booklet by foundation of Drug-Free
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It sold illegally in the city in contemporary groups, all over the USA of petty dealers sell crystal meth, it is a super-concentrated and most common type of methamphetamine. It is inferred through a cooking process that can’t be completed without some chemicals that are ammonia, pesticides etc. Addiction of this drug plagues in America and much of the world, it is more addictive than cocaine and alcohol. Crystal Meth can be swallowed, injected or smoked and often it produces temporary positive feelings and energy enhancement. In USA abusing of crystal meth is quickly developed, since the early nineties this drug has been spread from Central California to Oregon and Washington. Crystal meth abusers often range from age 14 to 33, unfortunately meth has such a negative effects in the body, and it destroys the life of the abusers and their society where they live…show more content…
Also meth has long-termed effects, meth can cause to death, and becoming addicted just for one try or just one time is not worth it because that one time can kill you. Why it causes death? This drug damages vessels in the brain and heartbeat changes so cardiovascular collapse is caused or death. As claimed in booklet - The truth about Crystal Meth: “In the long term, meth use can cause irreversible harm: increased heart rate and blood pressure; damaged blood vessels in the brain that can cause strokes or an irregular heartbeat that can, in turn, cause cardiovascular collapse or death; and liver, kidney and lung damage”. Most of the time it is harmful on the skin of a person that is a continuous abuser by destroying the skin and causing dental problems. Some more long termed effects of meth are stroking and Alzheimer’s disease due to harm that is done to the brain. Not only have those effects, meth causes continued by different effects in the body of a
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