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XLolaBabyX posted over 7 years ago

Ew, sure if you wan’t be a 23 year old who looks like a 60 year old. I’ll pass…...

analyzinglife posted over 7 years ago
This is a poem a young Native American woman wrote while addicted to meth and in jail for drug charges. AS you will read she fully grasped the horror of the drug, adventually released from jail but was true to her story..the drug owned her as they soon found her dead not long after with the needle still in her arm.

I destroy homes I tear families apart
Take your children and thats just the start.
Im more costly than diamonds, More precious than
the sorrow I bring will be a sight to behold.
If you need me , remember Im easily found
I live all around you in schools and in town
I live with the rich I live with the poor
I live down the street and maybe next door
Im made in a lab , but not like you think
I can be made under your kitchen sink
In your childs closet and in the woods
If this scares you to death it certainly should.

I have many names but theres one you know best
Im sure you heard of me , my name is Crystal Meth
MY power is awesome, try me you'll see
but if you do you may never break free
Just try me once and I might let you go
But try me twice and I'll own your soul
When I possess you , you'll steal and you'll lie
You do what you have to just to get high
The crimes youll commit for my narcotic charms
will be worth the pleasure you'll feel in your arms
You'll lie to your mother and still from your dad
When you see their tears you should feel sad
but you'll forget your morals and how you were raised
I'll be your conscience , I'll teach you my ways.
I take KIDS from parents and PARENTS from kids
I turn people from God and separate friends
I'll take everything from you , your looks and your pride
I'll be with you always , right by your side
You'll give up everything your family your home
your friends your money then you'll be alone.
I'll take and take untill you have nothing more to give, when Im finished with you'll be lucky to LIVE.
If you try me bewarned-this is no game
If given a chance I'll drive you in sane.
I'll ravish your body , I'll controll your mind
I'll own you completely your soul will be mine
The nightmares I'll give you while lying in bed
The voices you'll hear from inside your head
The sweats the shakes the visions you'll see
I want you to know these are all gifts from me
But then its too late and you'll know in your heart
That you are mine and we shall not part.
You'll regret that you tried me they always do
But you came to me ..not I to you.
You knew this would happen, many times you were told
But you challenged my power and chose to be bold
You could have said "NO" and just walked away
If you could live that day over, now what would you say?
I'll be your master , you'll be my slave
I'll even go with you , when you go to your grave.
Now that youv'e met me what will you do?
Will you try me or not? Its all up to you.
I can bring you more misery than words can tell.
Come take my hand, let me lead you to hell.
analyzinglife posted over 7 years ago

what do you call someone who hasn’t slept in fourteen days?


analyzinglife posted over 7 years ago

A speedfreak is out walking one fine evening. He finds a poor person on the street and helps him up. The poor person says, "Son, I'm a genie. And since you helped me I'll give you three wishes."

The speedfreak says, "I want a big bag of meth!", the genie says."Okay." POOF, the bag appears! They prepare some thick long white lines and share it between the two of them.

The next morning the genie asks "What's the second wish?", "I want two big bags of meth", says the speedfreak. "Okay," says the genie. POOF! And they prepare it and snort it between the two of them.

The next morning the genie asks "And the third wish?" "I want four big bags of meth!" POOOF!! So, they prepare lots of big lines and share it between the two of them.

Much later the genie gets up and says, "Okay, it's time for me to go." The genie takes a couple of steps, pauses, turns around and says, "Okay, just one more wish."

analyzinglife posted over 7 years ago
Meth addiction is a very serious and sometimes life threatening dilemma. Not only is it difficult for the addict, it is extremely hard on those around them who care about them. For the addict, admitting they have an addiction problem can be difficult. However painful this may be, it must be acknowledged as the first gradient to overcoming the problem. The next hurdle is being willing to seek & accept help from an addiction professional. It can be hard for an addict to confront the fact that they can not do it alone. Once this fact is accepted, it is time to seek the appropriate professional treatment. Drug rehab programs based on the social education modality are highly successful. This means that individuals who are recovering from Meth addiction are not made wrong for their past indiscretions, but are taught how to future ones. They are provided with on how to change their lives and how to live comfortably without Meth. Receiving treatment for addiction should be done in a safe & stable environment that is conducive to addiction recovery. studies show that residential treatment programs of at least 3 months in duration have the best success rates. 3 months may seem like a long time, but one day in the life of an individual addicted to Meth can feel like an eternity. Addiction is a self imposed hellish slavery. The chains can be broken people do it everyday. You can be free!

Drug rehabilitation is a multi-phase, multi-faceted, long term process. is only the first step on the road of addiction treatment. Physical alone is not sufficient to change the patterns of a drug addict. Recovery from addiction involves an extended process which usually requires the help of drug addiction professionals. To make a successful recovery, the addict needs new tools in order to deal with situations and problems which arise. Factors such as encountering someone from their days of using, returning to the same environment and places, or even small things such as smells and objects trigger memories which can create psychological stress. This can hinder the addict’s goal of complete recovery, thus not allowing the addict to permanently regain control of his or her life.

Almost all addicts tell themselves in the beginning that they can conquer their addiction on their own without the help of outside resources. Unfortunately, this is not usually the case. When an addict makes an attempt at and to discontinue drug use without the aid of professional help, statistically the results do not last long. into the effects of long-term addiction has shown that substantial changes in the way the brain functions are present long after the addict has stopped using drugs. Realizing that a drug addict who wishes to recover from their addiction needs more than just strong will power is the key to a successful recovery. Battling not only cravings for their drug of choice, re-stimulation of their past and changes in the way their brain functions, it is no wonder that quitting drugs without professional help is an uphill battle.

As an organization we are dedicated to finding the correct solution for your specific addiction problem. Our referral list contains over 3,000 resources which encompass the following treatment categories :

Meth Center
Meth Rehab
Meth Treatment
Meth Addiction Treatment
Meth Addiction
Meth In-Patient Treatment
Meth Out-Patient Treatment

Q) What is Methamphetamine?

A) Methamphetamine is a stimulant drug chemically related to amphetamine but with stronger effects on the central nervous system. Street names for the drug include “speed,” “meth,” “crystal,” and “crank.” Methamphetamine is used in pill form, or in powdered form by snorting or injecting. Crystallized methamphetamine known as “ice,” “crystal,” or “glass,” is a smokable and more powerful form of the drug.

Q) How widespread is Methamphetamine addiction?

A) Methamphetamine use has spread to all areas of the United States and continues to be on an upswing. Estimates from the Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN) indicate that methamphetamine-related emergency room episodes increased 346 percent from 1991 to 1995.

Q) What are the effects of Methamphetamine addiction?

A) A methamphetamine-induced “high” artificially boosts self-confidence, many users are overcome by a so-called “superman syndrome.” In this state, methamphetamine abusers ignore their physical limitations and try to do things which they are normally incapable of performing. Meth is highly addictive because people often continue using the drug to an inevitable crash that comes when the drugs’ positive effects begin to wear off. Even first time users experience many of meth’s negative effects.

Methamphetamine’s negative effects include, but are not limited to, the following:



Visual hallucinations

Auditory hallucinations (hearing “voices”)

Suicidal tendencies


Suspiciousness, severe paranoia

Shortness of breath

Increased blood pressure

Cardiac arrhythmia



Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea

Long periods of (“crashing” for 24-48 hours or more)

Prolonged sluggishness, severe depression

Weight loss, malnutrition, anorexia

Itching (illusion that bugs are crawling on the skin)

Welts on the skin

Involuntary body movements

Paranoid delusions

Severe amphetamine induced depression and/or psychosis
Methamphetamine stimulates the central nervous system, causing chemical reactions in the brain and tricking the body into believing it has unlimited energy supplies and draining energy reserves needed in other parts of the body. This is why meth addicts tend to stay awake for long periods of time and then eventually crash, feeling tired, depressed and much worse than they did before they took the drug. Chemical imbalances in the brain and deprivation commonly associated with continued meth use result in hallucinations, extreme paranoia and often bizarre, violent behavior.

Meth causes extensive damage to the body, and can cause death or permanent physical damage.

Physiological effects of methamphetamine use include:
Abnormally high blood pressure; rapid and irregular heart rate and rhythm; seizures; damage to blood vessels in the brain (stroke); accumulation of excess fluid in lungs, brain tissue and skull; continuous/excessive dilation of the pupils; impaired regulation of loss; Hyperpyrexia (body temperatures higher than 104°); internal bleeding; damage to other organs caused by disruption of blood flow; and breakdown of muscle tissue, leading to kidney failure.

Similar to other drug substances, smoking and inhaling meth damages the lungs and nasal passages, and intravenous use can lead to spread of the AIDS virus.

The drug appeals to the abuser because it increases the body’s metabolism and produces euphoria, alertness, and gives the abuser a sense of increased energy. But high doses or chronic use of meth, also known as “speed,” “crank,” and “ice,” increases nervousness, irritability, and paranoia.

Q) How is Methamphetamine used?

A) Methamphetamine addiction has three stages:: low intensity, binge, and high intensity. The binge and high-intensity abusers smoke or inject meth to achieve a faster and stronger high; the patterns of abuse differ in the frequency in which the drug is abused and the stages within their cycles.

The binge abuse cycle is made up of these stages: rush, high, binge, tweaking, crash, normal, and withdrawal.

Rush (5-30 minutes) -The abuser’s heartbeat races and metabolism, blood pressure, and pulse soar. Feelings of pleasure.

High (4-16 hours) -The methamphetamine addict often feels aggressively smarter and becomes argumentative.

Binge (3-15 days) -The methamphetamine addict maintains the high for as long as possible and becomes hyperactive, both mentally and physically.

Tweaking -The most dangerous stage of the cycle. See section below.

Crash (1-3 days) -The addict does not pose a threat to anyone. He becomes very lethargic and sleeps.

Normal (2-14 days) -The abuser returns to a state that is slightly deteriorated from the normal state before the abuse.

Withdrawal (30-90 days) -No immediate symptoms are evident but the abuser first becomes depressed and then lethargic. The craving for methamphetamine hits and he may becomes suicidal. Taking methamphetamine at any time during withdrawal can stop the unpleasant feelings so, consequently, a high percentage of addicts in treatment return to abuse.

High-intensity abusers, often called “speed freaks,” focus on preventing the crash. But each successive rush becomes less euphoric and it takes more meth to achieve it. The pattern does not usually include a state of normalcy or withdrawal. High-intensity abusers experience extreme weight loss, very pale facial skin, sweating, body odor, discolored teeth and scars or open sores on their bodies. The scars are the results of the abusers’ hallucinations of bugs on his skin, often referred to as “crank bugs,” and attempts to scratch the bugs off.

The most dangerous stage of meth abuse for abusers, medical personnel, and law enforcement officers is called “tweaking.” A tweaker is a methamphetamine addict who probably has not slept in 3-15 days and is irritable and paranoid. Tweakers often behave or react violently and if a tweaker is using alcohol or another depressant, his negative feelings and associated dangers intensify. The tweaker craves more meth, but no dosage will help re-create the euphoric high, which causes frustration, and leads to unpredictability and potential for violence.

A tweaker can appear normal: eyes can be clear, speech concise, and movements brisk. But a closer look will reveal the person’s eyes are moving ten times faster than normal, the voice has a slight quiver, and movements are quick and jerky. These physical signs are more difficult to identify if the tweaker is using a depressant.

Tweakers are often involved in domestic disputes and motor vehicle accidents. They may also be present at “raves” or parties and they may participate in spur-of-the-moment crimes, such as purse snatchings or assaults, to support their habit.

Q) Where does Methamphetamine come from?

A) Methamphetamines can be produced virtually anywhere. Motel rooms, trailer parks, and suburban homes can all be turned into clandestine “meth” labs capable of producing substantial quantities of the drug. The technical know-how needed to produce methamphetamines can easily be found on the internet. These peculiarities make the production of methamphetamine unique, and especially difficult to control. Recent analyses have indicated that methamphetamine from these labs can be as high as 97-99 percent pure.

About the only thing that stands in the way of widespread production and distribution of methamphetamine is the limited availability of the chemicals required to make it. Ephedrine and hydriotic acid, two components of methamphetamine, are tightly controlled in the United States. Yet the recent surge in methamphetamine use suggests that drug traffickers are finding ways around this impediment.

Although the precursor chemicals may be effectively regulated in the United States, in Mexico they are not. Highly organized Mexican drug trafficking syndicates have taken advantage of their country’s lenient regulatory practices to dominate the United States’ methamphetamine trade. Utilizing the same trafficking routes through which up to 70 percent of the cocaine arriving in the United States now passes, the Mexican trafficking organizations have been able to deliver the chemicals needed to produce methamphetamine to associates living in the United States. These associates then “cook-up” and distribute the final product. In addition to this practice of illicit chemical diversion, these criminal groups also smuggle methamphetamine produced in Mexico to the United States.

Q) When did Methamphetamine abuse start?

A) Amphetamines – Amphetamine, and methamphetamine are collectively referred to as amphetamines. Their chemical properties and actions are so similar that even experienced users have difficulty knowing which drug they have taken.

Amphetamine was first marketed in the 1930s under the name Benzedrine in an over-the-counter to treat nasal congestion. By 1937, amphetamine was available by prescription in tablet form and was used in the treatment of the sleeping disorder narcolepsy and something called minimal brain dysfunction (MBD), which today is called attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). During World War II, amphetamine was widely used to keep the soldiers going. During this period, both ( and methamphetamine (Methedrine) became easily available.

As use of amphetamines spread, so did the tendency to become addicted. Amphetamines became a cure-all for helping truckers to complete their long routes without falling asleep, for weight control, for helping athletes to perform better and train longer, and for treating mild depression. Intravenous amphetamine abuse spread among a subculture known as “speed freaks.” As time went on, it became evident that the dangers of abuse of these drugs outweighed most of their therapeutic uses.

In 1965, greater attempts to control amphetamines were instituted with amendments to the federal food and drug laws to curb the black market in amphetamines. Many pharmaceutical amphetamine products were removed from the market and doctors prescribed those that remained with reluctance. In order to meet the ever increasing black market demand for amphetamines, illegal laboratory production mushroomed, especially methamphetamine laboratories on the West Coast. Today, most amphetamines distributed to the black market are produced in clandestine laboratories.
analyzinglife posted over 7 years ago
Not long after it was first synthesiszed, specialists found it to be extremely useful in the treatment of Attention Defecit Disorder
(ADD). For folks who were easliy distracted and couldn;t focus on their work or studies, it proved to be a miracle drug. What
happens when people who do not suffe from this malaise take it on a recreational basis. One can describe it as Hyperfocus. In
the drug world, its known as Tweaking. Suddenly the most mundane tasks appear to have almost supernatural importance.
There is extreme fascination with detail and minutia. Often time it can provoke bizarre behavior. With that we give you the

10. Build color-coded compartments for your sock drawer.
9. Spend the weekend working simultaneously on 12 equally
anal-retentive household projects, none of which will ever be completed.
8. Meticulously clean and disinfect your entire bathroom including
removal of all mildew spots - especially the sub-microscopic ones.
7. Engage in wild and deviant sex for periods of anywhere from 4 to 40
hours (with or without a partner)
6. Drive to Wal-Mart at 4:00 am to purchase $300 of various item from
the hardware and office supply departments - $280 of which you will
5. Work overtime at Barnes & Noble bookstore rearranging the stacks and
you're not even employed there.
4. Read through six months of Beekeepers Weekly magazine and find every
article fascinating.
3. Finally get two hours of badly needed sleep - standing in line at the
2. Spend the afternoon waiting for the DEA to raid you - one hand on the
binoculars, the other on the flush handle of the toilet.
1. Go on a 90 minute diatribe about your five day trip to Estes Park in
Colorado (the one you took with your family in the second grade)and your
audience s an 80 year old. old grandmother standing in line with you at the
checkout counter of the grocery store. But she's not listening to your story.
Instead, she's staring at your shopping cart trying to figure out why the hell
anyonewould want to buy 75 boxes of Antihistitabs (48 count @). Meanwhile, the
college student standing in line behind her knows why you're getting the
pills but what he can't figure out is why the anorexic looking checkout
attendant is allowing you to make a purchase of this size, but what he doesn't
know is that the attendant receives a weekly bribe of . . . blah - blah - blah - blah - blah - blah - blah - blah -
blah - blah !
Crusha posted over 7 years ago

So what's the downside Shardsy?

catus23 posted over 5 years ago

The next morning the genie asks "What's the second wish?", "I want two big bags of meth", says the speedfreak. "Okay," says the genie. POOF! And they prepare it and snort it between the two of them

Meth Addiction

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LUNATIC CULPEPPER posted over 5 years ago