Meth Withdrawal

Meth addiction is an addiction to Methamphetamine, which is a synthetic central nervous system stimulant first made in Japan in the late 1800s. It has had peak as a popular stimulant in the 1980s, yet recently it has made a small comeback as a party drug. Meth is highly addictive and deadly. In fact meth is so addictive that users begin to exhibit meth withdrawal symptoms almost immediately.

Like many drugs each meth addict will exhibit withdrawal symptoms that are unique, yet there are some universal meth withdrawal symptoms that can be found in every meth addict going through the difficult withdrawal process.

Meth withdrawal symptoms include:

  • Excessive sleeping
  • Increased appetite
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Craving

Although meth withdrawal is difficult, it is a necessary component of meth treatment and full meth addiction recovery.

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