Is using meth dangerous?

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We know from personal experience that using crystal meth can be dangerous. Many of us have suffered serious consequences from using crystal meth. Some of us have ended up in emergency rooms, psych wards, or jails. Many of us became paranoid, hearing voices and believing we were being watched by the authorities or persecuted by other people. Some people claim that their crystal use led to HIV infection; others are resistant to many HIV medications because they stopped taking them while they were using. Hepatitis C, staph infections, syphilis, and other STDs were contracted by others. Other personal experiences have included:

  • Fatigue, insomnia
  • Weight loss/wasting
  • Heart problems
  • Lung collapse
  • Stroke or seizure
  • Brain hemorrhage
  • Meningitis
  • Skin abscesses
  • High blood pressure
  • Hypothermia
  • Anxiety
  • Hallucinations
  • Memory loss
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Depression
  • Psychosis

http://www.crystalmeth.org.au/faqs/

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About Carlee Walker

My name is Carlee and I'm a meth addict. I've been clean for nine years and celebrating normal life. Yes, a meth addict can have a normal life and the addiction can be like a scar on the knee. AND you don't have to face your addiction alone! Jesus has already promised to help us if we just call on Him - and my life is now fulfilling thanks to Him. Come, journey with me. Share with me. Grow with me. Together, we can celebrate normal life.

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