Meth belongs to the group of drugs called stimulants and is not a narcotic. Read more about the addictive potential of meth and it’s placement under the Controlled Substances Act, here.
Learn how meth can affect every part of the human body and the consequences of meth abuse on your health. More here.
The time it takes for meth to kick in varies by HOW you take it. However, once methamphetamine is absorbed, the biological effects are the same regardless of the route of exposure. More on meth onset here.
Methamphetamine (meth) is one of the most addictive stimulant drugs out there. In this article we’ll take a look at the most common issues considering the use of meth and its effects on the human body.
After you take meth, peak concentrations can be detected in your bloodstream about 3 hours later, but meth effects can last for up to 12 hours after administration. How long does meth stay in the body? More here.
Snorting meth (methamphetamine) can cause short and long term effects which result in physical and mental deterioration and even death. More on effects of snorting meth here.
Meth overdose can occur from 100 mg – 5g of methamphetamine. Weight, general health, and tolerance all factor into the meth overdose equation. More on methamphetamine overdose here.
Meth can stay in the body much longer than cocaine. So how long does meth linger in the system? How addictive is meth? We explore here.
Meth works as a stimulant by changing the way the body processes chemicals in the central nervous system. More on the effects that meth has on the body, brain, and nervous system here.