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Using speed can lead to health, social and financial problems. What is speed? It is part of the amphetamine family of drugs, which includes the more potent crystal meth ice. Some amphetamines are prescribed by doctors to treat medical conditions such as narcolepsy an uncontrollable urge to sleep or ADHD.

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Federal and state laws provide penalties for possessing, using, making, selling or driving under the influence of amphetamines without a prescription from an authorised person.

Amphetamines (speed): what are the effects?

Additionally, spedd are excreted in human milk, and mothers who taking amphetamines should be advised to refrain from breast feeding. The effects of amphetamines, as with any drug, also depend on the amount taken. Remember that you cannot judge content or purity by appearance. Amphetamines speed : what are the effects?

You can also roll it up in a cigarette paper and swallow.

Drugs affect people dpeed and mixing different drugs can lead to unpredictable effects Like all stimulant drugs, speed can affect your sleeping pattern which can have a huge impact on your mental wellbeing. Speed is a drug that can become addictive and lead to health, social and financial problems. It can be swallowed, injected, smoked or snorted.

People taking it may experience a strong urge to re-dose as well as increased alertness, concentration, motivation and sex drive and a decreased appetite and desire to sleep. Dispose of needles responsibly.

See also, the law. There are immediate effects, effects from coming down and long-term effects of amphetamine.

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Also called: amphetamine sulphate, upper, phet, billy, whiz, sulph, base, dexedrine, dexamphetamine. Yes, an overdose is possible with methamphetamine abuse. At low doses, methamphetamine also blocks the re-uptake of dopamine, but it also increases the release of dopamine, leading to much higher concentrations in the synapse the gap between neuronswhich can be toxic to nerve terminals. They can only be prescribed by a medical practitioner for medical reasons.

Effects of amphetamines

The effects are felt immediately if the drug is injected or smoked, or within half an hour if snorted or swallowed. There are also laws against forging or altering a prescription or making false representation to obtain amphetamines or a prescription for them. Others, including speed, are produced and sold illegally.

Speed is a stimulant ('upper'). Risk of strain on heart and liver Risk of damage to the skin around and inside your nose from contact with powder Mixing with alcohol, prescription medication or any other drugs risks unexpected, harmful and unpleasant effects Harm reduction If you choose to take amphetamine then the following steps can help to reduce harm.

Speed (methamphetamine)

Speed is an off white or pinkish powder and can sometimes look like crystals. Speed can cause jaw clenching so have chewing gum handy to keep your mouth moving, you can roll the chewing gum on your tongue to give your jaw a break from chewing. How amphetamines affect a person depends on many things including their size, weight and health, also whether the person is used to taking it. Effects Effects of speed, when snorted, can take up to 30 minutes to appear and can last for hours.

Some amphetamines are prescribed by doctors to treat medical conditions such as narcolepsy an uncontrollable urge to sleep or ADHD. Oral methamphetamine has a half-life of roughly 4 to 5 hours. Similar to cocaine, methamphetamine blocks the re-uptake of dopamine. You can mix it in drinks or inject it. In contrast to cocaine, which is quickly removed from and almost completely metabolized in the body, methamphetamine has a much longer duration of action, and a larger percentage of the drug remains unchanged in the body.

Speed has a strong smell and bitter taste. It can be a powder or tablet which you sniffswallow or inject.

How is speed abused?

Methamphetamine can easily cross into the brain. Use the smallest needle you can without it becoming blocked. Is speed use in pregnancy dangerous? You can also search our list of Support Services for services in your local area: Help and Support See more Support Services Use of amphetamines is restricted. Methamphetamine therefore remains in the brain longer, which ultimately le to prolonged stimulant effects. Follow good hygiene practice and wash injection sites before and after.

Speed can lead to sleep deprivation

How it's used. Sspeed neurotoxic effect of methamphetamine causes damage to brain cells that contain dopamine. There is no standard amount of speed in powder. Death can result from hyperthermia elevated body temperatureconvulsions and cardiovascular collapse.

Research is continuing to assess the effect of methamphetamine use on social interactions, cognition and medical health in children exposed to methamphetamine in utero. Rotate injection sites. However, amphetamine is also an active metabolite of methamphetamine, peaking in blood levels in roughly 12 hours. Use a different nostril each time. The effects of amphetamines (speed) vary from person to person. It is important to be careful when taking any type of drug.

Immediate effects

It can be a. High doses or chronic use have been associated with increased nervousness, irritability, paranoia, confusion, anxiety and aggressiveness, all typical side effects expected from a high-dose stimulant. For injecting Only use clean needles and supplies. Avoid injecting into the neck and groin.

Taking speed with alcoholover-the-counter drugs and prescribed tranquilisers for example Xanax or Valium can cause unpredictable, dangerous effects. If you have been jaw clenching, rinse your mouth out with salty water. Limited human studies have shown increased rates of premature delivery, low birth weight, separation of the placenta from the uterus, fetal growth retardation, heart and brain abnormalities, and withdrawal symptoms.

Methamphetamine releases high levels of the brain chemical dopamine, which stimulates brain cells, enhancing mood and body movement. May increase over-confidence, aggression, sexual arousal, paranoia, decrease desire for sleep and reduce appetite. Other effects include jaw clenching, restlessness, aggression and paranoia.

Find out about its effects and associated risks.