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Health Methamphetamine Addiction Perhaps the most detrimental long-term health problem caused by methamphetamine use is addiction. The risk of becoming addicted to methamphetamine is very high for people who use the drug. Addiction can be described as "the state of being enslaved to a habit or practice or to something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming, such as narcotics, to such an extent that its cessation causes severe trauma." – dictionary.com. Somebody that uses methamphetamine over a long period of time may find that his or her brain has changed. Doctors and scientists are starting to discover how problematic these changes can be. Meth and the Brain Addicts who are chronically addicted to methamphetamine tend to act out in random violence. The long term changes in the brain can manifest as hallucinations – both visual and auditory, paranoia, and dementia. Many long time abusers of methamphetamine have experienced formication, which is the feeling that insects are all over their bodies. More than twenty percent of methamphetamine addicts develop an affliction in their brains that is very similar to schizophrenia. This stays with them even after they stop using the drug and in many cases it cannot be treated. The damage to the brain can be so bad that it becomes very hard to tell a meth addict from somebody who has schizophrenia. Recent Studies Doctors and scientists are currently studying the destructive effects of prolonged methamphetamine abuse. They are doing this through brain imaging. In California, twenty-six long-term meth addicts’ brains were studied using magnetic resonance spectroscopy. The results were staggering. Each of the meth addicts’ brains showed a great amount of damage compared to the brains of non-addicts. A different study was done using a PET scan. PET stands for positron emission tomography. This study showed that the brains of long-term meth addicts had far less brain cells that are required to make dopamine when compared to the brains of people who do not use methamphetamine. Other Health Risks People who abuse methamphetamine have a greater risk of getting Parkinson’s disease than those who don’t use the drug. Extended Methamphetamine use can cause neurotoxicity, which can cause ongoing problems in the brain, such as memory loss and the inability to pay attention. The use of methamphetamine is greatly associated with suicide and depression. It can also lead to anxiety and violence and heart disease. The heart lining can actually become inflamed. People who inject the drug are prone to skin infections and they put themselves at risk of contracting HIV, AIDS, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C. How to Get Help At Narconon Vista Bay Rehab, we believe that the most successful method of treating an addiction to methamphetamine is to first rid one’s body of all the drug residues stored in the fat cells. Cleansing the body with Narconon’s New Life Detoxification Program can do this. Here, a person under our supervision will sweat out all the chemicals that have been stored in his or her body through a combination of sweating in our Sauna, exercising, and nutrition. The drug deposits often lay inactive in a person for years and can get re-released into their cardiovascular system causing powerful drug yearnings. Getting these out of the body is an integral part of beating an addiction to methamphetamine or any other drug – illegal or prescribed. When someone gets addicted to a drug it is probably due to a psychological reason of which drug addiction is just a byproduct. Narconon Vista Bay drug rehab will train a person to confront his or her life and take accountability and control of it. Narconon Vista Bay drug rehab will help a person patch-up damaged relationships with family and friends, which are the result of the person’s former lack of confront and control. When a person gets to the point that they are in control of their life and are happy and productive without methamphetamine, the desire to use meth diminishes. If you or somebody you know has a problem with methamphetamine addiction and you feel like you are unable to fix it on your own, you should contact Narconon Vista Bay Rehab. We are here for you and we understand. We care, and can help you to find an inpatient drug rehab center and get you or a loved one on the road to a healthy, happy, and productive life. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: