Methamphetamine or meth is a bitter-tasting, white, odorless powder which is either smoked or taken orally and is popularly known as “speed”, “chalk”, ”ice” etc. Meth addiction leads to wakefulness resulting in an increase in physical activity, blood pressure, heart rate and body temperature. Long term effects can vary from dental or oral problems to mood disturbances leading to aggressive behavior, confusion, anxiety and ultimately insomnia. A potentially strong addictive stimulant, the effects of meth is generally long lasting as it affects the central nervous system.
Statistics show that meth addiction in Maryland is on a fast decline with only 1 death resulting from an overuse of meth reported in the year 2000. In fact this has resulted in the federal court charges for meth becoming as low as 1.7% in this state compared to the national average of 14.5%. This drug is not produced in the state and is imported from California and Mexico by the Mexican drug lords. Addiction to meth can also be successfully treated and meth addicts can easily be rehabilitated in the society. This in itself acts as an impetus to go through our web directories and look for listings of meth abuse treatment centers so that these addicts can be given proper treatment and completely cured.
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