The early warning network of researchers NIDA’s Community Epidemiology Work Group has conducted several surveys on meth addiction. South Carolina is considered one of the areas of concern based on the 21 major areas under observation for meth addiction. Although Meth is taken in many forms such as smoked, snorted, injected and orally ingested, the preferred method of use is smoking it. However, once the addict is unable to achieve the “high” as quickly and as potently as before, the switch to finding pleasure would be taken up a notch and that would be through intravenous introduction. The addict is now being exposed to other potentially dangerous elements such as diseases contracted with contaminated needles. The South Carolina Crime Prevention Department along with the Medical authorities of the state are working feverishly to educate the public on the dangers of meth addiction and also encourage those who are already addicted to seek treatment.
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