Originally recognized for its ability to have positive effects when medically prescribed to address certain medical conditions, meth is now being categorized as a popular substance abuse drug that is causing many problems for the government and public. Most of the meth substance can be easily created in illegal laboratories, which is not only dangerous to the eventual user but also equally dangerous to the people working in the labs and to the environment. Long-term abuse of the meth drug can significantly affect the motor skills of the user. There is also evidence that meth can also impair the brain in the cognitive responses, severely enough to cause disabilities. Initially the meth user will enjoy heightened bouts of increased energy levels, alertness and confidence, but this will slowly diminish as the user increases the frequency and dosage of the drug. This is mainly because the brain is now getting used to the meth drug, thus needing higher doses to achieve similar results. At this juncture, the addict will experience paranoia, heightened by the hallucinations and delusions which seem to constantly plague the addict.
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