Speed makes addicts feel so excited, active and energetic, but can also make them feel disturbed and quarrelsome.
There are other consequences of using speed.
Unusual alertness and talkativeness.
Extended stamina and endurance to perform physical activities (party people use this in clubs to keep them up all night long).
Diet pills once had amphetamines as the key ingredient and they would suppress hunger feelings in people.
Speed use can result in trepidation, fearfulness or even a psychotic episode (this is a mental condition when you see or hear things that seem real but does not really exist and have hallucinations).
What Are The Dangers Of Using Speed In Kent ?
The resounding answer to this question is yes!
It is very important to take note of the following health and life risks when taking speed:
In regard to the amount you have consumed, it can cause relaxing and sleeping problems.
The comedown can lead users to feeling really unenergetic and down and persists for a couple of days and could possibly cause concentration and learning difficulties.
Since speed strains the heart, persons with conditions such as heart problems and high blood pressure should avoid it at all costs - it has caused deaths to so many people.
The infamously dangerous and fatal combination of speed with alcohol and antidepressants.
Using excessive amounts of speed, together with its influence on diet and sleep, can damage your immune system - so there's a possibility of getting more chills, flu, and sore throats. Speed can result in agitation, depression, irritability, aggression and paranoia; as well as mental illness, even to acute psychotic episodes ( this is a mental condition when you see or hear things that seem real but does not really exist and have delusions).
Speed injection in particular is very dangerous.
Injection increases the chances for overdosing significantly.
The purity of speed is very questionable and thus other substances get your system in addition to amphetamine.
Veins and arteries could be damaged due to injection and can lead to ulcers as well as gangrene (refers to when some body parts and bits begin to die)
During injection especially when sharing injection equipment such as syringes and needles, user's risk spreading HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis infections.