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Tips for meth addiction recovery

Discussion in 'General Substance Abuse Discussion' started by Hollow_frame, May 15, 2020.

  1. Hollow_frame

    Hollow_frame Member

    Hello everyone! I am currently struggling to find a way out of my meth addiction. I feel as if I am slowly becoming someone who is not me. I have been delusional and my connection with reality is warped. I recognize this and want to quit, but I always seem to get more. I don't want to do this anymore but I can't seem to muster the will to fully let go. I am asking anyone who may be able to guide me through this process so that I may recover. If anyone is willing to post tips to help me through it I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you!
  2. JamesTheBest

    JamesTheBest Member

    Long-term use of meth can cause significant damage to the brain. The Drug Enforcement Administration warns that chronic and prolonged meth exposure can damage as many as half of the dopamine-producing cells in the brain and potentially even more of the serotonin-containing nerve cells. If you have symptoms like: Anxiety, Paranoia, Depression trouble with memory, aggressive behaviors - you have meth addiction. addictionresource - if you need additional information or help.
    Get well!
  3. landmarkboston1

    landmarkboston1 Active Contributor

    The majority of people who stop drinking alcohol with immediate effect will go on to suffer from mild to moderate Withdrawal Symptoms Of Alcohol due to the body reacting to the cutting off of a substance that it has become dependent on. Alcohol withdrawal syndrome is a term used to describe the body's subsequent state once the alcohol is no longer consumed after a long period of consumption