What Are The Consequences Of Speed To The People In Cheshire Who Use The Substance?
The user usually experiences a very high level of energy and on the flipside experiences moodiness and aggression when the effect is about to wear out.
It can also have other consequences:
Unusual alertness and talkativeness.
Clubgoers use it as it provides them the energy to dance for hours without been exhausted.
Loss of appetite (this sometimes find its way to diet pills due to this effect).
Some people become testy, fearful and even delusional when taking speed.
Dangers Of Taking Speed To The People Of Cheshire
There are dangers associated with taking speed.
It is very important to take note of the following health and life risks when taking speed:
Lack of sleep will result depending on the dosage taken.
The 'comedown', which can continue for a couple of days, can make addicts feel so sluggish and down, and you can develop focusing problems and with studying.
Speed exerts pressure on the heart, and therefore contraindicated for those with hypertension or any cardiac related condition; it has resulted in deaths of many due to high dosage.
Combining speed with anti-depressants or alcohol has been generally accepted to be deadly.
Excessive use of speed could affect your immune system resulting in more colds, flu and sore throat, in addition to its effects on diet and sleep. Speed can result in nervousness, gloominess, over sensitivity, hostility and fear and even severe hallucinations.
The introduction of speed via intravenous method is also notoriously risky.
It's very easy to dose excessively while injecting.
Speed is typically very crude, so other constituents apart from amphetamine enter the bloodstream.
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)
Some dangerous infections like hepatitis and HIV/AIDS can be transmitted through the shared needles, and other paraphernalia used when injecting speed into your body.