Yes. One hit and some people are addicted. A person trying heroin once or twice will not get as addicted so quickly. Crystal Meth is also easy to come by and cheap so it's popular out on the streets. The effects of this stuff are utterly devastating, so leave it alone! Crystal meth is very expensive and ordinary poor people cannot afford it. the withdrawal symptoms for crystal meth are worse than those of heroin. ----- The distinction needs to be made between typically low quality meth and what is know as ice (or crystal meth). If you are referring to ice, then yes, it is rather expensive. But you can find lower quality meth rather cheaply. In many rural areas, it is much, much easier to find meth than it is to find heroin, and it is also much, much cheaper. I don't know if you could argue that the withdrawal symptoms are worse than heroin. One that becomes addicted to heroin or an opiate is going to go through severe physical withdrawals that may require hospitalization. In some cases, a heroin replacement, such as methadone or suboxone, is required to treat heroin withdrawals. On top of this, there are psychological withdrawal symptoms as well (i.e. insomnia, depression, anxiety, agitation, extreme cravings, etc). With crystal meth, physical withdrawal is minimal. For the most part, the withdrawals are psychological in nature. Insomnia, depression, anxiety, agitation, and other psychological withdrawal symptoms are present, like with heroin. These psychological withdrawal symptoms often improve (but are likely still present) after 3-5 days of cessation of use. Withdrawal from meth is typically a much shorter process than withdrawal from heroin.
It can be instantly addictive. No joke. Leave it alone, please.
Other names include Ice, Yabba, Tina, Glass and Christine.
This is an extremely powerful and addictive stimulant drug.
increased arousal and activity levels
Very similar to Crack only longer lasting effects, upto 4-12 hours
Not a drug to experiment with.
no, there is no such thing as "crystal methadone"
Crystal Methamphetamine, is a crystallized form of a methamphetamine, an amphetamine drug.
Despite all the fear mongering by the media there is a legal form of methamphetamine that is prescribed for ADHD called Desoxyn, which is methamphetamine.
Desoxyn is different than other ampthetmaine based drug treatments such as Dexedrine (dextroamphetmaine) and Adderal, which contains a cocktail of various types of amphetamines, but does not include methamphetamine.
Methadone is is a synthetic opiate which is mainly used to treat opiate addicts. Methadone is often successful in treating opiate addicts from their illegal opiate use due to it's long half-life. Methadone can last 24-36 hours as opposed to a few hours for heroin or oxycontin.
Because of methadone's long half-life is is also used for treating pain in some long-term users.
There is controversy over the use of methadone in drug-treatment as some feel that addict are just trading one high for another.
This is just simply not true. The way methadone works on the opiate receptors is very different than other opiates, there is no feeling of euphoria or state of complete bliss from methadone like there is from heroin.
Because of this, methadone does not work for some people. For people who need amphetamines to function, they are lucky to have their wide variety of choices of amphetamine.
There is research a historical proof that opiates are successful in treating depression and anxiety (9 times out of 10 more sucessful in treating depression and anxiety where other medication and therapy has not worked)
Unfortunately opiates are still not accepted by society to be used to treat depression even though amphetamines technically are allowed and amphetamines are much worse for the human body than opiates are.
Yes crystal meth is mentally addictive.i am a meth addictive and its very harsh on your mental being...withdraws are very excruciating...dont do it..its really hard to kick...
No. Abruptly stopping after long term meth use will not cause any withdrawl symptoms, thus it is not physically addictive. However, it is highly psychologically addictive.
Crystal Meth is physchologically addictive, but some argue that. Usually the drugs that are physically addictive are Benzos, Opiates and Alcohol
Yes, heroin is more addictive then alcohol.
Some people believe that meth is more addictive then cocaine. I think that doctors could be right on this idea that meth is more addictive and more harmful then cocaine.
The active ingredient in tobacco (nicotine) is supposed to be as addictive, if not even more addictive, than heroin.
Yes, Tobbaco is way more addictive than alcohol.
No alcohol is one of the most addictive substance, marijuana is not even close of been addictive compared to alcohol.
No. Oxycontin contains oxycodone where as heroin is diacetylmorphine. Both are opiates.
no. there are no physical withdrawal symptoms from nicotine as there are with heroin. however nicotine is more addictive than heroin.
Heroin and methamphetamine are both much more addictive than crack.
Quantifying the "addictiveness" of a drug is difficult, because each person's brain chemistry is slightly different and the values therefore differ from one person to another. Suffice it to say that both are highly addictive. Of the two, nicotine is probably the sneakier.
Extremely addictive... more addictive than any other drug. Prescription or otherwise. More pure than Heroin... Do not take unless you have severe to very severe pain.
because its more addictive