Meth Abuse

It would be an understatement to say that if you are using meth you are abusing it. There are opinions out there that vary on the matter, including those who believe that meth can be used infrequently, without being considered abuse. I have personally never met a meth user who didn’t progress into a meth abuser.

Meth use usually starts out as a recreational activity (as most drugs do) and quickly becomes a habit. Abuse of meth is generally followed by some combination of abuse of health, body, family, relationships, freedom and life. Unfortunately, there aren’t many people who can say they used meth without abusing it, because that is the very nature of meth – it is extremely addictive.

The articles in this category discuss all types of meth abuse and the people who are effected as a result:

Calling BS on the Excuse: “I Have an Addictive Personality”

Lynn’s Story: Addiction & Meth Use in Pregnancy

Well Here I am, Smoking a Foil as I Write…

Man caught selling meth out of a kids store

Amy Winehouse Overdosed on Meth

Meth makes me skinny – I’m hot, right?

“Successful” People Use Meth too

Babies born to meth addicted mothers

Prometa – Controversial Meth Treatment Program

Try Meth – Kiss your future goodbye

Your Brain on Meth

Faces of Meth

Man tries to trade daughter for Meth?!

Meth almost wrecked me