Meth Hallucinations

Hallucinations are one of the major side effects of meth use. Sometimes it comes after prolonged use combined with a lack of sleep and other times it happens early on without much use. Meth hallucinations can evolve into a psychosic or a form of schizophrenia and can become a long-term mental health issue for addicts.

Meth changes your brain chemistry and users who suffer from hallucinations may hear things, see things, act out and become completely delusional. The articles in this category discuss some of the issues that surround methamphetamine induced hallucinations:




Meth Intervention: Cristy


Fergie’s Meth Addiction: Psychosis


Lucifer’s baby: Man found guilty of murder


Meth Hallucinations


Voices of Meth: “Lucifer’s baby”