Possible short-term effects of Chrystal Meth are: loss of appetite; faster heartbeat; high blood pressure; increased body temperature; dilated pupils; Sleep disorders; Nausea; bizarre, erratic, sometimes violent behavior; hallucinations; hyperactivity; irritability
Panic and psychosis.
Excessive doses can cause seizures, seizures and death.
Long-term effects of Crystal Meth are: Irreversible damage to the blood vessels in the heart and brain; Hypertension, which can lead to heart attacks, strokes and death; Damage to the liver, kidneys and lungs; Infectious diseases and abscesses; Malnutrition, weight loss; Severe tooth decay; Disorientation, apathy, confused exhaustion; strong mental dependence; psychoses; Depressions; Brain damage similar to Alzheimer's disease; Stroke and epilepsy
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The consumption of "Crystal Meth" can cause delusional states that can last a very long time.