Causes feelings of intense highness, increased energy and alertness but is also associated with agitation and aggressiveness feelings in users.
Other Causes of Speed
Unusual alertness and talkativeness.
Extended stamina and endurance to perform physical activities (party people use this in clubs to keep them up all night long).
Loss of appetite (this sometimes find its way to diet pills due to this effect).
Speed can also leave users feeling panicked, agitated and psychotic attacks (referring to a mental state under which people see and hear non-existent things and hallucinations)
The Risks In Taking Speed According To Drug Rehab West Midlands
Speed use comes about with some risks.
These are the effects it could have on you:
In regard to the amount you have consumed, it can cause relaxing and sleeping problems.
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.
Taking speed alongside other anti-depressants is a known cause of death
Your immune system can be subjected to strong attacks if you take high doses of speed that affects diet and sleep - this could be in form of more sore throats, colds and flu. Speed can leave one feeling anxious, irritable, depressed, paranoid and aggressive and mental disorders like intense psychotic episodes ( which is a mental state characterised by hearing and seeing things that don't exist and hallucinations)
Injecting speed is extremely hazardous.
Overdose occurs quickly with infusions.
Speed is mostly a concoction of many substances so what goes into your body is not clean.
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)
During injection especially when sharing injection equipment such as syringes and needles, user's risk spreading HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis infections.