Friday September 30th 2016

Trusted Helpline
Help Available 24/7
1-888-882-1456
PRIVACY
GUARANTEED

Adverse effects of meth on the brain (INFOGRAPHIC)

Adverse effects of meth on the brain (INFOGRAPHIC)

Embed this infographic to your website

Adverse effects of meth on the brain

You cannot predict how long the effects of meth will last, or how severe they will be. Psychologically, even after quitting, cravings may persist for years. Physiologically, prolonged meth use can cause permanent brain changes.

Adverse effects on the brain can include:

  • changes in brain, structure and function
  • deficits in thinking and motor skills
  • hallucinations
  • homicidal or suicidal thoughts
  • impaired judgment
  • increased risk of Parkinson`s disease
  • loss of coordination
  • memory loss
  • paranoia
  • permanent damage due to increased temperature
  • psychosis
  • repetitive motor activity

Leave a Reply

Trusted Helpline
Help Available 24/7
1-888-882-1456
PRIVACY
GUARANTEED