One amazing thing about meth is that it actually makes the user feel more confident, more attractive and desirable. Meanwhile, you can judge for yourself how desirable and attractive the meth user is in the picture.
Meth is possibly the most addictive drug because of the very small amount of time it takes to get hooked. In correlation, it is also one of the hardest drugs to break free from the addiction of. Dr. Krista Gilbert, CEO of Michael’s House says, “The quicker an addict seeks help for their methamphetamine addiction, the higher the chance becomes for a full recovery. The damage done to the brain after years of meth use causes lasting brain damage and behavioral problems such as paranoia and psychosis.” And that’s not all it does.
Meth corrodes the face and teeth. It causes the blood vessels to constrict, and cuts off the steady flow of blood to all parts of the body. Sores take longer to heal, the skin loses its elasticity, and the hallucination of meth makes the user pick away at their skin until it is raw, blistered and torn apart. Bugs, man, bugs. They’re under my skin! Pick, pick, scratch, scratch.
Imagine thinking you have bugs crawling under your skin?
Look at those side-by-side pictures again. There’s only a four year difference in them! The chick is probably no more than 35 (ish).
Meth Week, it’s not for the faint of heart.