What Are The Consequences Of Speed To The People In Lancashire Who Use The Substance?
Speed heightens the emotions of users, makes them vigilant and full of vigour, on the other hand, it can make people nervous and violent.
Other Causes of Speed
Speed causes over wakefulness, electrifies people and make them gossipy.
Extended stamina and endurance to perform physical activities (party people use this in clubs to keep them up all night long).
Previously, amphetamines were the major constituents in diet pills because they are capable of quenching hunger.
Speed use can result in trepidation, fearfulness or even a psychotic episode (this is a mental condition when you see or hear things that seem real but does not really exist and have hallucinations).
What Are The Dangers Of Using Speed In Lancashire ?
There are dangers associated with taking speed.
It is very important to take note of the following health and life risks when taking speed:
It can be hard for you to relax or sleep, depending on the quantity you used.
When the high is over, the resulting low may result in very little energy and inability to focus in class and can last many days.
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
Excessive use of speed could affect your immune system resulting in more colds, flu and sore throat, in addition to its effects on diet and sleep. Speed can result in nervousness, gloominess, over sensitivity, hostility and fear and even severe hallucinations.
Infusion of speed is particularly deadly.
Injection increases the chances for overdosing significantly.
Given that this is not actually the cleanest form of amphetamine (in contrast to ice), you are risking the chance of getting other substances in every dose.
Infusing speed has the potential to damage veins and arteries; there is also the possibility of speed causing ulcers and gangrene.
Other contagious diseases (hepatitis and HIV) are being spread when using speed via the sharing of infected needles.