Signs of Meth Overdose

Meth Overdose

Recent reports show the rise of methamphetamine abuse in the west and in many parts for Europe. Meth abuse is increasingly becoming a drug pandemic with production and distribution growing significantly. The drug has become cheap and available with growing supply and demand. The rising number of usage has also been accompanied by a rising number of overdoses from the drug. In 2018, the United States reported 67,367 overdose deaths from meth. These numbers have been on the rise especially because the drug has become cheaper and easily accessible. Methamphetamine, commonly known as meth is classified as a Schedule II …

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