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8 May, 2017
Meth is one of the most addictive substances in the United States. Many people have reported getting addicted to meth in as little as one use. The feelings of euphoria, alertness and confidence that result from use have a powerful effect on the brain reward system.
The rush of dopamine from meth abuse is much higher than the natural amount of dopamine produced in the brain. This reinforces the behavior of abuse and likelihood of binging. After the reward system is rewired, the cravings for meth often take over a person’s life.
Overcoming a meth addiction is difficult because the drug hijacks the brain reward system, impairing healthy decision-making. An addiction treatment program can help meth users break their physical and psychological dependence on the drug. Please call us now for help finding treatment.