Faces of Meth: The Horrifying Reality of this Brutal Drug Addiction

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Spread the love         Tweet    Acne appears or worsens. Obsessive skin-picking often causes meth users` faces to be covered in small sores and scarring – the result of a common sensory hallucination of bugs crawling beneath the skin. Meth, like other stimulants, suppresses appetite and can lead to undernourishment due to long periods without eating. Over time, …

 Acne appears or worsens. Obsessive skin-picking often causes meth users` faces to be covered in small sores and scarring – the result of a common sensory hallucination of bugs crawling beneath the skin.
Meth, like other stimulants, suppresses appetite and can lead to undernourishment due to long periods without eating. Over time, the body begins consuming muscle tissue and facial fat, giving users a gaunt, hollowed-out appearance.
“Meth Mouth” is caused by several factors; tooth enamel is dissolved by the harsh chemicals of the drug, the blood vessels contained in healthy gums and teeth shrink, increasing the rate of decay, the production of saliva diminishes, allowing harmful acids to further damage the mouth, cravings for sugary foods increases with meth use, oral hygiene is typically neglected while high, and heavy tooth-grinding is an additional side effect of the drug.
The combination of skin issues, facial fat and muscle loss, hygiene neglect and increased oral decay lead to the appearance of exaggerated aging, sometimes shockingly so.

Addiction touches nearly every family, ravaging physical and mental health, relationships, and personal finances. Mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, daughters and sons. No one is immune to the frightening long-term impact of hard drug abuse. What follows is a sobering depiction of REAL individuals who`ve fallen victim to the temptation of drug use – in this case, Methamphetamine – whose devastating effects are all too apparent.

The Horrors of Meth Infographic

Before and After Drugs (Meth) via Rehabs.com


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