What Are The Consequences Of Speed To The People In Sheffield Who Use The Substance?
The user usually experiences a very high level of energy and on the flipside experiences moodiness and aggression when the effect is about to wear out.
Other Causes of Speed
Speed causes over wakefulness, electrifies people and make them gossipy.
Clubbers use it because it enables them dance without exhaustion
Loss of appetite (this sometimes find its way to diet pills due to this effect).
Speed can also leave users feeling panicked, agitated and psychotic attacks (referring to a mental state under which people see and hear non-existent things and hallucinations)
What Are The Dangers Of Using Speed In Sheffield ?
There are dangers associated with taking speed.
Some of those dangers are:
In regard to the amount you have consumed, it can cause relaxing and sleeping problems.
The aftermath of the excitatory phase which takes a few days, users experience depression and are usually very weariness, making it hard to focus and comprehend.
Since speed strains the heart, persons with conditions such as heart problems and high blood pressure should avoid it at all costs - it has caused deaths to so many people.
Speed has been known to result to death if taken together with either alcohol or antidepressants.
Your immune system can be subjected to strong attacks if you take high doses of speed that affects diet and sleep - this could be in form of more sore throats, colds and flu. Speed can leave one feeling anxious, irritable, depressed, paranoid and aggressive and mental disorders like intense psychotic episodes ( which is a mental state characterised by hearing and seeing things that don't exist and hallucinations)
Infusion of speed is particularly deadly.
It's very easy to dose excessively while injecting.
The purity of speed is very questionable and thus other substances get your system in addition to amphetamine.
Injecting can also bring injuries to veins and arteries and may bring ulcers and even gangrene (that's when parts of the body begin to die).
During injection especially when sharing injection equipment such as syringes and needles, user's risk spreading HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis infections.