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Signs of Meth Addiction and Abuse

People addicted to meth often experience financial, emotional, professional and physical problems. The meth addict continues to use despite these negative consequences, and will often lie or be secretive to protect the disease of meth addiction.

Additional signs of meth addiction and abuse include, but are not limited to:

Irritability, nervousness, paranoia, fear, violent behavior, wide mood swings, depression,  suicidal ideation, significant weight loss, Irregular sleep pattern, clogged/runny nose, sunken/baggy eyes, paleness, dental problems including tooth loss, neglect of work, withdrawal from family and sober friends, impaired thinking and memory, poor attention span, psychosis.

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