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What is methamphetamine?

Methamphetamine is part of the amphetamine family of stimulant drugs.The key effects and risks of methamphetamine include:

Feeling very up, exhilarated, alert and awake.
Feeling agitated, paranoid, confused and aggressive.

There’s evidence that long-term methamphetamine use can cause brain damage, although this gradually gets better if the user stays off the drug for a long time.
The crystal form of methamphetamine, sometimes called Crystal Meth or Ice, is extremely powerful and addictive. Some compare it to ‘crack cocaine as both are smoked and give an intense, powerful ‘high followed by a very severe ‘comedown’, and both are very addictive.




What is methamphetamine?

Crystal methamphetamine

Methamphetamine is a powerful, highly addictive stimulant that affects the central nervous system. Crystal methamphetamine is a form of the drug that looks like glass fragments or shiny, bluish-white rocks. It is chemically similar to amphetamine, a drug used to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy, a sleep disorder.

Other common names for methamphetamine include blue, crystal, ice, meth, and speed.

What is ice?

Ice (crystal meth) is a methamphetamine, a member of the amphetamine family of drugs. It is very addictive and is linked to chronic physical and mental health problems.

Ice is a central nervous system stimulant. It causes high levels of dopamine (a brain chemical associated with pleasure and reward) to be released. It is purer and more powerful than other types of methamphetamine, such as speed.

It comes as little crystals that look like ice, or as a white-to-brownish, crystal-like powder. It has a strong smell and bitter taste. It can be injected, smoked, snorted or swallowed.

It is also known as crystal meth, shabu, crystal, glass, Tina and shard.

What are the effects of taking ice?

Ice produces an intense rush that can make a person feel confident and energetic. They may have increased sex drive, itching and scratching, enlarged pupils, fast heartbeat or dry mouth. The person may grind their teeth or sweat excessively. The effects can last for up to 12 hours.

Ice can affect people differently based on:

  • how much they take
  • how strong it is
  • the person’s size, height and weight
  • whether they are used to taking it
  • whether they take other drugs at the same time

How is ice used?

Ice is generally smoked or injected

and the effects can be felt almost immediately. Depending on how it is used, effects usually start:

  • smoked (immediate)
  • injected (15 to 30 seconds)
  • snorted (3 to 5 minutes)
  • swallowed (15 to 20 minutes)

Effects of ice

Ice acts rapidly and produces effects such as:

  • enlarged pupils and dry mouth
  • feelings of pleasure and confidence
  • teeth grinding
  • increased energy
  • increased sex drive (libido)
  • rapid heart rate and breathing
  • reduced appetite

Symptoms of ice overdose

Ice overdose may occur if you:

  • take a strong batch
  • use a large amount of ice
  • mix ice with other drugs – including over-the-counter and prescribed medications, alcohol, heroin.

A drug overdose is a medical emergency. You can still be in danger even if not all overdose symptoms are present.

Symptoms of ice overdose may include:

  • racing heart and chest pain
  • difficulty breathing
  • fits or uncontrolled jerking
  • agitation and confusion
  • severe headache
  • passing out or unconsciousness.

Ice overdose can lead to stroke, heart attack and death. Fast action could save someone’s life.

If you suspect an ice overdose, call for an ambulance immediately.

Emergency first-aid for ice overdose

Emergency responses for a suspected drug overdose are:

  • Always dial for an ambulance (ambulance officers don’t need to involve the police).
  • Stay with the person until the ambulance arrives.
  • Place the person on their side in the recovery position – they could be at risk of choking on their own vomit.
  • If the person starts vomiting, make sure they can still breathe – keep their airway clear.
  • Give ambulance officers as much information as you can (including what drugs they have taken and how much).

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