Thanks for posting,
Your husband will require assistance from a rehabilitation
expert. It does not just require the will to quit, but also follow ups not to relapse. Relapse is the major concern and not managing the withdrawal syndrome. Of course withdrawal syndrome is of great concern too as I am sure personally (as you mentioned) you are already suffering from some of the effects of withdrawal. Withdrawal symptoms
primarily consist of fatigue, depression
, and increased appetite. Symptoms may last for days with occasional use and weeks or months with chronic use, with severity dependent on the length of time and the amount of methamphetamine used. Withdrawal symptoms may also include anxiety, irritability, headaches, agitation, restlessness
, excessive sleeping, vivid or lucid dreams, deep REM sleep, and suicidal idealization.
I suggest you convince your husband into seeing a psychotherapist who can guide both of you through his recovery from the withdrawal and also prevent relapse.
Hope this info can be useful;