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How to get rid of meth rash?

May 2014
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Posted Sat, 9 Nov 2013 in General Health
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To get the poison out of your system needs treatment at a de addiction center under supervision of health care professionals. Crystal methamphetamine can cause long-term damage to the brain's ability to produce dopamine. Users often feel extremely depressed and unable to experience normal feelings of happiness and contentment long after they stop using. For this reason, meth has one of the highest relapse rates for addicts and is considered extremely resistant to treatment.

Currently, the most effective treatments for methamphetamine addiction are cognitive behavioral interventions.

These approaches are designed to help patients modify their own thoughts and behaviours in order to increase their skills at coping with various life stressors. Support groups also appear to be effective adjuncts to behavioral interventions that can promote long-term abstinence. There are currently no known pharmacological treatments for methamphetamine abuse, although antidepressant medications are helpful in treating the depressive symptoms frequently seen in methamphetamine users who have recently stopped using.

Concerning rashes, you need to consult a dermatologist and undergo a complete clinical examination. The recent history of HIV infection needs to be considered and possibilities discussed. If they are itching a lot, you may start taking anti allergic medications like Benadryl.

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