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Taken meth shot, breathing heavily, not seeing properly, feeling burning hot. Normal?

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is it normal to breath ridiculously heavily, not see properly and feel burning hot after a meth shoot? i have exerianced this recently its over whelming and intence
Posted Wed, 12 Sep 2012 in Drug Abuse
Answered by Dr. Ram Choudhary 1 hour later
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A thing that is ridiculous just can't be normal.
Probably you want to know whether it is harmful or not.
No, it does not result in any harm per se but the Meth shot which you are enjoying and which is resulting in all this would ultimately be problematic.
Methamphetamine is a XXXXXXX substance, it causes excitation and kick, but also causes many unwanted effect on thought and memory and the cardiac status.
You are very young, very lucky so to have the opportunity to be in a very respectable country; Think of the Afghan women of your age, totally behind burqas and getting exploited in every possible way, getting pregnant every year and endless agony of talaqs and selling out and what not....
The money you spend on these drug shots ultimately goes to the coffers of the mafia of those lawless countries and make them powerful, due to this satanic power the innocent women and children suffer.... please do not fall prey to the vices of the filthy world.
You should become a responsible citizen and save others from this menace rather than jumping in half mad state.
May God bless you and help you come out of the darkness side of the world
If you have any further query please let me know I would try to answer it for you.
Wish you a great health!
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