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What are the side-effects of quitting to smoke meth and how can they be controlled ?

i have been a heavy meth smoker for the last 5 years, and now im trying to give it up.. but every day that i don t smoke it i sleep sleep sleep and i relay cant find any motivation to do anything but sleep is this normal and will it pass? Im having real problems trying to just have a normal life. im a 26 male 75kg medical history is good.
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jul 2011
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Methamphetamine usage and trying to quit is associated with Depression, which can explain your symptoms. Avoid trying to stop using meth by yourself. You need to enroll into a proper recognised deaddiction program which will prevent withdrawal effects and other serious issues associated with it. Better to do it as soon as possible and also consult a Psychiatrist to help you cope with these problems. Eat healthy food, avoid junk food, smoking, drinking alcohol. Get your blood pressure checked as well as high pressure is seen in meth users.
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