Yet meth disfigures mouths, bodies, and even faces. In fact, there’s a term for its horrifying term for its impact on facial features: meth face. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that . million people tried the drug in 2011 despite the fact that this drug maims and kills. I encourage anyone who’s thinking of trying the drug, facing an addiction, or in love with someone who uses meth to look at the faces of meth addicts and see the reality of how this drug affects you and your loved ones. Here are some of the most horrifying faces of meth addicts
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The continued drug use caused horrific damage to the drug users' skin with sores and scarring - that can be caused by uncontrollable scratching during a hallucination when the addict imagines bugs are crawling under their skin. Scroll down for video. Shocking: Over a period of just three years, this meth addict's entire face has become disfigured. Horrifying: From the age of 48 to age 53 this meth user's skin and teeth have significantly deteriorated. Additional changes seen in the ad, produced by Rehabs.
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Meth Mouth occurs when using meth causes an abuser’s teeth to first stain, then decay and eventually fall out as early as one year into abusing meth. The severity of meth mouth differs from one person to the next. While some meth addicts may lose a several teeth from decay and gum disease, other addicts may only suffer from a few cavities. Some of the most common symptoms of meth mouth include: Cotton mouth.
Meth mouth is severe tooth decay and tooth loss, as well as tooth fracture, acid erosion, and other oral problems, potentially symptomatic of extended use of the drug methamphetamine. The condition is thought to be caused by a combination of side effects of the drug (clenching and grinding of teeth, dry mouth) and lifestyle factors (infrequent oral hygiene, frequent consumption of sugary drinks, as well as neglecting regular dental cleanings and preventative care), which may be present in long-term users
Meth Mouth: Meth users’ teeth can deteriorate and even fall out, a condition known as Meth Mouth. Speed Bumps: Another term for the sores and scars on a Meth user’s body. Crank Cough: Smoking Meth may make a user cough but this is not a common phrase. Crank Bugs: Meth can cause users to g they feel bugs crawling under their skin. Meth Mites: Another term for crank bugs, the tactile hallucination of bugs crawling under the skin.
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