Comments
1 - 17 of 17 Comments Last updated Oct 16, 2009
do you know

Glasgow, KY

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#1
Sep 25, 2009
 
when the have always been huge and then you see them and they have lost huge amounts of weight!thats one sign!can anyone name some one they know!
tooter

Glasgow, KY

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#2
Sep 25, 2009
 
they could just be starving themselves to lose a lot of weight..they will stay up for hours wide open and have a really cocky attitude..you want to know ask the police, most of them have been on it or are on it
welllll

Glasgow, KY

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#3
Sep 26, 2009
 
well thats true too!lol
marty

Glasgow, KY

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#4
Sep 26, 2009
 
I heard they have sores and scratch a lot-even on their face
tooter

Glasgow, KY

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#5
Sep 26, 2009
 
that's not always true..they could have turkey mites or insect bites..it all depends
smartass man

Glasgow, KY

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#6
Sep 26, 2009
 
They have rotten teeth and talk a hundred miles an hour.
klc

Glasgow, KY

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#7
Sep 26, 2009
 
Speed, meth, chalk. In its smoked form, it is often referred to as ice, crystal, crank, or glass. Those are all street names for methamphetamine (mAMP). Call it what you may, but meth use and its symptoms are one in the same. If it's taken in large doses, methamphetamine's frequent effects are irritability, aggressive behavior, anxiety, excitement, auditory hallucinations, and paranoia along with delusions and psychosis. Meth abusers tend to be violent. Mood changes are also common, and the abuser can rapidly change from friendly to hostile. The paranoia produced by methamphetamine abuse results in suspiciousness, hyperactive behavior, and dramatic mood swings
klc

Glasgow, KY

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#8
Sep 26, 2009
 
Meth appeals to drug abusers because it increases the body's metabolism and produces euphoria, increases alertness, and gives the abuser a sense of increased energy. High doses or chronic use of meth, however, increases nervousness, irritability, and paranoia. The extreme paranoia that meth abusers can experience is often associated with a distorted tendency toward violence. Adverse consequences of meth abuse include the risk of stroke, heart failure, and prolonged psychosis.

Methamphetamine use has three patterns: low intensity, binge, and high intensity.

Low-intensity abuse describes a user who is not psychologically addicted to the drug and who administers the drug by swallowing or snorting it. Binge and high-intensity abusers are psychologically addicted and prefer to smoke or inject meth to achieve a faster and stronger high. The binge and high-intensity patterns of abuse differ in the frequency in which the drug is abused. While the binge pattern of abuse has seven stages within its cycle: rush, high, binge, tweaking, crash, normal, and withdrawal-the high-intensity abuse pattern usually does not include a state of normalcy or withdrawal.

"Tweakers", which are referred to those who are at the most dangerous state of meth abuse, is a meth user who is tweaking. This meth abuser probably has not slept in 3-15 days and, consequently, the symptoms would be irritability and paranoia. A tweaker does not need provocation to behave or react violently, but confrontation increases the chances of a violent reaction. If the tweaker is using alcohol, his negative feelings and associated dangers intensify.
klc

Glasgow, KY

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#9
Sep 26, 2009
 
Several hours after the last meth use, the individual experiences a drastic drop in mood and energy levels. Sleep begins and may last for a long period and, upon awakening, severe depression exists that may last for days. While users are in this depressed state, suicide is a major concern. These meth abuse symptoms occur after meth use and may be reversed by taking another dose of methamphetamine, thereby fitting the definition for a withdrawal syndrome.

Now, get out your pen and paper and take notes if you see these short term effects in your teenager or loved one. Short term meth abuse symptoms are increased alertness, sense of well-being, paranoia, intense high, hallucinations, aggressive behavior, increased heart rate, convulsions, extreme rise in body temperature (as high as 108 degrees which can cause brain damage and death), uncontrollable movements (twitching, jerking, etc...), violent behavior, insomnia, impaired speech, dry and itchy skin, premature aging, rotting teeth, loss of appetite, acne, sores and numbness.

Some of the effects that meth abuse has on the mind are also symptoms of meth use. These meth use symptoms are disturbed sleep, excessive excitation, excessive talking, panic, anxiousness, nervousness, moodiness and irritability, false sense of confidence and power, delusions of grandeur leading to aggressive behavior, uninterested in friends, sex, or food, aggressive and violent behavior, and severe depression.

After excessive meth abuse, there are long term effects as well, such as fatal kidney and lung disorders, possible brain damage, depression, hallucinations, disorganized lifestyle, permanent psychological problems, violent and aggressive behavior, weight loss, insomnia, behavior resembling paranoid schizophrenia, decreased social life, malnutrition, poor coping abilities, disturbance of personality development, lowered resistance to illnesses, liver damage, stroke and the inevitable, death.

There are also withdrawal symptoms that a meth abuser will partake in when coming off of meth or "crashing". If you see the symptoms of severe cravings, insomnia, restlessness,mental confusion or depression, chances are that the meth is exiting their system.
klc

Glasgow, KY

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#10
Sep 26, 2009
 
If you have been watching your teenager or loved one and your suspicians are pointing into the direction of meth abuse and you are seeing the symptoms of meth abuse, don't ignore them. Go with your instincts and in a loving and caring manner, let your teen or loved one know that you will help them seek the counseling they need to rid themselves of meth or any other drug abuse.. If you continue to see the signs and symptoms of meth use, you may either want to take your teen or loved one to his/her doctor or other medical professional and ask them to screen for the use of illegal substances. If you're not comfortable with revealing your suspicions to an outsider, it is also possible to screen your teenager or loved one in the privacy of your own home with home urine drug testing kits, saliva drug testing kits and hair drug testing kits.
The 411

Glasgow, KY

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#12
Sep 26, 2009
 
If you've recently moved to Glasgow, you must be on crack to live in that shithole of a town. IMO
old news

Franklin, TN

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#14
Sep 27, 2009
 
cowturds wrote:
If you live in Cave City or Horse Cave, you are probably a meth user
and again, another incorrect hypothesis on your part!
heres what I was thinking

Kodak, TN

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#15
Sep 28, 2009
 
smartass man wrote:
They have rotten teeth and talk a hundred miles an hour.
Shit this sounds like most women from Kentucky!!

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#17
Oct 3, 2009
 
cowturds wrote:
If you have multiple children, all with different fathers, you might be on meth.
lol at "you might be on Meth."

brilliant.
KNOWS ALITTLE

Glasgow, KY

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#18
Oct 3, 2009
 
If they use a flashlight in the day time.
Lois

Nashville, TN

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#21
Oct 4, 2009
 

Judged:

1

i see that burnette boy around cave city looking like a damn stick. he gets out of his rustic colored truck twitchin and jerking all over the place...take a look at him and you can see someone about dead on meth.
Brutus

Glasgow, KY

|
Report Abuse
|
Judge it!
|
#22
Oct 16, 2009
 

Judged:

1

1

1

I don't understand why anybody would do this to their bodies. Isn't this stuff corrosive? Kinda like battery acid? I have never had the slightest urge to indulge in something that will rot my teeth and make sores on my face and body. Groce!! I have seen young women whos hair looks all ratty and straw-like with big black circles under their eyes. You know, gravity will take over and we are all going to look older someday, but why make it happen sooner than it has too. Not counting what this does to their families. I guess if they cared about any of this enought they wouldn't be addicted to the stuff to begin with. Just my opinion.

Tell me when this thread is updated: (Registration is not required)

Add to my Tracker Send me an email

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Other Recent Cave City Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
KY 'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate (Oct '10) 21 min Republicans Are S... 150,064
KY Can You Pass an 8th Grade Test from 1912? (Aug '13) 13 hr Yoda-byte-me 1,031
Matthew amrstrong 15 hr Will 1
KY Paul vs Conway: The Nastiest Debate Of 2010 | T... (Oct '10) 21 hr Republicans Are S... 16,124
Glenwood Apartments and Rumors (Apr '10) Thu truth 80
Spencer Huddleston Wed Dude 1
KY Hundreds of birds die in western Ky. (Jan '11) Wed BIG_STEVIE 81,588

Search the Cave City Forum:
•••
•••

Cave City Jobs

•••
Enter and win $5000
•••

Cave City People Search

Addresses and phone numbers for FREE

•••

Cave City News, Events & Info

Click for news, events and info in Cave City
•••

Personal Finance

Mortgages [ See current mortgage rates ]
•••