Efecte ale consumului de Speed

mai 20, 2010 la 08:43 | Publicat în De ale mele | Lasă un comentariu
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Citeam un articol, m-a amuzat mult mult mult. Mai ales cand ai trait
unele lucruri..

(whizz, billy, sulphate, grudge, dexys, blues, base, etc.)

Speed is a stimulant that can keep you awake for hours and jumping
around like a nutter.

Its effects are like an adrenaline rush – it makes your heart go like the
Flying Scotsman on amyl and you feel like you’re bursting with energy
and can dance all night. Speed can wake you up, make you feel
extremely confident and outgoing and turn the quietest introvert into a
gyrating John Travolta on the dance floor.

Generally coming in £8-£12 paper wraps and snorted or dabbed, speed
kicks in pretty quickly and not long afterwards your mouth will become
drier than a bag of dry stuff that no amount of lager will refresh. You
might have a sudden urge to grind your teeth, often resulting in an
unexpected and unpleasant exhibition of gurning.

Appetites often disappear and quality speed will probably keep you
buzzing for anything up to 6 hours.

Prolonged speed use builds up tolerance quickly and you may find
yourself having to take more and more for the same hit. To make
matters worse, speed is often cut or adulterated with all manner of
dodgy substances. Some speed has been confiscated by the police
with a purity as low as 2%. Most speed will be 5% to 10% pure.

Side effects: Speed can turn people into breathtaking bores. If you’ve
ever been cornered by someone who’s just snorted a gram, expect
hours of pure tedium as they recall in great detail arse-dull anecdotes
from their childhood. People often get a bit emotional and will
constantly reassure complete strangers that they are their best mates
for life.

People often lose their inhibitions when drinking, and mixing alcohol
with speed means that instead of nodding off after a few pints the
speed keeps you going and there’s a chance you may wake up with a
stranger/horse/whatever in your bed the next morning. If you’re going
out on the pull be sure you keep those condoms to hand.

After a night wolfing down the sulphate, the next day (or the
comedown) can be a dreadful experience.

You might feel tired, weak and unwell, and if you’ve really been
overdoing it, depressed and even paranoid, sometimes with
hallucinations. Take loads of orange juice and vitamins, eat well and
resign yourself to a few miserable moods over the next couple of days.
A bit like playing a Smiths album really.

Health risks: If you’ve high blood pressure or a dodgy ticker taking
speed could be risky. Try not to mix it up with drugs like poppers, coke
or E as this could send your poor old heart AWOL
. Avoid taking speed
if you’re on anti-depressants as this combination has been known to
be fatal. Don’t take speed if you’re pregnant, and definitely try and
avoid injecting the stuff – God only knows what it’s cut with.

Speed can keep you up all night staring at the ceiling up to 12 hours
after even a small amount, and some people can get a little paranoid,
convincing themselves they’re about to have a heart attack.

Also look out for ‘base’ which is like a deluxe version of speed – with
more intense positive and negative effects.

Detection periods: Amphetamine can be detected in the urine up to
2-4 days after use at common levels.

THE LAW: The majority of amphetamine substances come under Class
B of the Misuse of Drugs Act. Amphetamines prepared for injection are
classed as Class A.


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