One illicit substance that is widely considered the most addictive drug that individuals will seek help from, in the form of an inpatient drug rehab, is methamphetamine.
Methamphetamine, or Meth (as it is better known on the street), is a stimulant that floods the brain with massive quantities of dopamine. Methamphetamine is sold in powdered form or as shards of glass-like crystals. Meth can be taken orally, smoked, snorted, or injected into a vein with a hypodermic needle. This massive influx of dopamine creates a powerful mental addiction that can cripple the drug abuser. Those individuals who find themselves addicted to Methamphetamine will be driven to use more and more. The drug user will chase the intense euphoria that methamphetamine produces, which is due to the insane rush of dopamine that explodes in their head with each use. It does not take long for an individual to become a methamphetamine addict. The high produced during even a first-time use can be enough to cause intense cravings in an individual. Methamphetamine abuse is a serious problem in New Hampshire. It has shown up all over the Granite State. The trafficking of methamphetamine and the creation of “meth labs” has become an ongoing problem for law enforcement officials in New Hampshire. The recent boom in methamphetamine trafficking across the state has invariably created a large number of individuals addicted to methamphetamine in New Hampshire as a byproduct. More and more individuals across all age ranges are becoming addicted to Methamphetamine in NH.