Those using speed get a high that makes them extra sensitive, wide awake and pumped up; they also may become jittery and violent.
It can also have other consequences:
Speed makes people remain very conscious, active and tending to talk a lot.
Clubbers use it because it enables them dance without exhaustion
Loss of appetite (this sometimes find its way to diet pills due to this effect).
Speed use can result in disturbance, terrors as well as bouts of hallucinations
Speed Related Risks Thanks To Drug Abuse Leeds
The use of speed does involve risks.
The following includes some of what the drug could do to you:
In regard to the amount you have consumed, it can cause relaxing and sleeping problems.
The aftermath of the excitatory phase which takes a few days, users experience depression and are usually very weariness, making it hard to focus and comprehend.
Just like any other stimulants, speed overworks the heart making it more susceptible to failure or irregularity.
The infamously dangerous and fatal combination of speed with alcohol and antidepressants.
Your immune system can be subjected to strong attacks if you take high doses of speed that affects diet and sleep - this could be in form of more sore throats, colds and flu. Speed can leave one feeling anxious, irritable, depressed, paranoid and aggressive and mental disorders like intense psychotic episodes ( which is a mental state characterised by hearing and seeing things that don't exist and hallucinations)
The introduction of speed via intravenous method is also notoriously risky.
Injection increases the chances for overdosing significantly.
Speed is mostly a concoction of many substances so what goes into your body is not clean.
Veins and arteries could be damaged due to injection and can lead to ulcers as well as gangrene (refers to when some body parts and bits begin to die)
Infections like Viral hepatitis and HIV / AIDS can be spread by patients using same needles, syringes or some other injecting tools.