Snorting, however, results in a quicker effect of the drug, taking only 3 to 5 minutes to create the sensation.Orally ingesting meth can take as long as 20 minutes to create the desired effect.The active ingredients in methamphetamine are pseudoephedrine or ephedrine, ingredients generally used as antihistamines or allergy medicines.In addition to these chemicals, the meth that people snort for recreation also includes other dangerous chemical compounds.
In fact, snorting is often preferred because of the speed at which it metabolizes.Other dangers of chronic use include anxiety, confusion, insomnia, mood disturbance and violent behavior.Users can also exhibit paranoia, visual and auditory hallucinations, including delusions – such as the sensation of insects creeping under the skin. For instance…Like I said, it’s a whole can of worms and a whole seedy affair you would do good to steer away from. Depending on the type of drug dealer you’re talking about— ranging from the suburban kid flipping ounces of weed to a for-real hardened criminal moving kilos of coke— regardless you’re going to be into trouble. Even if you’re into that scene yourself, which is your prerogative and not the issue, getting in close opens up a whole other can of worms you really don’t want to get involved with.Even if it’s only flipping weed, you’d be surprised the stories of some of the people I know who have gotten beaten up and robbed (one nearly got himself killed) trying to make some cash doing just that.The euphoria from meth is caused when the methamphetamine causes high levels of dopamine to be released in the area of the brain which controls the feelings of pleasure. When this happens, the user needs to take higher doses in order to achieve the desired effect.Taking it more frequently or using other methods than snorting to ingest the drug also help intensify the effect.Some of the long-term effects of snorting meth dangers include: Abusing meth by snorting it (or taking it in any other way, for that matter) can take its toll on your health and quickly lead to addiction.Do you suspect that you or a loved one may have developed a problem with meth?