The drug methamphetamine is cheap and easy to obtain... but with hideous, devastating and deadly effects. It's an addiction that's nearly impossible to kick. Many people don't stop until their lives are ruined... or they're dead.
The thing is, meth users don't necessarily fit your stereotypical view of what "drug users" are supposed to be. They are students, professionals, housewives, mothers, fathers. They often have affluent lifestyles and seemed successful and happy, until they were introduced to meth.
Meth is ruining lives, and costing society a fortune.
When it comes to drug addiction, change happens on the front lines. Right now, the front lines are where you are - online and in close contact with many of the very people who are being sucked into the allure of methamphetamines.
In 2005, nearly 6.2% of high school seniors reported using methamphetamine at least once.
It's a 4-part system that gets right at the core of the addiction:
Part 1 knocks down cravings, reduces anxiety and rebalances body chemisty for the best possible chance at recovery.