So these forums offered a lot of guidance, considering a friend wanted to try it for the first time tonight but didnt know anyone who had done it and wanted to make sure she was being safe. Like any intelligent person trying a new drug
for the first time, she requested my company so someone would ber there if she needed help in a worst case scenario.
My friend followed advice on here about the amount to do the first time, what to exepect, how to be safe... and it went quite well..
I only did meth
once in high school and I snorted it. It just felt like Adderall
, made me anxious, and the cown down make me feel psychotic. But after stints in rehab I heard people describing the feeling of IVing it to be very different. My friend says they are right, she almost can't believe it's a stimulant
because other than ahead rush, she feels very calm and relaxed. Almost like there is a thick cloud of positive energy buzzing around her, (as she explained i to me.)
I was never eager to try it because I knew I hated snorting
meth so much that I would never like it and wouuldn't get hooked. However, now that I have learned what a different experience it is to shoot, I am much more curious now.
My only concern is that actually hitting herself seemed to hurt her a lot. She said just pushing in hurt so bad that she thought she was missing but I guess it just feels like that because it doesn't appear that she missed at all. Is this normal? He did a little less than 2 mg but she didn't start coughing or anything. She said it was more of a creeping high that came on slowly until her face felt fuzzy and she wanted to lie down and relax.
I am worried that if it is that enjoyable, how easy is to get hooked rally bad? I really don't want that to happen to her. At what frequency of her doing it should I start to be concerend about her drug use and talk to her about backing off. One week? Two? When true consequences sttart to appear because of her using?
How hard is it to quit meth? I know the come down can be worse than other stimulants
, and even though there is no physical dependancy, the mental dependancy can make it harder to quick because you can't even manage to grab hold of a conviction to do it.. What is the best advice to give someone to keep them from making the slip from recreational/occasional user to full blown meth head with an ominious unpromising future ahead?
Anyone with experience and wisdom about this slippery slope my friend just took the first step downward on, I would appreciate a PM with your advice.