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Frank Warren has a good knowledge of street drugs as manager for the County Behavioral Health Department.
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Officials say methamphetamine is cheap, easy to make, and is highly addictive."It can hook a person right away," says Warren."Whereas most drugs, it may take one or two highs before that addiction sets in. Meth can be addictive from the first hit."The high is similar to a cocaine high, but lasts much longer, and is followed by a hard crash, usually accompanied by depression.The signs of methamphetamine abuse include: paranoia, sweating, dilated pupils, meth-induced acne, itchy skin, shaking, rapid speech and eye movement."A lot of fidgeting, what they call tweaking," says Warren."People who just can't keep their body still or their hands still."Warren describes people on meth as possessing super human type strength."It comes out pretty much as inertia, based on what's driving them inside from their lack of capacity to understand right from wrong," says Warren.
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