What Does it Feel Like to Get High on Meth?
Getting high on meth can change your perceptions, feelings and sensations.
What to Expect from Meth Withdrawal
This article explains the symptoms that are commonly experienced when people go through meth withdrawal.
Can I Combine Drugs and Breastfeeding?
Breastfeeding is highly recommended, but if you use drugs while breastfeeding -- whether prescription, over the counter, recreational or illicit drugs -- they may cause problems for your baby. How can you decide whether or not to breastfeed your baby if you are on medication, drink, smoke or take drugs?
Myths and Realities of Gay Meth Use
There has been a lot of concern in the addiction research field about the epidemic of gay meth use. Some gay men may even be feeling peer pressure to use meth, and to "party and play," to be part of the gay scene. But research tells a different story.
What is PnP?
Glossary definition of PnP or PNP.
Party and Play
Find out about the party-and-play phenomenon in the gay world.
Meth the Home Cooked Menace by Dirk Johnson
Book review of "Meth the Home Cooked Menace" by Dirk Johnson
Five Ways to Curb Your Drug Cravings
Cravings are a normal reactions to discontinuing drug use. They can easily trigger a relapse, but try these simple strategies for curbing your cravings before you score another hit.
Understanding a Meth Addict
Trying to understand a meth addict? Understand how a meth addict feels before, during and after taking meth.
Gay Men and Substance Use: A Basic Guide for Addicts and Those Who Care for Them
Book review of Gay Men and Substance Use: A Basic Guide for Addicts and Those Who Care for Them by Michael Shelton
Shake and Bake Meth
A dangerous new way of making meth.
What is Paranoia?
Glossary definition of the term, paranoia.
Was I Sexually Abused?
Answer to the frequently asked question, "Was I Sexually Abused?"
What is Hyponatremia?
Glossary definition of the term hyponatremia.
5 Things Not to Say to Someone With a Drug Addiction
This article describes some of the ignorant, rude, or just plain clueless comments or questions that people with drug addiction hear from family and friends. If a friend, partner, parent or child is struggling with a drug addiction, avoid hurting their feelings by avoiding these or similar comments.