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What Does Meth Do to Your Brain?

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Meth and other addictive substances wreak havoc on your body and your brain. There are three main ways to characterize substance abuse: chronic, progressive, and fatal. Substance abuse is considered chronic because it will continue if help or intervention is not sought. Substance abuse problems become progressively worse over time, and they can become fatal if left untreated.

Learn more about addictions to meth and other substances by watching this video. This expert explains the different definitions of an addiction and its two main elements.

With our personalized substance abuse treatment plans, the caring professionals of Aurora Behavioral Health Care at Las Encinas Hospital can help you successfully overcome your addiction. Please call us today at (888) 348-2165 to discuss your treatment needs.