Meth (Methamphetamine) is an extremely addictive stimulant drug which is very similar in its effects to amphetamine. This drug can be snorted, smoked, taken orally or melted down into a liquid and injected. Meth produces a feeling of intense euphoria by producing increased amounts of dopamine in the brain. The majority of meth which is used in the United States is produced in ‘meth labs’ with very hazardous chemicals. These toxins can remain in the environment long after these labs have been closed and production ceased. Anyone addicted to meth should seek help immediately before the long-term effects take over and the faces of meth appear.