can you black out if you do meth
Not Medical Advice:
Yes, among the dangers of taking methamphetamine, especially an un-prescribed dosage, is fainting, or blacking-out.
Taking too much meth can cause such symptoms as unexplained muscle pain or tenderness, panic, confusion, rapid breathing, restlessness, hallucinations, tremor, muscle twitches, aggression, muscle weakness, fever or flu symptoms, and dark colored urine.
Additional symptoms may include depression and tiredness, coma, seizure (convulsions), vomiting, stomach pain, uneven heartbeats, feeling light-headed, nausea, and diarrhea.
In the news, stars of the AMC fictional drama about illegal methamphetamine production, Breaking Bad recently reunited for a reality spoof with Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
Get tips for coping with meth withdrawal symptoms at Addictions.com.