The Brain Chemistry of Being a Loved One
Comorbidity and Recovery
Metabolism, Weight Gain and Recovery from
Recovering from active meth addiction presents some special challenges, one of those being unwanted weight gain. Before understanding some specific weight problems related to meth use, we need to have a good understanding of how our metabolism works in general.
The New York State
Department of Health has placed on its web site a comprehensive thematic
index to methamphetamine-related literature which appears in
peer-reviewed journals. This document is entitled "A
Key to the Methamphetamine-Related Literature"
This comprehensive resource contains hypertext links from each of thousands of citations to the National Library of Medicine's PubMed page containing the abstract for the corresponding article. The PDF also contains very useful bookmarks for navigating within the document.
The Governor's Task Force on
Methamphetamine Abuse final report released in Sept.2004. The strategy
to address the methamphetamine epidemic in Tennessee and what should be
http://www.tennessee.gov/governor/methreport.pdf or click here
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