Ice and you

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Ice and you

WHAT TO DO?We must educate. We must teach young people the consequences of this drug so they can be armed with information and make the right life choices. Just trying ice once can be enough to destroy your life. It is extremely addictive. Ice use is increasing at a concerning and rapid level. It is infiltrating all types of socio-economic groups too. It doesn't discriminate. Ice is in your town and even in schools. Ice is insidious and it is everywhere


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Drugs and Country TownsThere is going to be utter devastation in small rural Australian communities where we're going to have a lot of mental health issues and criminal activity from the excessive use of ice. It's going to be a nightmare for Australian police to keep track of the flow of ice into these towns. The reason for this is that drug distributors find it easier to deal their drugs due to factors like boredom, lack of education and access to support services and less policing.


What is iceIce is a stimulant drug, which means it speeds up the messages travelling between the brain and the body. It is a type of methamphetamine (hard substance usually smoked), which is generally stronger, more addictive and has more harmful side effects than the powder form known as speed.

Ice and you

Effects of IceWhen the Ice wears off, the person is likely to be exhausted, anxious and depressed. The cravings for more ice will be intense and will lead the person to do whatever it takes to get more Ice and use it again. There is a long list of specific harm that frequently results from ice abuse, including:Kidney and lung disorders that can be fatalBrain damageDisorganised, chaotic, damaging lifestylePermanent psychological problemsExcessive weight lossDiminished social abilityLowered resistance to illnessLiver diseaseStrokeMental Harm



where to get help call 000 in an emergancy


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