Irritability, insomnia, convulsions, tremors, anxiety, paranoia,
aggression, violent behavior, stroke, psychosis resembling
schizophrenia, cardiovascular collapse, and death.
Memory loss, learning problems, increased heart rate, distorted
perception of reality and spatial relations, lethargy,
nausea/vomiting, slurred speech, loss of motor coordination,
wheezing, organ and muscle damage, sudden sniffing death syndrome
which can cause heart failure, and withdrawal symptoms which can
include grand mal seizures.
Impaired memory, anxiety, panic attacks, symptoms of chronic
bronchitis, daily coughs and phlegm, more frequent chest colds,
and abnormal functioning of lung tissue injured or destroyed by
Depression, anxiety, paranoia, muscle tension, teeth clenching,
tremors, increased heart rate and blood pressure, dehydration,
brain damage, and death.
Some signs for
trouble sustaining attention during tasks or play
seem to listen when spoken to directly
follow through on instructions and fails to finish schoolwork,
chores or other tasks
difficulty organizing tasks or activities
with hands or feet or squirms in seat.
seat in the classroom or in other situations where remaining
seated is expected.
Often runs or
climbs excessively when it's not appropriate. Adolescents
might not run or climb but may constantly feel restless.
Is your troubled teen
extremely defiant? Consult your therapist regarding ODD
(oppositional defiant disorder).
HELP FOR Troubled Teens and Drug Treatment Centers.