Abstinence from Meth Offers Partial Recovery
The National Institute of Drug Abuse reports in vol. 19 no. 4 that individuals who stop using methamphetamine for 9 months or longer have shown improvement on motor skills and memory testing:
“The emerging pattern of these studies offers encouraging evidence that some of the destructive effects of methamphetamine abuse may be reversible. The brain may respond to damage by rerouting some connections.”
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