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Before understanding the difference between amphetamine and methamphetamine, one should understand the history of both drugs.Amphetamines were developed in the late nineteenth century, but were not used until the 1920’s. It was around that time, medical professionals discovered the benefits of amphetamines. They learned that the drug widened airways, and therefore could treat asthma, allergies, and colds. It was also discovered that amphetamines helped people stay awake and alert and was given to soldiers during the war. The drug was available legally and was being purchased by housewives and other people who sought the effects of the increased energy and suppressing of the appetite that amphetamine provided. In the 1970’s restrictions on the drug were enforced; it was only allowed in certain medicines. Today, a prescription containing amphetamines may be given to people with narcolepsy and ADHD.

Methamphetamine is a derivative of amphetamine. It was developed in the 1950’s and was prescribed to people with depression, alcoholism, Parkinson’s, and obesity. The public caught onto methamphetamine rather quickly and began to use it to stay alert and/or lose weight. Eventually it began to be heavily used by people, especially those working in the trucking industry. In 2000, a study was done and approximately 5% of people in the USA had used methamphetamines or were still using; this number is thought to be much greater.

The Effects of Amphetamine and Methamphetamine

Both drugs are psycho stimulants, meaning they increase a person’s ability to stay awake and even increase focus. Both raise the levels of norepinephrine and dopamine in the brain. When these chemicals are increased, a person will feel a sense of euphoria and an increase in energy.

Both are Addictive and Can Be Deadly

Both amphetamine and methamphetamine can cause an addiction, and when used improperly, can cause death. The side effects of using either one of the drugs are similar and include dry mouth, dizziness, shakiness, insomnia, and rapid heartbeat. The one major difference between the effects amphetamine and methamphetamine is that the effects of meth are much stronger and the onset is much quicker. Experts also believe that a person can become addicted to meth faster than becoming addicted to amphetamine. When a person has an addiction to either drug, they will experience unpleasant withdrawal when quitting.