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Quite often, people who have experimented with other drugs are curious about what the heroin high feels like. However, it comes with many adverse effects as well, which many who use it for the first time find very unpleasant. For many people who take this substance, heroin is more about avoiding or numbing pain than feeling good. Heroin has a high association with co-morbid anxiety and depression, which may suggest that people take this substance to help them cope with the symptoms of a mental health condition. After a hit of heroin, a variety of chemical changes flood the brain, instantly giving people a feeling of intense pleasure.
For more mental health resources, see our National Helpline Database. Methamphetamine "meth" can cause progressive and sometimes profound damage to the brain. The question is whether the damage is reversible once a person stops using meth. Unfortunately, the answer is rarely simple. While it's possible that some damage will start to reverse when a person stops using meth, other types of damage are harder to turn back.