Physiological Effects of Shabu?

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Shabu is another street name for a drug that is typically called speed.Speed is classified as a methamphetamine drug. This drug acts as a stimulant that affects the nervous system of the body. This stimulation provides energy and mood enhancement for those who take the drug. Some of the physiological effects of shabu or speed are increased blood pressure, insomnia, a decrease in appetite. Most dangerous, speed can cause hypothermia and an irregular heartbeat. The effects of methamphetamine can be life threatening.
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