Psychiatry Series: Amphetamine
Dr Philip George, Consultant Psychiatrist
Amphetamine is a synthetic stimulant used for the treatment of attention deficit disorder, narcolepsy and obesity. It is also the parent compound for other prominent substances such as ecstasy, methamphetamine (ice/syabu). What does it do to the body and what are the long-term effects? Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Philip George shares the details.
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