Were you looking for information about Methamphetamine? Methemphetamine is a common misspelling of methamphetamine.
Methamphetamine is a medication that can be prescribed for short-term obesity treatment and the treatment of ADHD. When taken in doses intended for ADHD treatment, methamphetamine can affect chemicals in the brain to produce a calming effect. The medication can also increase metabolism and suppress appetite for a period of a few weeks, helping people lose weight. Side effects that may occur in people taking methamphetamine most commonly include things such as high blood pressure, headache, and dry mouth. Methamphetamine is a drug that is often addicting; it is also frequently abused. Therefore, it is classified as a controlled substance, meaning that there are special rules concerning how it may be prescribed.
(Click Methamphetamine for more information about the legitimate health conditions that the drug may be used to treat, details about how the medicine should be taken, and concerns you should discuss with your healthcare provider before taking the medication.)