Amphetamine Sulphate is classified as a Class B drug and is known as Speed in the streets. At times speed is used to refer to other kinds of amphetamines.
Being a stimulant it offers the user an increased level of energy and alertness.
Below are other well-known impacts and risks associated with the use of speed.
Unusual energy level often manifested by being talkative.
It is used because it energises people to be active participants in several activities for a very long period without exhaustion; dancing, engaging in conversations and going out are some of such activities.
Speed may also cause people to become delusional sometimes, because of the hyperactivity of the mind that makes the person hallucinate.
The heightened emotions are typically succeeded by a gradual decline that makes one irritable and gloomy.
Speed causes strain on the heart thus one risks heart problems - and it has resulted to deaths if taken in high quantities.