A 'comedown' phase or ‘crash’ is often experienced by people who use ice as the drug starts to wear off. These feelings can last a few days and symptoms can include:
- Feeling down or depressed
- Decreased appetite
- Increased need for sleep
- Feeling anxious.
Withdrawals refer to unpleasant symptoms experienced by people with a dependence on ice. These symptoms can last for several days or many weeks, depending on the severity of use. Withdrawal symptoms can include:
For more information about treatment and support options available to people who are experiencing problems with ice and other drugs please visit “what type of help is available”. Information about what to expect from the withdrawal, treatment and recovery processes is also discussed.