Saturday, 5 October 2013

Meth a Major Cause of Pancreatitis. What Meth can do!

I have covered most illegal drugs on this blog in order to help readers who struggle with addiction or controlling their use. I have also covered other legal drugs such as alcohol and cigarettes. Today I will go over the effects of Meth and what this can lead to. Meth is one of the most addictive and destructive illegal drugs that I have researched and it can be quite scary to know what it can do to your pancreas and how it can cause pancreatitis.

Now from what I am reading pancreatitis has often been caused by Meth use, so if you are using Meth, then please stop. Another alarming fact I am reading about, is a guy who had pancreatitis two years after he stopped meth consumption and he was advised his meth consumption in the past could have damaged his pancreas. But admittedly he continued to drink after stopping his meth intake.

So yes like most other illegal drugs Meth can be extremely damaging to the pancreas and can cause pancreatitis. Meth is highly addictive, after watching several documentaries about the drug it does freak me out and I do have a phobia about Meth. So if you are reading this and using Meth I wish you the best of health, but please try seek help.

As I mention in every post, please see a medical professional as soon as you can. I am not a medical professional, I simply do a lot of research to try help fellow pancreatitis sufferers. I have had acute pancreatitis in the past and it was the most painful experience of my life. Read from other major sites on the internet. We also link to an online relief kit so check that out. But look after your health, eat well, stay fit and stay positive.

Friday, 4 October 2013

Can Pancreatitis Be Caused by Stress, A Trauma or a Virus?

At the moment I am being sent a lot of emails asking whether or not pancreatitis can be caused by factors such as stress, trauma or a virus. I have done a lot of research over the past two days on these issues so I will try answer these questions.
Several viral infections can cause pancreatitis so it is very important to discuss with your medical professional whether or not this has caused your condition. This isn't as common as alcohol or drug consumption as a direct cause however it does happen in thousands of cases each year around the globe.

Furthermore some forms of trauma have been known to contribute to pancreatitis however this is much rarer then other causes. Often the medication given to treat your trauma injuries or pain can also be another cause. Once again it is important to try get to the bottom of what has caused your pancreatitis. As I mention throughout this site there are so many causes. But you need to educate your self with what has caused your condition and what can be done to prevent it from happening in the future so you have a good long term outlook.

I am unable to find adequate information about stress causing pancreatitis. From all the research I am doing I can only see that stress is often a symptom of pancreatitis. As a sufferer often worries and has substantial anxiety about there health and long term outlook. So if you are concerned stress can cause pancreatitis then do some more research from other major sites across the internet.

The only advice I can give you is to see a medical professional as soon as you can. We also link to online relief kits on this site which are highly successful and have a great customer feedback. However just be careful about your condition and live a clean healthy life. I wish you the best of luck with your illness.