The withdrawal from the drug is similar to that of cocaine and other stimulants. Most obviously there is a raw craving for the drug just after the withdrawal, as abstaining from it completely is never that easy. Thereby, the best way of keeping oneself away from it is going through detox monitored by a physician who specialises in addiction.
The common symptoms noticed after the withdrawal is depression, anxiety, fatigue, intense craving, confusion, failures in motor systems, and problems with appetite and psychotic reactions.
Fatigue is a feeling and sensation of tiredness, weakness and lack of energy. Irritability occurs due to short term stress and anxiety. It can be chronic also, sometimes leading to serious diseases like Alzheimer's or brain tumours. Irritability results in mental health disorders like anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and depression. Excessive and disturbed sleep are other symptoms noted after the withdrawal from Meth addiction.
Problems with appetite result in excessive hunger also known as Polyphagia, which is also noticeable as a symptom for this disease. Psychotic disorder is another important symptom, which gives rise to paranoid conditions and delusions. The person can go detached from reality, goes crazy and aggressive in his/her behaviour.
Again, proper medical treatment and timely use of Detox under the supervision of physician can help in getting better, even after withdrawal from Methamphetamine.