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Methamphetamines Rehab Treatment

Recover from your addiction to methamphetamines
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Our Meth Addiction Treatment Center

Our addiction specialists provide expert treatment for those who are struggling with an addiction to methamphetamines. We offer various levels of residential and outpatient programming where we are committed to helping our clients find lasting sobriety through our supportive recovery services, such as individual and group therapy.

What Is Methamphetamine Addiction?

Methamphetamine, also known as “meth,” is a stimulant that triggers your brain to release dopamine — a neurotransmitter that creates the feelings of pleasure, energy, and euphoria. It’s possible to snort, smoke, swallow, and inject methamphetamine, but regardless of how it is ingested, the high it causes goes away fairly quickly, forcing the user to progressively use more to achieve a similar high. This causes users to develop an addiction to the drug as their body and brain become dependent on it.

Methamphetamine and Other Substances

While methamphetamine is capable of causing more than enough issues when used by itself, it’s especially dangerous when combined with alcohol and other substances. When combined, these substances can cause unexpected complications to your mental and physical health and increase the risk of an overdose or other side effects.

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Signs and Symptoms of Methamphetamine Abuse

Methamphetamine abuse can sometimes be difficult to identify, but there are a few common signs and symptoms to look out for. Meth users often have increased heart rates, difficulty sleeping, and a decrease in appetite. People who use meth also typically show signs of anxiety, aggression, panic, racing thoughts, violent mood swings, delusions of power, and euphoria. They also usually experience severe depression after they come down from the “high.”

Long Term Effects of Methamphetamine Abuse

Meth abuse can have a damaging impact on your physical and mental health. Its long-term effects include kidney and liver damage, lung disease, poor dental health, and a weakened immune system. Methamphetamine use can also damage relationships and lead to severe mental health problems, as well as financial and legal consequences.

Methamphetamine Treatment, Detox and Withdrawal

Methamphetamine abuse can cause immense stress on the body and mind, and unfortunately, detoxing will potentially expose users to painful withdrawal symptoms as their bodies adjust. Our experts at New Day Recovery Center can help guide you through your detox and make sure you’re safe and as comfortable as possible during the process. We offer in-house detox care and can refer you out for medical detox with one of our trusted partners if needed.

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