Methamphetamine Addiction Treatment
Methamphetamine is a potent and extremely addictive drug that affects the central nervous system. Commonly known as meth, ice, crank, or crystal meth, it is one of the most commonly abused drugs in the United States. Being a stimulant amphetamine drug, the use of meth creates a sense of euphoria, excitement, increase wakefulness and physical activity, and alertness for extended periods of time. Withdrawal from the use of meth can be physical, emotional and potentially life threatening if unassisted by trained medical, clinical, and nursing professional. Treatment for methamphetamine use, abuse, dependence, or addiction may vary depending on the severity of addiction and on an individuals needs. Each individuals needs as assessed and discussed during evaluation and admission at The Retreat of Broward. The detoxification process begins as each patient is carefully monitored by experienced medical and clinical staff. Withdrawal from methamphetamines can be overwhelmingly uncomfortable – let us help you.
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Living with someone you care about and see them struggle with meth addiction can be one of the most heartbreaking things to witness. Yet, there are people amongst us that go through this everyday. There are some warning signs if you have someone you care about that is addicted or is just starting. Here are some of the most common signs to tell if a loved one is addicted to methamphetamine: