Detoxing and Withdrawal From Methamphetamine
Admitting to yourself or finding out that a loved one is addicted to methamphetamine can be scary. Knowing the severe addiction and dangerous lifestyle associated with this drug is enough to make anyone worried. Recovery Ways understands this and the strength it takes for an addict to reclaim control over their life. We are here to help our patients with individualized care and treatment. Our highly qualified staff members and the accredited team works with patients and their families to help them get clean and stay healthy.
For most addicts, the detox phase of getting clean is the scariest. However, Recovery Ways’ certified medical staff incorporates all medical and psychological assistance needed in order to help them through this. Users going through detox commonly experience body aches, cravings, headaches, severe depression, anxiety, mood swings, extreme fatigue, paranoia, and increased appetite. They may also experience hallucinations and psychosis. Our professional staff can help with any and all of these symptoms, providing a better assurance that the users will make it through this stage. After detoxing, our medical staff, psychiatrist, and addictionologist work with the patient and their loved ones to help them through the withdrawal by finding and finishing the correct treatment for them. With our residential program, family therapy, aftercare programs, and local support we help give our patients a means for continued support and treatment to maintain control over their drug-free life.