Meth Addiction Program at Banyan Massachusetts
Methamphetamine, aka meth, is a stimulant that effects the central nervous system by increasing levels of dopamine, serotonin, and noradrenaline. This creates a similar high to other stimulants, one of euphoria, increased focus, energy, and feelings of attractiveness.
Addiction can happen quickly, with users requiring higher doses for the same effects. Meth is often smoked, injected, or swallowed. Common names for this drug include speed, ice, and crank. Crystal meth is also a common form of this drug.
If you are in need of meth addiction treatment, or if you are seeking treatment for a loved one, contact our team at Banyan Treatment Center Massachusetts.
The Effects of Meth Addiction
Meth is one of the most destructive drugs when considering its effects on the mind and body. Over time, meth destroys dopamine receptors within the brain, making it virtually impossible to feel pleasure without the help of the drug. It also dries out saliva glands in the mouth, resulting in marked tooth decay, often known as “meth mouth.” The drug also acts on the body, destroying tissues and damaging the body’s abilities to repair itself. This leads to acne, sores, and general wear on the skin, which can make addicted individuals look far older than their age. Methamphetamine addiction has been a worldwide problem, with addictions forming in the U.S., Japan, Thailand, China, and Australia.
Detoxing from Meth
Because meth is so manipulative to many systems within the body, detoxification can be challenging. However, safe meth detox is possible. Meth withdrawals include symptoms such as:
- Muscle pain
- Jaw clenching
Typically, these symptoms of meth withdrawal dissipate within a week. Others, such as cravings, may take longer. The key is to find addiction treatment and intensive outpatient programs in Massachusetts that support recovery every step of the way. Our programs at Banyan Treatment Center Massachusetts are tailored to the needs of each patient, tackling the multifaceted factors of meth addiction with a success-focused approach.
Recovering from Meth Addiction
The physical controls of meth and crystal meth addiction are overwhelming, but they are not the only factor contributing to addiction. There are emotional, behavioral, and mental factors which have also contributed to this addiction. Effective meth addiction treatment must also address each of these factors. Whether engaging in our inpatient or intensive outpatient programs in Massachusetts, all patients will receive the support they need to address all aspects of their meth addiction.
Meth is a highly destructive drug that causes a wide array of physical and mental effects which can become detrimental to an individual’s health. At Banyan Treatment Center Massachusetts, we offer safe and effective approaches to meth addiction treatment. Our partner facilities also offer meth detox and alumni support. Contact our Banyan Treatment Center Massachusetts admissions team today to find help for yourself or a loved one.
Banyan Treatment Center offers Customized Care
Our drug and alcohol treatment center in Massachusetts offers numerous levels of care that will be put into your unique treatment plan after an initial assessment has been completed. We pride ourselves in effectively treating our patients through holistic treatment and individualized care. A meth addiction should be treated seriously and our team of highly skilled therapists and clinicians work with you every step of the way to ensure that you overcome this battle.
It’s never too late to start over and change your unhealthy behaviors. You can get the help you deserve at Banyan Treatment Center and we are committed to the success of your recovery journey. If you or a loved one is suffering from meth addiction and don’t know where to turn, contact Banyan Treatment Center today. Our addiction programs are designed to ensure long-term sobriety and we are here to help you truly recover.
Most Insurance Plans Accepted
At Banyan Massachusetts, our goal is to make sure that anyone who needs treatment from drug and alcohol addiction is able to get the help needed to assist them on the road to recovery. If you don't have insurance contact us to inquire about alternate methods regarding treatment for yourself or a loved one.