Ecstasy Drug Addiction
Ecstasy (methylenedioxymethamphetamine) has a reputation as a party drug. Also known as MDMA, Ecstasy allows the users to dance and party all night while feeling the psychoactive effects of the drug. While the drug use normally starts as a weekend party drug, the effects of long term use can be life changing, if not deadly. Common names on the streets include “hug drug”, “beans” and “love drug”. Research suggests that this drug is neurotoxic.
How to Spot an Ecstasy Addiction?
There is currently no prescribed use for Ecstasy. When you obtain Ecstasy you must do so in an illegal manner which can get you into a lot of trouble. Ecstasy began its currently popularity in the Caucasian rave scene, it is currently becoming more diverse and it’s reaching more individuals. If you find that you have started and can not stop taking Ecstasy, a drug treatment program should be reached.
Getting Treatment for Ecstasy Addiction
With Meridian Treatment Solutions you can begin your road to sobriety. The experts at Meridian Treatment Solutions are trained in identifying the type of problem you currently have and how to best treat it. If you haven’t been abusing Ecstasy for long or if you are a casual user, an outpatient treatment program may be the best option for you. It allows you to get the help you need with the least amount of interruption to your everyday life. If you have been using Ecstasy for a long time or in large quantities, the process of getting and staying sober may require a little more help and Meridian Treatment Solutions has inpatient treatment plans available for you.
What can I expect?
As with any drug, there will be unpleasant withdrawal symptoms when the drug is no longer introduced into the system, Ecstasy is no different. Because Ecstasy has numerous psychological effects on the brain to achieve the party effect the user is looking for, the withdrawal process will be difficult due to anxiety, depression and the feeling of coming down from an emotional high. During this initial process is when most addicts who attempt to get sober on their own fail, but with the help of Meridian Treatment Solutions and our staff, we can help you weather the hard withdrawal process so you can move on to the next leg of your sobriety journey.
After the detoxification process is complete, the patients can begin their roads to recovery. When you participate in an inpatient program you can expect to receive individual therapy, group counseling, yoga, and meditation along with other relaxation techniques. Meridian Treatment Solutions believe that a total mind, body, and spiritual healing needs to take place before the addiction can be conquered.
Meridian Treatment Solutions will help you learn the skills that you need to lead a full and healthy life after you leave the Ecstasy treatment program. They set you up so that when you return to your old life and temptations, you will have the tools you need to say no to your drug of choice and be able to channel the stress and anxiety of everyday life into a positive activity.
No matter what your addiction or how long you’ve been addicted, the caring staff at Meridian Treatment Solutions will help you reach your long term sobriety goals. If you or a loved one feel that you need help getting your life back on track and you want to take complete control of your dependency on substances, call Meridian Treatment Solutions at 844-281-3116 or visit our website, www.meridiantreatment.com to speak with a representative that can help you decide which treatment program will best suit your recovery needs. With inpatient and outpatient programs available, we are sure to have a program that will get you back to a happy, healthy, and sober life.