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Methamphetamines Detoxification

Methamphetamine (meth, crystal, chalk and ice) is an extremely addictive stimulant drug with chemical properties similar to amphetamine. A white, odorless, bitter-tasting crystalline powder, meth is taken orally, smoked, snorted or dissolved in liquid (water or alcohol) and injected. More than 35 million people worldwide use meth due to its availability, ease of use, low price and high potential for addiction.

Regardless of the method used, long-term meth use is associated with an immediate intense euphoria, cravings, risky behavior, brain dysfunction and deficits in regulating self-control. Meth is known to irreversibly damage neural and non-neural brain cells, contributing to the development of neurological and psychiatric abnormalities in chronic abusers. Among the detrimental effects are anxiety, confusion, insomnia, paranoia, aggression, visual and auditory hallucinations, memory problems, mood disturbances and delusions.

Methamphetamine Withdrawal

Although few physical symptoms accompany meth withdrawal, the psychological side effects can be extremely uncomfortable and present a major barrier to recovery. Intense meth cravings coupled with deep psychological lows often lead to relapse.

Meth Withdrawal Symptoms

– Aggression
– Anxiety
– Fatigue, and sleeping for days on end
– Increased hunger
– Intense cravings
– Irritability
– Lethargy
– Paranoia
– Severe depression
– Suicidal thoughts

Meth Addiction Treatment

Getting clean after meth addiction is a difficult process and one that very few individuals can successfully undertake alone. The longer a person abuses meth, the harder it is to tackle rehab, including overcoming high levels of meth depression. Meth addiction recovery includes pharmacological and psychosocial interventions and community-based prevention. It is essential an addict has no access to meth or any other intoxicating substances. The safest and most efficacious way to undergo meth detox is at a licensed detox facility under 24/7 medical supervision. Most inpatient treatment programs utilize a combination of evidence-based strategies and therapies.

According to research, Modafinil, Bupropion and Naltrexone have shown promise for treating meth addiction. The drug AV411 (ibudilast) suppresses the neuroinflammatory actions of glial cells and has demonstrated inhibition of meth self-administration in rats. It is being fast-tracked in clinical trials to establish its safety and effectiveness in humans with meth addiction.

Psychosocial interventions are generally effective on a short-term basis and community-based prevention approaches have also shown some benefits. Among the approaches helpful in reducing meth abuse include the Matrix Model, family education, individual counseling, 12-step programs and contingency management interventions.

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More on Methamphetamines Detoxification

Methamphetamine (meth, crystal, chalk and ice) is an extremely addictive stimulant drug with chemical properties similar to amphetamine. A white, odorless, bitter-tasting crystalline powder, meth is taken orally, smoked, snorted or dissolved in liquid (water or alcohol) and injected. More than 35 million people worldwide use meth due to its availability, ease of use, low price and high potential for addiction.

Regardless of the method used, long-term meth use is associated with an immediate intense euphoria, cravings, risky behavior, brain dysfunction and deficits in regulating self-control. Meth is known to irreversibly damage neural and non-neural brain cells, contributing to the development of neurological and psychiatric abnormalities in chronic abusers. Among the detrimental effects are anxiety, confusion, insomnia, paranoia, aggression, visual and auditory hallucinations, memory problems, mood disturbances and delusions.

Methamphetamine Withdrawal

Although few physical symptoms accompany meth withdrawal, the psychological side effects can be extremely uncomfortable and present a major barrier to recovery. Intense meth cravings coupled with deep psychological lows often lead to relapse.

Meth Withdrawal Symptoms

– Aggression
– Anxiety
– Fatigue, and sleeping for days on end
– Increased hunger
– Intense cravings
– Irritability
– Lethargy
– Paranoia
– Severe depression
– Suicidal thoughts

Meth Addiction Treatment

Getting clean after meth addiction is a difficult process and one that very few individuals can successfully undertake alone. The longer a person abuses meth, the harder it is to tackle rehab, including overcoming high levels of meth depression. Meth addiction recovery includes pharmacological and psychosocial interventions and community-based prevention. It is essential an addict has no access to meth or any other intoxicating substances. The safest and most efficacious way to undergo meth detox is at a licensed detox facility under 24/7 medical supervision. Most inpatient treatment programs utilize a combination of evidence-based strategies and therapies.

According to research, Modafinil, Bupropion and Naltrexone have shown promise for treating meth addiction. The drug AV411 (ibudilast) suppresses the neuroinflammatory actions of glial cells and has demonstrated inhibition of meth self-administration in rats. It is being fast-tracked in clinical trials to establish its safety and effectiveness in humans with meth addiction.

Psychosocial interventions are generally effective on a short-term basis and community-based prevention approaches have also shown some benefits. Among the approaches helpful in reducing meth abuse include the Matrix Model, family education, individual counseling, 12-step programs and contingency management interventions.

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