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What has methamphetamine abuse done to your life? Are you overwhelmed, confused, out-of-control? Our meth treatment program can help.
If meth has hijacked your life or the life of someone you love, our meth addiction treatment can get them back on track. We have over 15 years of experience treating methamphetamine addiction.
Methamphetamines are a highly addictive central nervous system stimulants that can be snorted, smoked, injected, or ingested orally. Methamphetamine users feel an intense "rush" when they first take the drug. Immediately after taking meth, other effects include increased activity and decreased appetite. Methamphetamines have a limited medical use and are often used to treat narcolepsy, attention deficit disorders, and obesity. Methamphetamine is a drug chemically related to amphetamine but with stronger effects on the central nervous system. Street names for the drug include "speed," "meth," "crystal," and "crank." Long-term methamphetamine abuse almost always leads to addiction, violent behavior, anxiety, insomnia, and other types of mood disturbances, and violent. Additionally, psychotic symptoms such as delusions, hallucinations, and paranoia will occur; these symptoms can last for months or years after methamphetamine use has ceased.
Of an estimated 108 million emergency room (ER) visits in the U.S. throughout 2005, there are estimates that roughly 108,905 ER visits were associated with methamphetamine abuse.
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At SouthCoast Recovery, we have developed a meth treatment program that is highly effective in meth addiction treatment. Because meth stays in a person's body longer than other drugs like cocaine or alcohol, a longer program is generally recommended to treat such addiction. Our 90 day meth additction treatment program is far more effective than 30 day regimens. After initial detoxification and treatment for any psychotic symptoms and life-threatening conditions such as extreme high blood pressure and heart rate, the healing can begin.
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Methamphetamine addiction takes it's toll and leaves serious physical and psychological problems that can be dangerous if not properly treated. Methamphetamine addicts may lose their teeth quickly from a condition known as "meth mouth". This effect is not caused by any corrosive effects of the drug itself. The American Dental Association, meth mouth "is probably caused by a combination of drug-induced psychological and physiological changes resulting in xerostomia (dry mouth), extended periods of poor oral hygiene, frequent consumption of high calorie, carbonated beverages and tooth grinding and clenching." Like other drugs which stimulate the sympathetic nervous system, methamphetamine can cause decreased production of acid-fighting saliva and increased thirst, the result of which is an increased risk for tooth decay, especially when thirst is quenched by high-sugar drinks. Users may also exhibit sexually compulsive behaviors while using meth and the potential dangers of unprotected sex or other reckless sexual behavior may contribute to the increased spread of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) or sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) among abusers of methamphetamines. Among other sexual side-effects reported by methamphetamine users are: the ability to have sex for long periods of time, increased libido and sexual pleasure, and an inability to reach orgasm or physical release. Methamphetamine abuse in the US is highest in Native Hawaiians and Pacific islander populations (2.2%), as well as, among Native Americans (1.7%), Whites (0.7%) and Hispanics (0.5%), and much lower in Asians (0.2%) and blacks (0.1%). According to one study in large cities, 13% of men having sex with men used methamphetamine in the previous 6 months.
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Getting clean takes courage, guidance, and structure. SouthCoast Recovery offers intervention, detox and meth addiction treatment to conquer methamphetamine addiction. Our world-class clinical staff offers daily individual attention to get to the heart of the problem, deal with the wreckage and build the framework for a new, sobriety-based life.
We offer affordable, effective rehabilitation on the cutting-edge. Meth addiction treatment requires extended care. We offer 30, 60 and 90-day meth addiction treatment programs tailored to the individual’s needs. We blend clinical and holistic methods to renew mind, body and spirit while restoring relationships, goals and purpose. This prepares our clients for long-term sobriety, allowing our program to excel where others fail.
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Methamphetamine withdrawal's, length and severity of depression is related to how much/often Meth was used. Some withdrawal symptoms including, cravings, exhaustion, depression, mental confusion, restlessness, insomnia, deep or disturbed sleep, may last up to 48 hours.
From the medical effects of Crystal Meth and Methamphetamine Addiction to social problems, SouthCoast Recovery's Meth Addiction Treatment brings solutions to the clients in a way that is tangible and easy to apply. Taking this into consideration we have put together to program that takes the mind body spirit approach to the client’s lives. We think that this is the best way to bring the clients all of theMeth Treatment opportunities that we have.
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Methamphetamine Treatment Services/Options:
• 15 years experience with meth treatment
• Intervention services
• Physical health evaluation
• Medically-supervised, social model and holistic detox options
• Continued physical care throughout recovery
• Psychological evaluation for dual diagnosis of problems such as depression and anxiety, which may be underlying causes of abuse
• Individual psychological treatment
• Individual counseling
• Family counseling
• Methamphetamine abuse education
• Health and wellness education
• Denial management
• Relapse prevention
• Anger management
• Acupuncture for pain management, stress reduction and decreased cravings
• Detoxification massage therapy
• Meditation for stress reduction, a calmer mind, reduced cravings and clarity
• Fitness sessions at gym (24-Hour Fitness)
• Integration of 12-step principles and Narcotics Anonymous meetings
• Structure, guidance and practice for long-term sobriety
A. Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of amphetamine, which is more concentrated. It is more addictive and has a stronger effect on the central nervous system.
Q. What's the difference between "methamphetamine" and "crystal meth"?
A. Crystal meth (methamphetamine hydrochloride) is made from methamphetamine, using chemicals to hydrogenate ephedrine molecules. In this form, it appears as clear, chunky crystals.
Q. How is crystal meth usually produced?
A. Crystal meth is easy to produce from approximately 15 components, including pseudoephedrine (the major ingredient in most over-the-counter cold remedies), red phosphorous, iodine, ammonia, paint thinner, ether, anti-freeze, drain cleaner and battery acid.
Q. Where does crystal meth come from?
A. There are small labs in kitchens and garages all over the U.S. These labs can usually only make small amounts, but the production costs are relatively small in comparison to its selling price. It is also imported from labs in China, South Korea, the Philippines and Taiwan.
Q. Are there other names for this drug?
A. Crystal meth is also known as tina, chalk, ice, crank, rock, glass, quartz, speed and "redneck cocaine" (perhaps because it is easier and cheaper to acquire than cocaine).