Dealing with meth withdrawl

Dealing With Meth Withdrawal

Meth withdrawal is a natural but uncomfortable process that begins after someone discontinues taking methamphetamine, also known as crystal meth. Withdrawal involves a predictable set of symptoms that gradually wear off as the body adjusts to the drug no longer being present. Before deciding on a Murrieta drug addiction treatment program, make sure they have…

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outpatient treatment

Finding the Right Outpatient Treatment Options

Choosing an outpatient treatment program that is right for you is not a decision to be taken lightly. With so many options available, it can be challenging to determine which treatment program is right for you. Ultimately, the course of treatment you decide on has to work for you, your life, and your schedule. An…

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understanding relapse

Understanding Relapse and Sobriety

Research shows that approximately half the people in recovery will relapse at least once. Following a treatment plan will help avoid relapse, and so will avoiding high-risk situations. If a relapse happens, it is not a failure. Don’t think your treatment plan isn’t working or that all your efforts have been in vain. Use relapse…

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inpatient drug rehab

5 Benefits of Inpatient Drug Rehab

A residential treatment program can be the foundation of your drug and alcohol treatment. It’s beneficial for moderate to severe forms of substance abuse where a person needs 24-hour support in a drug-free environment for a period of several weeks to several months. During this time, they have limited access to family, work responsibilities, and…

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meth detox

The Stages of Meth Detox

Meth withdrawal is a natural but uncomfortable process that begins immediately after someone discontinues taking methamphetamine, also known as crystal meth. The support of a substance abuse treatment program will assist with the side effects of withdrawal, so you don’t have to go “cold turkey” on your own. Contact the team at Solution Based Treatment…

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outpatient rehab

Is Outpatient Rehab Right for Me?

Knowing what kind of treatment program is right for you is not a decision to be taken lightly. Weighing the options can be overwhelming. Ultimately, the course of treatment you decide has to work for you, your life, and your schedule. An outpatient rehab facility can be very beneficial for individuals with a mild substance…

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co-occurring disorders

Getting Help with Co-Occurring Disorders

Every year, millions of people around the world suffer from substance abuse disorder. Unfortunately, many of them experience mental issues and substance abuse disorders simultaneously. Until the 1990s, people with mental health and substance abuse issues typically received treatment for one condition at a time. Often, these treatments did not occur at the same facility…

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addiction rehab

Your First Days in Addiction Rehab

The first days of rehab can be daunting. For many, it’s the first time in years that they will do something new without the assistance of drugs or alcohol. Not only are clients thrust into an entirely new environment, but they are also meeting new people for the first time in years. Clients have to…

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smoking meth

How Smoking Meth Damages Your Lungs

Meth comes in several forms, including kinds you can smoke. While any type of smoking can take a toll on your lungs, both regular and non-regular meth use can cause toxic injury to the lungs. It is an extremely addictive and potent central nervous system stimulant that can produce intense euphoria, decreased appetite, and increased…

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