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Synthetic drugs are more widely available than ever before, causing many people nationwide to become addicted. Often, synthetic drug addiction can only be overcome with treatment from a team of professionals. If you are battling synthetic drug addiction, contact Liberty Health online or call us at 855.959.4521 today to learn about our synthetic drug withdrawal management program. Through synthetic drug detox in our luxurious New Hampshire location, we can help you overcome your addiction to designer drugs.

What Are Synthetic Drugs?

Synthetic drugs, often called designer drugs, are chemically made versions of illegal drugs that have been altered slightly so that they can be sold legally. Some examples of synthetic drugs include:

  • Herbal incense
  • Plant food
  • Bath salts
  • Jewelry cleaner
  • Spice
  • K2

These synthetic drugs have quickly become an issue as teenagers and young adults assume synthetic drugs are the best new way to safely get high. Sadly, the side effects put your health at risk and can even lead to death.

Side Effects of Synthetic Drugs

The effects of synthetic drugs can be violent and lethal as the high comes on fast and strong. If you notice these symptoms in a friend or family member, reach out to us immediately to discuss a synthetic drug detox and synthetic drug withdrawal management to begin the rehab process.

Some common symptoms of someone who has taken synthetic drugs include:

  • Paranoia
  • Extreme anxiety
  • Hallucinations
  • Seizures
  • Aggression
  • Suicidal or homicidal behavior
  • Chest pain or heart attack
  • Sweating
  • Restlessness

What Happens During Synthetic Drug Detox?

A monitored synthetic drug detox, like the one at Liberty Health Services, is designed to safely and effectively assist you in overcoming your addiction. During detox, every trace of the harmful, addictive substances you were putting into your body are removed, over time, by eliminating your access to them. During this precarious time, you will receive dedicated, compassionate care and 24-hour supervision. This level of service allows you to safely cope with the detox side effects and the withdrawal symptoms you may experience as your body and mind heal and you get sober.

Symptoms of a Synthetic Drug Withdrawal

Synthetic drug detox withdrawal symptoms can range from mild to severe, depending on the synthetic drug and the severity of your addiction. When you use synthetic drugs over time, they become an integral part of how your body functions daily. When they are completely removed during synthetic drug detox, your body and mind will take time to adjust to the withdrawal. This will inevitably lead to various symptoms, some potentially dangerous, that can be best handled through a synthetic drug withdrawal management program to ensure your safety.

Withdrawal symptoms will vary based on the synthetic drug but may include:

  • Anxiety and depression
  • Fatigue
  • Paranoia
  • Headaches
  • Loss of appetite
  • Body tremors
  • Sudden outbursts of anger

The exact type and duration of your symptoms will vary based on the synthetic drug or drugs you are taking, the frequency of your use, the amount used, and your unique individual chemical makeup. Because designer drugs are still relatively new, research is still being conducted to determine the full range, short and long term, of the symptoms when detoxing and withdrawal from synthetics. Your best bet for synthetic drug withdrawal management is to work with a skilled team of friendly professionals who will care for you at every step of the process. At the same time, you focus solely on overcoming your addiction and getting clean.

Overcome Synthetic Drug Withdrawal at Liberty Health

It is possible to overcome synthetic drug withdrawal with the right support. Learn how Liberty Health Services can help. Our team helps people overcome synthetic drug withdrawal in New Hampshire and begin recovery. Contact us using our secure online form or call us at 855.959.4521 today.