Synthetic drugs can profoundly affect a person’s brain and body. Often stronger and more easily addictive than natural drugs, the safest, most effective way to stop using synthetic drugs is with professional support. For many, synthetic drugs are a form of self-soothing from stress, chronic pain, and mood disorders. Luckily, synthetic drug abuse centers here in New Hampshire can help.
If you or someone you love is using synthetic drugs, do not quit cold turkey. Call a synthetic drug abuse center now. At Liberty Health Services, our New Hampshire synthetic drug abuse center can help. We support clients struggling with synthetic and natural drugs with a boutique family-focused medically-assisted detox program. Learn more about dual diagnosis treatment in New Hampshire today by calling us at855.959.4521.
What Are Synthetic Drugs?
Synthetic or artificial drugs are substances made in medical and home labs to mimic the effects of natural drugs like opium, heroin, psilocybin, and cannabis. Like natural drugs, they release intense dopamine levels in the brain, causing pleasure and leading to addiction. This is called a “dopamine reward,” which leads the brain to want more dopamine and synthetic drugs. While this is a natural reaction to dopamine, synthetic drugs can release higher dopamine levels than natural drugs, making them highly addictive.
Synthetic drugs fall into two categories: those made in FDA medical labs and those made in illegal home labs. Both forms of synthetic drugs can be dangerous, addictive, and easily lead to overdose. Synthetic drugs include:
- Bath Salts
- Delta 8
Synthetic drugs are referred to by code names that suggest the drug’s effect or make the drug sound like candy. For many, synthetic or designer drugs may feel like a more niche experience than natural drugs. In reality, they are potent and often laced with harmful chemicals, heavy metals, and other drugs. They are also more potent when mixed with other drugs or alcohol.
Benefits of Synthetic Drug Treatment Programs
Artificial drug treatment programs are the safest way to stop using synthetic drugs. Today, at least half of people struggling with synthetic drug addiction also have co-occurring mood disorders, prolonged stress, or unresolved psychological pain. A treatment program can help. Benefits include:
- Dual diagnosis for mental health and addiction treatment
- Comprehensive detox to lessen withdrawal symptoms and mitigate health complications
- Community solidarity founded on sobriety
- The opportunity to reconnect with family
Addiction can have a profound effect on the whole family. Synthetic drug treatment provides clients with dual diagnosis, detox, and a range of therapies, including group and family counseling. Clients enjoy medically-assisted detox to lessen withdrawal and speed recovery.
Start Synthetic Drug Addiction Treatment in Serene, New Hampshire Now!
Don’t let synthetic drugs take over your life. Call Liberty Health Services for help. Our team provides an intimate, boutique, client-focused detox for synthetic drug addiction. With only 24 clients at a time, our medically-assisted detox programs in serene New Hampshire give clients the tools and view they need to disconnect from their stressful lives and jumpstart long-term sobriety. Our detox programs include:
- Alcohol detox
- Opioid detox
- Opiate detox
- Benzodiazepine detox
- Heroin detox
- Methamphetamine detox
- Cocaine detox
- Synthetic drug detox
- Prescription drug detox
- Valium detox
- Xanax detox
Clients at Liberty Health Services enjoy a range of detox programs in a boutique, picturesque clinic with individual, group, and family therapy to begin their recovery journey.
Get Started Today at Liberty Health Services
Whether natural or synthetic, drug abuse or addiction is a serious condition usually requiring professional support to help a person heal. Call Liberty Health Services at 855.959.4521 to learn more about our boutique synthetic drug treatment program and enroll now.