People across the United States and New Hampshire use meth daily. Because meth is inexpensive and easy to get, it’s often used to increase work productivity or help someone focus. It’s also common in the club scene because it heightens physical sensations. Unfortunately, meth is dangerous, deadly, and hard to quit without professional support. A meth addiction treatment program is the safest, most effective way to help someone get clean and prevent meth relapse.
If you or someone you love is using methamphetamine, we can help. Our New Hampshire meth addiction center provides clients with a restorative detox experience and aftercare planning. At Liberty Health Services, we provide a boutique family-focused medically-assisted detox program in beautiful New Hampshire. Learn more about our dual diagnosis treatment for methamphetamines by calling us at 855.959.4521 to get started today.
Understanding the Dangers of Meth Abuse and Addiction
Like other illicit stimulants, meth is highly addictive and dangerous. Meth can be smoked, snorted, or injected, causing an immediate dopamine rush. The “pleasure chemical” is often responsible for a “dopamine reward” response, meaning that the more dopamine the brain receives, the more it wants. This rush increases heart rate and blood pressure, stimulating the body’s organs. Sometimes it can even lead to cardiac arrest and death. Common signs of meth use include:
- Increased alertness
- Manic behavior
- Weight loss
- Loss of appetite
- Joy and pleasure
- Intense focus
Some of these signs might be hard to spot. Other signs include sores from picking moles, scabs, and dry skin patches. Smoking meth can lead to tooth decay and tooth loss. Injecting meth leads to collapsed veins. Because meth is made with a wide range of toxic chemicals, it can cause irreversible damage to organs, including the brain, heart, and lungs.
Preventing Meth Relapse with Meth Addiction Treatment
Quitting meth alone can be nearly impossible. Willpower alone is often not enough to prevent relapse. A meth addiction treatment program can help. Today many programs use medically-assisted detox to lessen withdrawal and speed recovery. Nurses administer supplements, IV hydration, and prescription medications during medical detox to reduce withdrawal symptoms and mitigate any health complications. This approach reduces the risk of relapse, increases program retention rates, and reduces the risk of meth-related death.
Dual diagnosis is another important tool in meth relapse prevention. Studies show all aspects of a person’s life affect addiction, especially mental health. A dual diagnosis program treats addiction alongside co-occurring mental health disorders like depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. Often, treating a mood disorder will reduce addiction triggers and prevent relapse.
Today, most programs include relapse prevention planning, alumni, and 12-step programs to support long-term recovery. Meth addiction treatment is the first step in lifelong healing from methamphetamines.
Prevent Meth Relapse with Treatment in New Hampshire Today!
Medical detox and psychiatric treatment are the best way to mitigate withdrawal and help people understand addiction triggers. If you or someone you love is using meth or other synthetic drugs, we can help. Call Liberty Health Services today. With only 24 clients in our intimate clinic at a time, Liberty Health Services provides boutique, client-focused medical detox. Our programs include:
- Opioid detox
- Opiate detox
- Benzodiazepine detox
- Heroin detox
- Methamphetamine detox
- Cocaine detox
- Synthetic drug detox
- Prescription drug detox
- Valium detox
- Xanax detox
- Alcohol detox
Meth relapse can be prevented. Don’t risk relapse. Let the team at Liberty Health Services help.
Call Liberty Health Services Now to Get Started
If you’re ready for comprehensive detox in an intimate setting, reach the staff at Liberty Health Services now at 855.959.4521 to learn more about our meth relapse prevention program and enroll now.