Meth Addiction Treatment
What is Meth Addiction?
Meth addition is a chronic brain disease that causes an uncontrollable, psychological and physical need to use the substance on an on-going basis. When people choose to use meth, also known as speed, ice or crystal, they don’t intend to become addicted. They simply like the way it makes them feel, and they believe that they are in complete control of their use.
However, drugs cause the brain to change on a cellular level. After a relatively short time, addiction to meth can take hold, causing users to need increasing amounts of the substance just to feel normal again. At this point, people will prioritize their meth addiction over all else including eating, sleeping, relationships and activities they used to enjoy.
Meth Addiction Warning Signs
Detecting if someone is addicted to meth isn’t necessarily obvious. But, there are telltale warning signs that may indicate a problem. If you suspect someone you love is struggling with meth addiction, or if you think you could be a meth addict yourself, these warning signs could indicate the need for residential meth addiction rehab:
• Not sleeping for long periods
• Wild mood swings
• Loss of appetite
• Dramatic, rapid weight loss
• Hyperactivity or excessive chattiness
• Unexplainable anxiety or depression
• Financial trouble due to seeking meth
Why Meth Rehab at Footprints is Different
At Footprints Beachside Recovery, our approach to meth rehab addresses the underlying biological, psychological and social causes of substance use disorders. Whether your addiction is complicated by past trauma, co-occurring conditions like anxiety and depression, or environmental factors, our team will create a personalized meth treatment plan just for you.
Based on the unique recovery needs of each client, services offered at Footprints may include the following:
We understand that no two meth addictions are exactly alike. That’s why we customize our meth treatment plans to address the unique recovery needs of each individual client. Our ultimate goal isn’t just to help you recover from meth addiction; it’s to help you be the person you want to be.
Get Help for Meth Addiction Now
Meth addiction can affect all aspects of your physical, emotional and mental health. If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, Footprints Beachside Recovery is here to help. Don’t wait – get started today.