Frederick is a medium-sized city with less than 70,000 year-round residents. The Frederick-News Post often features articles about the drug problems such as trafficking and manufacturing in this city. One of the primary ways that addicts obtain methamphetamine is by using store-bought chemicals to create the illegal substance in a home-based laboratory.
Methamphetamine is a dangerous drug that many substance abusers become addicted to quickly. It creates a feeling of euphoria because it changes the chemicals in the human brain. The effects of methamphetamine can last for a few minutes to several days, making it a highly popular illegal substance. A serious side effect that most law officials notice in methamphetamine drug users is rotting teeth that is caused by a dry mouth condition.
Dangerous Methamphetamine Side Effects
Addicts using methamphetamine often become agitated, perspire heavily and develop a high fever. After using this drug, abusers risk an irregular heartbeat and breathing difficulties that can lead to death. This drug also travels into fetuses and breast milk, leading to addiction before birth along with development delays. Anyone trying to overcome an addiction on their own will have severe withdrawal symptoms that typically lead to a relapse.
The only way to break the bad habit of methamphetamine addiction is by contacting us today to begin treatment in a residential rehabilitation facility. Methamphetamine addicts may avoid seeking help due to fears of going through physical withdrawal, but there are medications available to make the process of rehabilitation more comfortable.
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Our counselors offer group and one-on-one counseling sessions each day to clients to help them understand the reasons behind an addiction. In addition, daily 12-step meetings are mandatory to help recovering addicts find a sponsor to help them after leaving the program.
Your Rehab Experience Should Be Private
Admitting that you have an addiction problem is the first step toward recovery and lifelong sobriety, but it can be a difficult one to make. Your next step will be choosing a rehab center that is right for you. Attending drug or alcohol rehabilitation is a highly private situation that should be treated with the utmost confidentiality.
Those who are particularly worried about how confidential and private their treatment program will be may want to consider traveling out of town in order to seek treatment. In many cases, you might not need to travel very far to find a secluded enough location where you feel comfortable addressing your addiction problem.
On the other hand, outpatient treatment centers may need to be chosen based on how close they are to where you live. Because you'll be coming and going, having a nearby location for treatment will enable you to continue on with your life as usual. Our toll free hotline has representative standing by who can help you with this critical decision and let you know about local or distant rehab centers that will fit your needs.