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- Tarzana Treatment CenterOutpatient CareLong Beach, CADetails
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Crystal Meth Rehabs for Addiction Recovery
Crystal meth addiction is all too easy to fall into, but getting off the drug is more difficult. A rehab clinic with experience dealing with meth addicts can give you the support you need to get and stay clean. The clinics listed in our directory are ready to give you the help you need; all you need to do to get started is to call one.
What is Crystal Methamphetamine?
Crystal meth or methamphetamine, is a drug that is associated with the club scene. It is also known as "blade," "crystal glass," "meth," shards," and "stove top." Meth is a colorless and odorless substance. A person who uses "blade" may experience a high that lasts for 12 hours or more. "Stove top" may be smoked or injected.
Causes of Crystal Meth Addiction
A person may be attracted to the idea of experimenting with "shards" because they have heard that the drug produces a feeling of euphoria and enhances sexual experiences. It also acts as a stimulant and makes the user feel more energetic and acts as an appetite suppressant. When "crystal glass" is ingested, it causes the user's brain to produce high levels of dopamine. The person feels depressed as they come down from the drug.
As the individual continues to use methamphetamine, they start to have more difficulty feeling pleasure without taking it. Their tolerance increases over time, and they need to take more meth to get the effect they are looking for. Similar to amphetamine addiction, this powerful dependency can take over the addict's life quickly.
Reviews of Crystal Meth Rehabilitation Clinics
When you are ready to get help for an addiction to meth, call one of the rehab clinics in our directory. They understand what you are going through and can provide you with a medically-supervised detox program before starting the treatment program to deal with your addiction.
Just a Few Reasons to Stop Taking Crystal Meth
- Using "stove top" over a long time can lead to tooth loss, known as "meth mouth."
- This drug can cause users to become paranoid and/or violent.
- Long-term "meth" users run the risk of developing hyperthermia, which is an elevated body temperature, having a stroke, or going into convulsions, all of which may be fatal.
- Perhaps a look at the before and after photos of crystal meth addicts will give a final reason to end methamphetamine abuse for good before it's too late.