Treatment for Amphetamine Withdrawal

Amphetamine addiction can cause serious physical, mental, and/or emotional damage that needs to be treated immediately. If you are trying to quit amphetamines, then you’re making one of the best decisions possible for your life. However, it’s important to go about it the right way.

Medically Supervised Amphetamine Detoxification and Withdrawal

Detox is the process of removing amphetamines from your system with the intent to discontinue its use permanently. You’ve probably already considered undergoing detox at your home by yourself because it seems easier and less embarrassing. However, it’s important that you understand how difficult detox can be, especially with the possibility of severe withdrawal symptoms. The withdrawal symptoms typically associated with amphetamine detox include but are not limited to the following:

  • Agitation
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Fatigue
  • Increased appetite
  • Suicidal thoughts

These withdrawal symptoms can be extremely dangerous, especially with the possibility of suicidal thoughts. It’s not at all a good idea to attempt amphetamine detox on your own. If you are about to attempt detox you should definitely contact professionals and seek their help.

Amphetamine Rehabilitation Centers and Hospitals

Rehab centers and hospitals are both good places for treatment during detox. You should call one before your withdrawal symptoms even begin—don’t wait until they get bad enough for you to be desperate. Facilities such as these can relieve your symptoms, making your detox as comfortable as possible. Rehab centers can provide some of the best care for your detox needs. They will have medical support available around the clock as well as therapists and counselors to help you deal with all aspects of your amphetamine addiction. These therapists can help you deal with any psychological addiction or psychological triggers that make you abuse amphetamines in the first place. Rehab centers are the best places to recover in all aspects of your addiction: physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Need More Information on Amphetamine Detoxification?

If you or someone you love is suffering with amphetamine addiction, the help you need may be just a phone call away. Our toll-free helpline is open 24 hours a day so that we can help you whenever you need us most. We have abuse and addiction counselors ready and waiting to talk to you about your specific situation and needs. They can help you find the best treatment for you. They can also help you find out if your insurance company will help you pay for part of your treatment. Don’t wait to make this call; call today.