Meth withdrawal can be scary enough to deter people from getting addiction treatment. For many people struggling with meth addiction, continued abuse seems like a much better idea than dealing with harsh withdrawal symptoms. Meth withdrawal can be agonizing, and the symptoms are much different than other drugs. While many substances like opiates, benzodiazepines and alcohol have various physical symptoms, drugs like meth have arguably more psychological symptoms.
What Happens During Meth Withdrawal?
People use meth as an upper. When using the drug, it increases alertness, focus and energy. Meth addiction develops for a variety of reasons. Some people use the drug so they can work more and make more money. Other people use it to escape feelings sadness, loneliness, anger and other negative emotions. Eventually, the body becomes so accustomed to meth that the person experiences meth withdrawal symptoms as the drug begins to metabolize in the body.
Due to regular meth use or abuse, the brain’s neurotransmitters begin to misfire and send erratic signals to the nervous system as well as throughout the body. Some of the most common meth withdrawal symptoms include:
Those coming down from long-term meth use can also experience heightened anxiety or depression. The brain wants the person to believe that there’s no way of living a decent life without meth.
Getting Help for Meth Withdrawal
Finances should be secondary to getting the meth withdrawal treatment you need. Due to the Affordable Care Act, insurance providers must offer treatment options for anyone struggling with an alcohol or drug addiction. Depending on your coverage, your policy may provide you with financial assistance for detox, inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment. At a qualified treatment facility, you’ll be able treat your withdrawal symptoms, and you’ll also be able to learn how to live a substance-free life.
Meth Addiction Treatment
At Serenity Lodge in beautiful Lake Arrowhead, California, we provide a tranquil setting for you to begin your recovery journey. The process begins when you go through the initial detox stages at our partner facility, and then you’ll smoothly transition over to our evidence-based treatment programs. Our highly-qualified staff will help you with any lingering withdrawal symptoms once you transition over to our treatment facility. Since many meth withdrawal symptoms are psychological, it’s important to have a staff who understands these symptoms and can teach you effective relapse prevention techniques that will help you live a prosperous, substance-free life following treatment.
Our treatment model centers around giving our Clients the best possible chance to stay sober once they leave our facility. Our evidence-based treatment methods and therapies have been proven to promote sustainable recovery, and we’ve seen many men regain control of their life through our program.
Don’t try to combat meth withdrawal alone. Call Serenity Lodge today at (855) 932-4045.