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Inpatient Drug Rehab for Crystal Meth Addiction

Crystal meth is a dangerous, highly addictive drug that causes severe issues when abused. Many individuals require inpatient care for the treatment of crystal meth addiction. Call 800-681-7369Who Answers? now to find safe, reliable rehab programs that will cater to your needs.

Is Inpatient Treatment Necessary for Crystal Meth Addiction?

Methamphetamine abuse, especially in its highly addictive crystal form, can cause many mental and physical side effects, and treatment for these issues as well as addiction often require inpatient care. It can be much safer for someone who has been using crystal meth to seek inpatient treatment for their immediate recovery than to seek outpatient care.

According to the Center for Substance Abuse Research, one of the more serious effects caused by meth abuse is psychotic symptoms. A person will often require hospitalization for these effects in order to avoid the possibility of them causing harm to themselves or others. Violent behavior and hallucinations are common in those who use the drug in large doses.

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If you experience psychotic symptoms due to meth abuse, you require inpatient care.

Withdrawal from the drug, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, can cause “depression, anxiety… and an intense craving.” Much like the syndrome associated with cocaine abuse, the individual will often experience these symptoms for a long time and require more intensive treatment in order to learn to cope with them.

In addition, many crystal meth users suffer from co-occurring disorders, either caused by their substance abuse or having led to the abuse as a means of self-treatment, and inpatient care is often much more effective for those suffering from multiple disorders.

Do I Need Inpatient Care for My Crystal Meth Addiction?

You may require inpatient care for crystal meth addiction, but in some cases, outpatient treatment is just as effective. It is absolutely necessary to consult a doctor before choosing any specific treatment option, but ask yourself the questions below to find out if inpatient treatment may be suitable to your needs.

  • Have you been abusing meth for a long period of time and in high doses?
  • Do you use the drug in a binge-crash pattern or for long periods at a time to prolong your high?
  • Is your tolerance for the drug extremely high?
  • Do you still abuse it anyway, even if you barely gain any effects from it?
  • Have you experienced severe withdrawal symptoms whenever you’ve tried to stop using meth?
  • Do you suffer from a co-occurring mental disorder?
  • Are you beginning to experience psychotic symptoms as a result of your meth abuse?
  • Are you beginning to experience brain damage as a result of your meth abuse?
  • Are you without a strong social support system of friends and family at home?
  • Do you require 24-hour care for a medical condition either associated or not associated with your substance abuse?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should consider attending inpatient care for your crystal meth addiction treatment. This may be the safest and most effective option for your needs.

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Call 800-681-7369Who Answers? now to find a rehab program that will allow you to recover from crystal meth abuse and addiction safely and on your terms. Let us help you begin your journey of recovery today.

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