Inpatient Adderall Rehab Centers
Adderall addictions have become all too common. As the drug is the most commonly prescribed amphetamine, it is no surprise that it is also a very commonly abused substance. It is widely abused among young people who begin using it as a study aid. However, it doesn’t take long for it to transition from an occasional use to a gnawing compulsion to regularly used and if you are experiencing this, you know that Adderall is ruining your life.
You know that the path to recovery lies in formal, structured addiction treatment. But, there are many, many options for treatment. How do you know which one will work for you? Well, you have to do a little research and learning about inpatient Adderall rehab programs is a great place to start.
The following discussion will compare outpatient and inpatient care, discuss what happens during treatment, and address privacy issues. It should give you a good overview of these types of programs.
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How Does Inpatient Treatment Differ from Outpatient Treatment?
Inpatient treatment is often referred to as residential treatment because patients reside at the rehab facility. For the duration of your treatment, you will live at the center, which will provide room, board, and care. Typically, the living quarters resemble shared dorm rooms.
But, there are luxury inpatient rehab centers, as well, and these feature lush accommodations, private rooms, and high-end amenities. These centers have a higher cost than traditional inpatient rehabs do.
Outpatient treatment has no residential component. Patients remain residing in their homes and travel to the rehab center for their treatment. Initially, this may mean going to treatment daily, but it tends to relax over time. People often prefer outpatient care when they cannot take time from family responsibilities, work, or school. This type of care also tends to have a lower cost than inpatient care does.
What Happens in Inpatient Treatment for Adderall Addiction?
Each treatment program begins with a lengthy personal assessment during intake and that is used to put together an individualized treatment plan. This means that there is no one-size-fits-all approach that everyone goes through. Therefore, the following steps are generalized. You may not go through all of them.
Before formal treatment begins, patients have to remove the Adderall from their systems and this is done through a process called detoxification. During this period, you will experience withdrawal symptoms and the rehab center will work to alleviate the discomfort associated with them. A study rated the frequency of certain Adderall withdrawal symptoms and these were the most common:
- Irritability: 78 percent
- Aches and pains: 58 percent
- Depressed mood: 50 percent
- Impaired social functioning: 46 percent
Participants said that symptoms continued between five days and three weeks.
When detox is finished, you will enter addiction therapy. Multiple approaches will be taken, including:
You may also be given specialized care if you have more than one addiction (like Adderall and alcohol), you require treatment for a co-occurring medical or psychological condition, or you are part of a social situation (like domestic violence) that requires specific resources and care.
When you are ready to leave the inpatient facility, you will be offered extended or aftercare. You may be connected with resources, counseling, follow-up appointments, or 12 step groups.
Will My Privacy Be Respected?
It is quite common for participants in inpatient rehab to be concerned about the confidentiality of their treatment. Adderall rehab centers are legally required to maintain the privacy of all of their clients. In fact, there is more than one law that enforces privacy:
- Health Insurance and Portability and Accountability Act of 1996
- Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records
Legally, you rehab center will have to keeps your records locked away and keep the number of people who can access them extremely limited. Additionally, they cannot discuss your case without your consent.
If you feel you need a private room to better ensure your privacy, you may need to find a luxury Adderall rehab center.