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Inpatient Concerta Rehab Centers

Concerta is the commonly known brand name for the medication methylphenidate, used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. The drug, like heroin, marijuana, and cocaine, stimulates the central nervous system and causes the brain to release more dopamine, a feel good chemical. This trains the reward center of the brain to crave the medication and that can lead to dependence and addiction.

According to the US National Library of Medicine, Concerta is habit forming and people with prescriptions are warned to avoid:

  • Taking a larger dose
  • Taking it more often than directed
  • Taking it for a longer time than prescribed
  • Taking it in a different manner than prescribed by a doctor

Those are all types of nonmedical use and a good way to develop an addiction. However, Concerta abuse isn’t limited to those with prescriptions. There are also people who illegally obtain and use the drug. Users compare it to stimulants like cocaine and caffeine.

People who have developed a Concerta addiction need the help of a professional Concerta rehab center. But, knowing you need treatment is just the beginning. You also need to know what kind of treatment would best meet your individual needs. To figure that out, you have to learn a lot about rehab. The following discussion should help you to feel more informed about inpatient rehab for Concerta addiction.

If you have more questions, you don’t have to keep reading and researching. You can simply call and speak to an expert. Call 800-681-7369Who Answers? to speak to an addiction specialist who knows all about Concerta abuse. You don’t have to act alone. People are waiting to support you during this difficult time.

How Does Inpatient Rehab Differ from Outpatient Rehab?

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There are many rehab centers prepared to help people with a Concerta substance abuse issue. Although each program will vary, the two main types of care are inpatient and outpatient.

Outpatient rehab is attractive to people who cannot take time away from their daily lives. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 23.5 million individuals over the age of 12 needed substance abuse treatment in 2009. However, only 11.2 percent of them received it. Many people attribute this discrepancy to people who have too many responsibilities to take time for rehab. For people with daily familial, household, occupational, and/or educational tasks, outpatient care is the only option.

Patients in outpatient care simply attend sessions at the rehab center during scheduled times and otherwise continue to live their normal lives. This means that they are home each night and available for part of every day. As rehab moves along, the amount of time spent at the rehab lessens, allowing them even more independent time. This is also an appealing option because it tends to be less expensive than the alternative.

Patients in inpatient rehab actually live at the rehab center. This means that they must take time away from their responsibilities. However, they also receive more individualized care, one-on-one attention, round-the-clock monitoring and additional programs and services.

Do I Really Need Inpatient Care for My Concerta Addiction?

Inpatient care has many benefits. It provides a buffer from daily life that not only eliminates the temptation that leads to relapse, but allows participants to better focus on treatment. When your meals are taken care of and you don’t have work waiting for you or children needing care, all of your attention can be directed at getting better.

Large doses of Concerta can lead to changes in your mood and stimulants and withdrawal from them can actually cause a form of psychosis. In an inpatient program, you get constant supervision and health care that keep you and the people around your safe and healthy if Concerta use leads to dangerous psychological symptoms.

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What Is the Best Residential Care I Can Receive?

If you are looking for a rehab experience like that enjoyed by the rich and famous, you are interested in luxury rehab. Although the pricing is prohibitive for many, those who can afford it enjoy:

  • Top quality linens and bedding
  • Individual rooms
  • Maid service
  • Laundry service
  • Gourmet meals
  • Amenities, like massage and gym access
  • Gorgeous atmosphere

No expense is spared to make the rehab setting a spa-like retreat. However, this is just the most luxurious. It isn’t necessarily the best.

The best rehab for you will be the one that works.

For help finding the best rehab for you situation, call 800-681-7369Who Answers?. The sooner you call, the sooner you are on the road to recovery.

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For those seeking addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one, the InpatientDrugRehabCenters.com is a private and convenient solution.

Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by American Addiction Centers (AAC).

We are standing by 24/7 to discuss your treatment options. Our representatives work solely for AAC and will discuss whether an AAC facility may be an option for you. Our helpline is offered at no cost to you and with no obligation to enter into treatment.

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