Stimulant Addiction Treatment At Mountainview Recovery
About Mountainview Recovery
Mountainview Recovery provides alcohol addiction treatment to help guide you through every step of drug rehab & substance abuse treatment. Our substance abuse treatment and drug rehab center offers personalized care for our family of patients. Our unique recovery center setting allows our patients to unplug and focus on their recovery in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains!
A patient’s Stimulant Addiction Treatment experience often depends on the type of substance he/she is recovering from, the severity of the addiction and any co-occurring conditions, such as a mental health disorder, that may be present. Our Programs offer an optional Residential Treatment Program and Intensive Outpatient Treatment plans to best fit your need!
When Patients come to Mountainview Recovery for Stimulant Addiction Treatment, the first step is to make sure the patient has fully detoxed. Our Drug Detox Program at Mountainview Recovery utilizes industry leading patient care and Medication Assisted Treatment during detox to minimize the side effects of drug detox.
At Mountainview Recovery, our Stimulant Addiction Treatment programs are customized for each individual. We want each of our patients to know that their recovery and care while going through Stimulant Addiction Treatment is thoroughly planned and effective. We encourage each prospective new patient to call us and allow our trained staff to answer each and every questions you might have about our Stimulant Addiction Treatment programs.
Many stimulant drugs are amphetamines or amphetamine-derived. For example, the widely used prescription stimulant Adderall is a combination of amphetamine and its molecular mirror-image, dextroamphetamine. Methamphetamine and MDMA are also amphetamine derivatives. Some prescription stimulants, including methylphenidate, are not amphetamines but have amphetamine-like pharmacologic effects.
Cocaine is another widely abused stimulant drug. Illicit sources of cocaine is most commonly encountered as a white crystalline powder or in free-base form (e.g., crack cocaine). In its various forms, cocaine may be injected, snorted, or smoked. Pharmaceutical cocaine is a Schedule II substance with limited medical use as a local topical anesthetic and vasoconstrictor. Such use is dwarfed by the prevalent nonmedical abuse of illicit forms of the drug.
Synthetic cathinones are lab-made drugs chemically similar to cathinone—a naturally occurring stimulant substance found in the khat plant. Sometimes sold as “bath salts”, synthetic cathinones are marketed as substitutes for drugs like cocaine or amphetamines, which are often more expensive and difficult to obtain. Synthetic cathinones are an example of what some public health officials refer to as novel psychoactive substances (NPS). Because these drugs undergo unregulated manufacturing and distribution processes, they are difficult for law enforcement to crack down on, the drugs may be impossible to dose with any certainty, and they may have unpredictable effects.
The initial step of stimulant addiction treatment is detox. During detox, our medical team help with the actual piece of the fixation by getting the drugs out of the individual’s body. Detox ordinarily can take as long as seven days, however, it could keep going longer depending upon the seriousness of the addiction and amount of stimulant dosage.
The kind of stimulants utilized influences what amount of time it requires to detox. Individuals that are working to detox from cocaine will, in general, have a shorter detox time in comparison with those dependent on stimulants, for example, ADHD Medication. Stimulants are intended to last more and develop in the body over the long run, so it takes more time for the body to free itself of them. Regular stimulant addiction withdrawal symptoms include:
- Mood Swings
Stimulant abuse can have devastating cardiovascular consequences. Stimulant drugs can speed up heartbeat and ramp up blood pressure—increasing the risk of a sudden stroke and cardiac arrest. Smoking and snorting stimulants can increase the risk of lung infection and inflammation.
These drugs can also damage the digestive system; ulcers and bowel decay can develop as a result of interrupted blood flow to the delicate tissues of the gastrointestinal tract. As stimulants typically suppress appetite, the person may also suffer from malnutrition.
Dehydration and increased body temperature are common side effects of stimulants like MDMA and synthetic cathinones. Spiking body temperatures, dehydration, and delirium may all contribute to a condition called rhabdomyolysis, which is a breakdown of skeletal muscles and an ensuing flooding of the kidneys with toxins that cause them to shut down.
People experiencing hallucinations because of stimulants like bath salts, meth, or crack may pick at their skin, or even develop formication, a hallucination that there are insects crawling on them. This excessive scratching or picking damages the skin, leading to open sores that can become infected.
At Mountainview Recovery, we offer an optional Residential Treatment component to our Stimulant Addiction Treatment. Our Residential Treatment component offers the 24-hour supervised care in our safe and relaxing treatment center. While at our treatment center, Mountainview Recovery offers medical, psychological, and progressive treatment and services like yoga and a licensed acupuncturist to help patients in recovery. The goal of residential treatment component for stimulant addiction treatment is to help patients find their “new normal” and become independent without the stimulants they are recovering from. Our optional Residential Treatment program has the following benefits:
- Develop healthy coping and behavioral skills for preventing relapse
- Stress reducing and management skills
- Help rebuild positive interpersonal relationships
- 24/7 education and living skills
The Intensive Outpatient Rehabilitation program for Stimulant Addiction Treatment at Mountainview Recovery is the best in the business. Our Intensive Outpatient care center allows our patients to continue with their daily duties like family, work and school while completing their Stimulant Addiction Treatment program. Our Intensive Outpatient Treatment programs allows patients to meet several times per week in group and individual sessions. Our services have great Aftercare and step-down programs that patients participate in as they continue through their recovery and sober living.
Mountainview Recovery is family owned and operated with the belief that every single person going through addiction recovery should be treated with the kindness, respect and professional care they deserve. Started in 2018, Mountainview Recovery works hard everyday to provide each and every patient the highest quality addiction recovery and substance abuse treatment services. Starting with their personalized treatment recovery plans and continuing through their aftercare services, Mountainview Recovery continues to deliver the best addiction recovery care and follows all safety and patient care requirements to be LegitScript Certified!
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