Meth Addiction Treatment at Banyan Chicago
Methamphetamine, or meth, is a stimulant that is usually found in the form of a white powder or pill that is most often smoked or injected. Although meth is an illegal drug in the United States, many people abuse the drug for its “rush” and euphoric effects and then become addicted. Once addicted, people may experience withdrawal symptoms when they try to stop, or they get carried away and can overdose.
If you are in need of meth abuse treatment, you are not alone. The National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that about 440,000 Americans reported having used meth in the past month and about 1.2 million Americans reported use in the past year.1 If you suspect that your loved one is in need of meth abuse treatment, make sure you know what signs to look out for.
Signs and Symptoms of Meth Abuse
Heavy cocaine abuse can result in some serious health consequences. Signs someone may be abusing meth and in need of meth addiction treatment include:
- Increased energy and hyperactivity
- Not sleeping
- Decreased appetite and weight loss
- Rapid heartbeat and increased blood pressure
- Higher body temperature
- Scabs from intense scratching
- Severe dental problems (meth mouth)
- Paranoia or hallucinations
- Violent behavior1
People may also experience withdrawal symptoms. If your loved one is exhibiting many of these signs, it may be time to get them help with our substance abuse treatment programs.
Treating a Meth Addiction
At Banyan Chicago, we have the proper meth addiction treatment you need for long-term success and sobriety. Because meth is highly addictive, it is easy for people to cross that line from recreational use to dependence. The first step to regaining control of your life is to admit that you have a problem and to take part in formal meth addiction treatment.
Our treatment centers in Chicago offer various levels of care to help you through every step of the recovery process. With our PHP treatment and intensive outpatient program, you will be surrounded by an environment that is designed with your success in mind. When you leave our facilities, your recovery doesn’t stop there. Our alumni recovery programs in Chicago will keep you connected to other recovering peers to prevent relapse.
Besides focusing solely on removing your body’s dependence on the drug, our meth treatment in Chicago will also work to improve all of the aspects of your life or your loved one’s life that meth has tainted. With our dual diagnosis treatment, we want to improve your mental health as well. Through programs like group therapy sessions, cognitive behavioral therapy, and family therapy, we work to instill the right mindset to overcome your addiction and never look back.
Get the meth treatment program you need at our drug and alcohol treatment center in Chicago. Do not let your meth addiction control the life of you or your loved one any longer. Reach out to us today to learn more about our drug rehab and how you can get started.
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Most Insurance Plans Accepted
At Banyan Chicago our goal is to make sure that anyone who needs treatment from drug and alcohol addiction are able to get the help needed to assist them on the road to recovery. If you don't have insurance contact us to inquire about alternate methods regarding treatment for yourself or a loved one.