Meth Detox at Banyan Delaware

The use of methamphetamine has grown since its introduction in 1919. Meth is a potent stimulant that creates an intense feeling of euphoria by attacking the central nervous system. The high produced by meth results in hyperactivity, loss of appetite, and an overall sense of pleasure. Meth is also referred to as speed, ice, crystal, glass, and crank. Meth derives amphetamines, a drug that is now prescribed to treat children with ADD and adults with narcolepsy. But unlike amphetamines, methamphetamine contains N-methylation, a powerful component that increases its solubility and toxicity.1

Users will continue to go back to using meth because of the powerful high it induces. This can develop into an addiction, which can damage a person’s health and relationship with others. Regardless of how methamphetamine is ingested, it can result in deadly consequences. At Banyan Delaware, we offer methamphetamine detox to help patients recover from their addiction to meth and lead a sober life.

Signs of Meth Addiction

Because of its powerful properties, users can quickly develop an addiction to meth. Despite the euphoric feelings it may produce, meth is a dangerous drug that can cause severe health problems. As a person’s tolerance to meth continues to grow, the risk of overdose increases. This can lead to a terrifying trip to the emergency room, or could even be fatal. Individuals who abuse meth can benefit from a methamphetamine detox, as well as our residential drug treatment.

Although the long-term effects of meth use vary depending on the person, there are still some initial signs of use to look out for.

Some of these may include:

  • Poor dental hygiene
  • Excessive scratching
  • Severe weight loss
  • Acne 
  • Skin sores
  •  Anxiety
  •  Paranoia
  •  Irritability
  • Aggression

Looking out for these signs of meth abuse can help those suffering from this addiction get the help they need. If you or someone you know shows these signs, Banyan Delaware encourages you to immediately seek treatment. At our rehab facility in Delaware, we provide methamphetamine detox to help those battling with this disease begin their recovery.

Meth Detox at Our Rehab Center in Delaware

Meth abuse can affect the areas and chemicals in the brain that are responsible for cognitive functions like controlling emotions, memories, and learning. Long-term crystal meth use can destroy these important processes in the brain, resulting in psychological problems or mental illness that may only be treated with medical assistance.

At our addiction rehab center, we offer a crystal meth detox to help patients overcome the psychological and physical aftermath of addiction to meth. During the detox from methamphetamine, we provide medical support and care to help improve patients’ physical health. Our treatment is done in a manner that is safe, healthy, and successful. Without a crystal meth detoxification, many patients may unfortunately experience overwhelming withdrawal symptoms throughout their recovery process. With a medically monitored detox treatment, withdrawal symptoms can be safely and comfortably managed. Alongside the appropriate treatment, detox can lead to sustained and long-term sobriety.


Most Insurance Plans Accepted

At Banyan Treatment Centers, 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.

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