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Recovering from drug addiction can be a challenging process. People who are serious about living a sober life need to seek professional help. Individuals struggling with ecstasy addiction are no exception. Attempting to quit ecstasy abuse without professional help can lead to relapse, overdose, and, in some cases, death.
When people take ecstasy, they increase the amounts of dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin in the brain, which causes an increase in energy and euphoria. The drug can also cause people to feel like their senses or time has been altered. When taken in excess, the brain will decrease the amount of chemicals that are normally in the brain to make up for the influx. People with an ecstasy addiction are either taking the drug in order to feel normal or increase what they take on a regular basis so they can achieve the high that they first felt.
When people first attempt to stop ecstasy abuse, they’re likely to experience withdrawal symptoms. In a detox program, patients can work through those negative symptoms in a safe and comfortable environment. Treatment goes beyond detoxing, though.
Once ecstasy is cleansed from the system, people need to go through rehabilitation. During rehab, patients learn how to cope with life’s stresses without turning back to ecstasy abuse. There are many different treatment programs offered to patients at rehab centers. The best rehab centers around the United States provide their clients with behavioral therapy, pharmacotherapy, and holistic therapy, all of which allow patients to learn, feel comfortable, and vent their frustrations.
At Beaches Recovery, we work with patients from across the United States who are struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. Our Jacksonville, Florida location is specifically designed to house our clients comfortably and safely for as long as they need to stay with us.
From drug rehab and beyond, we teach our clients the best ways to cope with stresses, triggers, and cravings without turning back to drug use. We have specialists on-hand that are familiar with how ecstasy affects the brain. No matter what problems arise during your treatment, our experienced staff is able to help you cope and can also adjust your treatment schedule or programs to fit your exact needs. Our partner detox center can cleanse ecstasy out of your system before you start treatment.
Once you finish drug rehab, we can help you transition into the next stages of addiction treatment. We offer a number of outpatient programs as well as transitional living, which allows you to stay in constant contact with medical professionals while you adapt to life outside the treatment center. No matter how long you’ve been staying with us, we’re not going to push you into the next stage of treatment if you don’t think you’re ready. We want you to feel comfortable through each step of treatment.
You don’t have to maintain an ecstasy abuse habit. You can get the help you need to quit with Beaches Recovery. Our treatment center, medical staff, and carefully selected programs could be just what you need to start your journey to sobriety. The first step in the recovery process is to reach out for the help you need.
Getting help for addiction is a possibility for you. Call Beaches Recovery today at 866-605-0532 to talk with someone about your treatment options.