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Women and men experience addiction treatment differently and gain different outcomes from the same treatment, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Consequently, women and men require different styles of rehab therapy.
The pressures of everyday life are also experienced by the genders in different ways. These differing perspectives and experiences mean that men and women seek treatment in ways unique to their gender. Men often find it easier to enroll in rehab, with greater allowances from work and home to do so. Women, on the other hand, are often discouraged from seeking treatment away from their work or household.
If you or a female in your life may be using meth, there are very clear indicators of this usage. When this happens, the need to treat the addiction becomes vitally important.
Methamphetamine is a crystalline powder that is extremely destructive to those who use it. Meth reaches the brain very quickly whether injected, orally consumed, smoked or snorted. The consequences of meth use are long term and far reaching in a user’s life.
Some of meth’s most frightening effects include severe dental problems, skin problems, behavioral issues, high risk for hepatitis and HIV and long-term changes in the brain.
Indicators of methamphetamine use include:
If you live or socialize with a meth user, you may find telltale signs of her use around her home, in her car or in other private spaces. Since methamphetamine can be snorted, orally consumed, smoked or injected, you may find:
The following behavioral and lifestyle changes also occur when someone is using meth:
If any of the above behaviors and symptoms are exhibited by a woman you love or you recognize these in yourself, it’s time for meth rehab. In Jacksonville, Florida, female meth addicts are able to seek treatment in a specialized private meth rehab for women at Beaches Recovery. This female-only program provides safety, security, comfort and a nurturing environment in which women can overcome their addiction to meth while getting to the root of why they turned to the drug in the first place.
Meth rehab for women is an all-female environment of housing and therapy. Women working to overcome addiction to meth gain spiritual and emotional growth in safe, warm and welcoming surroundings.
In meth rehab for women, addicts learn from each other as women often do, leaning upon each other for support, gaining insight from others’ experiences and participating in group and peer recovery. As the programs and housing are female-only, trauma, body image, grief, sexual abuse and other issues can be addressed with safety, security and privacy. All of this is accomplished while forming a network of strong support from other women who are walking the same path.
There are many reasons for you or the one you love who is addicted to meth to enter a meth rehab for women in Jacksonville, including:
The decision to enter treatment is hard for anyone. Women may have a more difficult time, with concerns about their roles at work and home. Health insurance worries may also weigh heavily. But effective treatment can end meth addiction and pave the way for a happy, healthy and productive life that every woman deserves.
Meth addiction is difficult to overcome. This condition requires professional treatment for recovery to be long lasting. At Beaches Recovery, specialized, private meth rehab for women helps females gain the recovery they need. Beaches Recovery accepts most health insurance plans. Help the woman in your life take her first steps to recovery, or take them for yourself, by calling 8666050532 today.