Meth Rehab

The continued abuse of methamphetamines will negatively impact every aspect of a person’s life. While some people may feel as if they can casually or occasionally use this synthetic drug, the social, medical and psychological consequences will eventually catch up to everyone. If you or a loved one struggles with a methamphetamine addiction and wants to take the first step on the path to sobriety, Oceanfront Recovery can provide you with the services and facilities that you need for effective meth rehab in Orange County.

What Exactly is Meth?

In order to understand what takes place during meth treatment, it is important to understand what exactly this drug is and how it affects the body.

Methamphetamine is a synthetic psychostimulant that produces a wide range of effects depending on how much is taken, the manner in which it is taken and the individual’s tolerance to the drug. It often produces an excessive amount of energy and a powerful feeling of euphoria, especially when first being experimented with.

Unfortunately, as an individual builds up a tolerance to these chemicals, he or she will require more and more of the drug in order to achieve the same results. Overdosing will quickly become a concern as larger doses are needed, or an individual mixes meth with other drugs and alcohol. Due to the addictive nature of this substance, a comprehensive meth rehab facility is generally the only way most can permanently beat their dependency.

Some of the short- and long-term effects of meth use include:

  • Malnutrition
  • Hallucinations
  • Engaging in risky sexual behavior
  • Paranoia
  • Tooth decay
  • Confusion
  • Psychosis

Permanent Rehabilitation

Depending on the severity of the addiction, you may need to go through detox before entering our facilities for meth rehab in Orange County. Once the body has become acclimated to meth, quitting the substance will result in a number of physical and psychological side effects as the body attempts to “rebalance” itself. This period is known as detoxing and can take anywhere from three days for casual users to 10 days for long-term addicts. Those who are addicted to meth should never attempt to detox on their own. The withdrawal symptoms put an incredible strain on the body, and this should always be overseen by trained clinical professionals.

Once the physical effects of withdrawal have begun to subside, it is time to begin considering options for long-term meth treatment. These addictions are often the result of a wide variety of factors, including past trauma, abuse, mental disorders and genetics. This means there is no single path toward sobriety that will be right for every person. Here at Oceanfront Recovery we take a personalized approach to meth rehab that will give you the best chance at quickly and permanently beating your addiction.

Reach out today!

If you or anyone you know is dealing with an addiction to meth and are unsure about your options for detox and rehab, please contact us today and take that first step toward a healthy and fulfilling life. We are here to help.