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Crystal Meth Addiction Treatment in Los Angeles


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Meth Addiction Treatment Program in Los Angeles

Methamphetamine, or crystal meth, is one of the most addictive substances someone can abuse. It is classified by the United States Drug Enforcement Administration as a Schedule II stimulant. Meth is sold on the streets either as a white and powdery or clear, crystal substance. Methods of administration include smoking, snorting, ingesting, or injecting. It is a potent stimulant that releases large amounts of dopamine, the pleasure-causing chemical in the brain, while simultaneously destroying the brain’s dopamine receptors. In other words, each time a person uses the drug, they need a higher dose to get the same effect. This causes a perpetual cycle of need and use meth that becomes increasingly difficult to end. To overcome this substance use disorder, it is necessary to enroll in a meth addiction treatment program. To learn about the program we offer at Silicon Beach Treatment Center, please call 866.520.4881 today. 

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Signs & Symptoms

Sign and Symptoms of Methamphetamine Abuse

Since methamphetamine is a powerful drug with a number of dangerous side effects, it is essential to familiarize yourself with some of the more prevalent symptoms of use. This way, if you suspect a family member or friend of abusing methamphetamine, you have the information to help. 

The signs and symptoms of methamphetamine abuse can vary depending on the individual, the duration and frequency of use, and the method of administration. However, some common signs and symptoms of methamphetamine abuse include:

Physical symptoms

  • Increased heart rate and blood pressure
  • Dilated pupils
  • Rapid breathing
  • Sweating
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Loss of appetite
  • Insomnia
  • Tooth decay and gum disease ("meth mouth")
  • Skin sores and infections from scratching

Psychological symptoms

  • Increased agitation or irritability
  • Anxiety or paranoia
  • Hallucinations or delusions
  • Depression or apathy
  • Mood swings or emotional instability
  • Difficulty concentrating or making decisions
  • Impulsiveness or risk-taking behaviors

Behavioral symptoms

  • Increased energy and activity level
  • Engaging in repetitive, compulsive behaviors (such as picking at skin or hair)
  • Lying or stealing to obtain drugs
  • Social isolation or withdrawal from friends and family
  • Neglecting personal hygiene or appearance
  • Financial problems or legal troubles related to drug use

It is important to note that methamphetamine abuse can have serious and long-lasting effects on physical and mental health, and can be fatal in some cases. If you suspect that you or someone you know may be struggling with methamphetamine abuse, it is important to seek help from a qualified healthcare provider or addiction specialist, such as the ones available through our LA meth addiction center, as soon as possible. Treatment for methamphetamine addiction typically involves a combination of behavioral therapy, medication, and support services to address both the physical and psychological aspects of addiction.

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Methamphetamine users find a lot of physical and emotional pleasure from getting high, so it is unusual that the person using meth will seek out treatment on their own. It is also challenging to engage in logical conversation with an active user. Therefore, if your loved one needs treatment, convincing them can become a long and challenging process. It is often best to wait until they hit rock bottom or come to you seeking help to find treatment. While it can be tempting to try to influence someone using meth, it is best not to try to push them towards treatment. Drug addiction is a tricky, dangerous disease, and its best handled by trained professionals.
It is wise to prepare yourself with information and to develop an action plan for if they come to you for help. It’s important to know that this may be when things seem most hopeless or when the person is given no other options. For example, this might occur when someone’s faced with jail time or court-appointed treatment. Do not get upset given these circumstances. Many people find success in court-appointed treatment because it is the final straw that pushes them towards help.

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Methamphetamine Addiction Treatment

Here at Silicon Beach Treatment Center, we have a multi-faceted approach catered to the individual to be the best way to treat methamphetamine addiction. It is common, particularly among meth users, to come into treatment addicted to more than one drug. In addition to this, it is also common for meth users to be suffering from mental or behavioral health issues. Treatment by an inexperienced or untrained individual can make the problem worse. If you or someone you love is struggling with an addiction to methamphetamine, do not wait. Reach out to Silicon Beach Treatment Center to see the treatment options that we have available. The treatment for methamphetamine addiction typically involves a combination of behavioral therapy, medication, and support services. Here are some of the common treatment options for methamphetamine addiction:

Behavioral therapy can help individuals learn new coping skills, address underlying mental health issues, and develop strategies for managing triggers and cravings. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a common approach that focuses on identifying and changing negative thought patterns and behaviors.

Some medications may be used to help manage symptoms of withdrawal and cravings during the early stages of recovery. For example, bupropion, an antidepressant, may help reduce cravings for methamphetamine, while medications such as naltrexone and acamprosate can help reduce cravings and prevent relapse.

Support groups can provide individuals with a supportive community of peers who understand the challenges of addiction and recovery.

Residential treatment programs provide a structured and supportive environment for individuals to focus on recovery. These programs typically involve a combination of individual and group therapy, as well as education on addiction and relapse prevention.

Outpatient treatment programs allow individuals to receive treatment while still living at home and attending work or school. These programs typically involve a combination of individual and group therapy, as well as education on addiction and relapse prevention.

It is important to note that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treating methamphetamine addiction. Treatment plans should be tailored to the individual’s needs, preferences, and circumstances. Seeking help from a qualified healthcare provider or addiction specialist is an important first step in addressing methamphetamine addiction. We are here to assist you as best we can. We believe that anyone who makes a mistake with meth addiction deserves another chance to live a better life.

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To learn about the treatment options at Silicon Beach Treatment Center, contact us for more information. Please feel free to reach out to us via phone at 866.520.4881. We look forward to helping you get back to having a productive and happy life without having to depend on methamphetamine and other substances.

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