Amphetamine Drug Rehab

amphetamine.jpgAccording to the DEA’s 2009 report on the current drug threat in the US, there are four major problems the agency must focus on:

  • cocaine (crack or powder)
  • heroin
  • marijuana
  • and methamphetamine.

These drugs represent a threat to the public – both users and innocent civilians – and require law enforcement prioritization to effectively stop.

Amphetamine addiction – not just crystal meth, but other forms as well – is a growing problem and it has created the need for more treatment programs devoted to helping users find amphetamine drug rehab help. Amphetamines also pose a major public health threat since there are thousands of criminal and medical cases reported annually due to abuse of the drug.

What is an Amphetamine?

Amphetamines are basically an appetite suppressant and stimulant. They are oftentimes used to treat certain psychological disorders such as ADHD (attention deficit hyperactive disorder) and narcolepsy. For example, a common amphetamine is the prescription drug Adderall.

Amphetamines stimulate the brain and nerves (central nervous system), increasing blood pressure and heart rate, and therefore decreasing one’s appetite. There are other side effects witnessed as well depending on the extent of amphetamine use. Amphetamines are characterized by powerful addictive tendencies and dependency on the drug can result quickly.

The Best Amphetamine Drug Rehab

Most drug addiction treatment and recovery centers offer amphetamine drug rehab programs. Unfortunately, the majority of them do not work because the addiction is not approached in proper fashion and the individual is not prepared for a long term recovery.

Our amphetamine drug rehab programs are different from other programs available. There are a number of reasons why our programs work while so many of the others fail. Our programs are designed to give clients the best chance at future success by instilling valuable life skills and knowledge as part of their treatment. At Freedom Treatment Center, a client will learn how to:

  • confront and then control potentially dangerous or harmful situations
  • communicate more effectively with others
  • improve their problem solving and reasoning skills
  • overcome the tendency to live in the past
  • purge their bodies of the substance they are addicted to and all of its residues
  • restore their ethics, integrity, morals, and responsibility
  • use certain recovery tools necessary to the acquiring and retaining of knowledge

Amphetamine Drug Rehab Help at Freedom Treatment Center

With the highest success rate in the nation, we are confident that we can tailor an amphetamine addiction treatment program that will work for you, or someone you care about.

We are always available to answer any of your questions on a 24/7/365 basis. For more information on any of our programs, please contact us at the toll-free phone number at the top of the page.