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Ketamine Drug Rehab
What is Ketamine?
Originally developed by the Parke-Davis company in 1962, ketamine is primarily used in both human and veterinary medicine. It produces a dissociative effect which is fast-acting in nature and was originally developed to replace PCP in 1963. From a recreational use standpoint, ketamine is usually snorted or swallowed and is considered to be a powerfully addictive substance.
Ketamine Side Effects
Ketamine can greatly impair the senses, specifically balance, sense of time, and sight. However, it can also cause cardiovascular depression, nausea, and either depression or stimulation of the respiratory system. Although it is usually manufactured as an injectable liquid, when it is used as a recreational drug, it is typically evaporated so that it is in powder form and can be smoked or snorted.
As the drug is odorless and tasteless, it can easily be added to beverages without detection, hence being classified as a “date rape” drug. It oftentimes produces a dream-like state as well as hallucinations. Recreational users claim that they have felt anything from a floating feeling to feeling completely separated from one’s body. In more severe cases, people have experienced terrifying feelings like total sensory detachment similar to a near-death experience.
Ketamine Drug Rehab at Freedom Treatment Center
The Freedom Treatment Center is an addiction treatment and recovery center that offers drug rehab programs which can be customized to target the addicted individual’s specific needs. We offer alternative treatment methods as well as very innovative recovery therapies, and that is what separates our facility from all the traditional drug rehab centers in the US.
For many years now, we have been successfully treating alcohol and substance addiction. When a client leaves our addiction treatment and recovery center, there is a greater chance that the individual will remain substance-free for life instead of relapsing. We designed and developed the Freedom Treatment Center to be a residential setting where clients can recover in a homelike environment. In so doing, our facility provides a more comforting atmosphere and is far less intimidating than the traditional facilities.
We are available to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, whether you are suffering from ketamine addiction or any other type of dependency issues. If you need more information about our drug addiction treatment programs here at the Freedom Treatment Center , please feel free to contact us at the toll-free telephone number listed at the top of this page.
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You can find freedom from drug and alcohol addiction. Our holistic approach from an experienced and caring staff give you the tools necessary to recover in a healthy, comfortable environment so you can get on with your life.