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MDMA Drug Rehab
What is MDMA?
MDMA is the abbreviation for Methylenedioxymethamphetamine and is more commonly known as Ecstasy or the Love Drug. It falls into the DEA category of “club” drugs and although it is not considered to be highly addictive, it is abused for recreational purposes amongst younger circles that frequent the club scene and “raves”, hence the category nickname. It is classified as an “entactogenic” drug, a psychoactive drug that produces very distinctive emotional and social side effects as well as hallucinations.
MDMA’s or Ecstasy has other nicknames such as Adam, Hug, Kleenex, Molly, X, or X-TC. It is typically classified by virtue of the following characteristics and effects when taking it:
- Diminished anxiety and depression
- Inducing a euphoric state
- A sense of intimacy with others
In the fields of cognitive therapy and psychology, it has oftentimes been suggested that MDMA’s have several therapeutic benefits and can facilitate therapy sessions with certain individuals. For instance, clinical trials have been conducted to in order to test its therapeutic potential for the anxiety experienced by terminal cancer patients or those individuals who are suffering from PTSD or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
The frequent use (abuse) of MDMA’s usually results in increased tolerance to the drug which can occur very quickly. As a result, it takes increasingly higher doses of the drug to achieve the desired effect or acceptable “high” as the tolerance keeps building. Additionally, the more you use it, the amphetamine effects take over and the intimacy euphoria becomes much less noticeable.
A sign that the recreational abuse or addiction to an MDMA is taking a person over is indicated when that individual is driven to obtain more of the drug and spends a considerable amount of time doing so. Another one of the primary “red flags” or warning signs that an addiction to MDMA’s exists is once the individual can no longer control the use of the drug. Once the desire to use an MDMA overtakes a person’s will to control or stop the use of it, an MDMA drug rehab program is the only solution to the problem.
About the Freedom Treatment Center
The Freedom Treatment Center now offers MDMA drug rehab programs that we can tailor to the specific addiction treatment and recovery requirements of the suffering individual. Unlike the more traditional drug rehab facilities that still look like clinics or hospitals, our facility welcomes the addicted individual into a comforting facility and allows you to be treated and recover in a homelike environment. This is far less intimidating than what you would experience at a traditional addiction treatment and recovery center.
If you would like more information on our programs or if you have further questions, please contact us at the toll-free phone number listed at the top of the page.
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