Meth Addiction Treatment for Men

Meth Addiction

Methamphetamine, more commonly known as meth, is an addictive substance which impacts more than one million people per year in the United States. Effective meth treatment involves taking a comprehensive approach to recovery, addressing all areas contributing to addiction and addictive behavior. These therapies include cognitive-behavioral therapy, contingency management, individual and group therapy.

Continued use of meth leads to changes in brain chemistry that result in devastating physical and mental consequences. Side effects that come with meth addiction include confusion, violence, anxiety, hallucinations, psychosis, paranoia, delusions, skin sores, malnutrition, heart failure, memory loss, and cognitive and motor impairments.

Users turn to meth for its euphoric properties, often taking continuous doses to extend a high as long as possible. This increases risk of drug overdose and leads to continual dependence on the drug. Addiction may worsen to the point that obtaining and using meth become the goals around which the individual’s life revolves.

Effective meth treatment differs from one individual to another, accounting for co-occurring disorders or addictions, underlying mental or emotional trauma, the length of use, and more.

At Freeman Recovery Center, we provide meth treatment in Dickson, TN that not only empowers the individual with ways to overcome addiction, but also helps to build a community of continuous support for the individual’s continued success. We offer resources for loved ones such as friends and family, as well as group therapy to help individuals build trust and understanding. When individuals understand that they are not alone, they are more likely to continue successful recovery, knowing there are others around them who care about their well-being and who will help them overcome the many obstacles ahead.

Our experts are always on hand to assist with physical, emotional, mental, and behavioral care involved throughout the treatment process. We know that recovery is a constant journey, which is why we continue to provide resources and support after residential care ends. To learn more about meth treatment and our recovery services, please give us a call.

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(615) 645-3677