Stimulant Addiction Treatments in Modesto
Leave Stimulant Addiction in the Past
Do you feel like you are living under the weight and shadow of stimulant addiction? The Lakes Treatment Center near Modesto is here to help you overcome it and lead the life you want to live again. We believe and know that you are bigger than your addiction, no matter how scary it might seem right now.
So many people in the region love The Lakes Treatment Center because we offer:
- Personalized approaches to recovery
- Judgment free space
- Care that acknowledges your spiritual health needs
- Professionals who want you to get better
If you want to fight addiction to a stimulant today, then please know that we are always standing by to lend a hand wherever we can.
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- What is a Stimulant?
- Signs of Stimulant Addiction
- Treatments for Stimulant Addiction
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- Stimulant Addiction FAQ:
Please call (209) 309-3573 as soon as you would like to know more information about our services and where to start for your path to sobriety.
A stimulant is a drug that is designed to heighten or “improve” a bodily function, including psychological processes, by speeding up how quickly the brain can relay messages across neurons and nerves. When taking a stimulant, people often report feeling “better” because of the heightened emotions that come with the quickened mental processes and functions. However, when a stimulant or “upper” wears off, there will be a consequent crash, which can bring full-body pain, depression, and other mental health concerns.
Some commonly used stimulants include:
Some people use stimulants after obtaining them through unlawful methods. Many others receive a stimulant through a legitimate prescription but become addicted to it. Our specialists know how to approach a treatment plan regardless of how an addiction began or what type of stimulant was used.
People who take stimulants often do not realize that they are addicted to them. The high feeling clouds their judgment and convinces them that they are making the right decision because they feel “good” after taking a dose. What they do not realize is that this is one of the first signs of addiction.
You might have a stimulant addiction if you:
- Always think about the next time you will be able to take another stimulant.
- Spend any extra money you have to get another dose.
- Steal stimulants from other people or a pharmacy.
- Constantly crave stimulants even when you know you should not have more.
- Only feel happy while on a stimulant.
- Cannot eat or sleep unless you recently took a stimulant.
Extended use of stimulants can be extremely dangerous. Many can cause cardiorespiratory damage, seizures, and mental health difficulties.
Fighting stimulant addiction sooner than later is important, so please call (209) 309-3573 now.
The Lakes Treatment Center offers a variety of programs and services that can help you fight your stimulant addiction. We do not push you into any sort of treatment that does not sound correct or helpful to you. To give you the best chance of recovering from addiction, we insist that your program is personalized to your needs and preferences. We can even offer medical detox care for people who have severe addictions and cannot stop all drug use at once.
Come to our Modesto drug addiction treatment center today. We are the first step in many peoples’ recovery journeys that lead them to happy, sober futures. It would be our honor to be that same first step to you. But we cannot help you unless you let us.
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Detoxification is generally not required for stimulant addiction treatment because the withdrawal symptoms from stimulant drugs are not life-threatening. However, some individuals may benefit from medical supervision during the withdrawal process to manage any discomfort and ensure a safe transition to further treatment.
Yes, stimulant addiction can be treated on an outpatient basis. Outpatient programs allow individuals to receive treatment while living at home and attending therapy sessions and support groups. This approach is suitable for individuals with mild to moderate addiction and who have stable living environments and a strong support system. However, the intensity and duration of treatment may vary depending on individual needs, and a professional assessment is important to determine the appropriate level of care.