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Ecstasy Addiction Treatment

Ecstasy Treatment

Ecstasy is known as a “club drug” or a substance used to give party goers an unusual high. It rarely causes primary addiction, but abusers can often lose control over its use. If you suspect that you are beginning to experience ecstasy addiction, you need to seek treatment at once. If not, it could destroy your life.

Ecstasy – Its Nature

Ecstasy, also known as MDMA, X, Molly, or other names, is a synthetic, psychoactive drug that is similar in chemical properties to methamphetamine, a known stimulant. This chemical substance produces:

  • Feelings of excitement
  • Euphoria
  • Increased energy
  • Emotional warmth
  • It also distorts your perception of time
  • To some people, it can become highly addictive

According to the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, ecstasy has several street names. They are Wafers, Hug Drug, E, Beans, XTC, 4 Dot, White Nothing and Rolls.

“What is next to ecstasy? Pain. What is next to pain? Nothingness. What is next to nothingness? Hell.” – Umera Ahmed

Dangers of Addiction

A sign of addiction to ecstasy is when a user notices he likes to take it even if he’s not at a party. That means the emotional attachment to the drug has risen to the level of addiction. Patients usually cannot even “break even” at this point – they keep trying to recreate the high from ecstasy. The usual treatment for ecstasy involves an inpatient treatment center for men, including detox and therapy.

Premature deaths can be directly related to ecstasy, but is not primarily the case. A person under the influence of ecstasy can die due to:

  • Loss of control in driving while under the drug’s influence
  • Electrolyte imbalance
  • Other dangerous substances taken with the drug
  • Drinking too much alcohol or consuming other drugs and ignoring the consequences
  • Water poisoning or hyponatremia due to consuming huge amounts of water in the absence of the right amount of salts in the body. Abusers of ecstasy feel overly hot

Ecstasy Addiction Treatment

There is no need to worry if you suspect that you or a loved one is already addicted to ecstasy. Treatment for ecstasy addiction is readily available at His House. You will be helped by an addiction specialist to identify the right treatment plan and in the development of healthier coping skills.

When entering inpatient ecstasy treatment, you can expect to develop a relapse prevention plan to ensure that you will be ecstatic-free for the rest of his life.

You will be given two choices of ecstasy drug addiction treatments:

  • Inpatient: the most preferred set up especially for those who are already highly addicted to the drug, and also with those who have concurrent mental issues. His House drug rehab centers have all the necessary staff, tools and instruments and medicine that will put you on the path to breaking your addiction.
  • Outpatient: the more affordable option, outpatient treatment plans for men can be less effective than inpatient due to the continued presence of potential relapse triggers. However, it’s a great option for those who cannot miss work or other obligations.
``Ecstasy is a stimulant drug, which means it speeds up the messages traveling between the brain and body.`` – Drug Info

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