Ketamine is a party drug or club drug. Most people do not become addicted to ketamine because they do not use it on a regular basis. When it does become an addiction it is nothing to play around with. You shouldn’t underestimate how powerful it’s hold can be on you mentally.
Addiction to psychoactive drugs like ketamine play tricks on your mind. When large amounts are taken for long periods of time it can cause frightening mental delusions, hallucinations and paranoid behavior. It also has physical side effects that are extremely dangerous.
When searching for help for an addiction to ketamine you might not know where to turn. It can seem overwhelming to make any major decisions when you are in such a fragile state. It is, however, important to choose a treatment facility that offers a program that is suited to your needs if you’re to have any chance at long term recovery from drug addiction.
We can help you find the best program for your needs. Call 800-601-3889 to get started.
Tips for Finding Treatment for Ketamine
In the past there weren’t a lot of options for ketamine addiction. Recently drugs like ketamine, Adderall and ritalin are being abused by young people and college students and it has become necessary to find suitable treatments for addictions to these mind altering drugs.
Inpatient and outpatient drug treatment facilities have added programs to treat addictions to drugs like these that include both medical treatment and behavioral therapy or counseling to help people conquer the strong hold the drugs have over them.
Ask Your Doctor
The first step in finding a treatment center for an addiction to ketamine is to talk to your doctor. It’s okay to be open and honest and it’s an important step in in your recovery. It shows that you have admitted you need help with your addiction and that you’re open to receiving it.
Your doctor will answer your questions about drug treatment. Will I be able to continue classes? Will I have I be able to stay at home with my family during treatment? All these factors will depend on how severe the addition to ketamine is and how long you’ve been abusing it.
Outpatient treatment therapy is effective for most people with addictions to psychoactive drugs like ketamine, Adderall and ritalin. If your doctor believes that is the best fit for your treatment you will be able to receive therapy on an outpatient basis. That means that most of the time, after a brief inpatient detox stay you can continue your therapy while living at home.
It’s comforting to be surrounded by your loved ones during your recovery. Once you feel better physically and mentally you will be able to return to classes or to your job.
Local Treatment Finder
Another great option for finding treatment for ketamine addiction is local treatment finders online. Most will ask you type in basic information that starts with where you live. Most people choose a treatment center close to their home because they need to be there regularly for their medication and counseling sessions.
After you’ve selected you’re requested location most treatment finders offer other other options to help you to narrow down your best choices. Some offer therapy centered around faith and are religion based. Others offer similar programs that require inner reflection but are not spiritual in nature. They help to find treatment centers that are in network with your insurance company if it covers a portion of your medical treatment. It will even guide you to treatment centers that are no cost or reduced cost if there are limited funds to pay.
For immediate assistance with finding a ketamine addiction treatment center near you, call us toll-free at 800-601-3889.