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Treatment for Ketamine Abuse

Ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic medication that is widely used in veterinary practices to sedate animals for surgical procedures. Unfortunately, Ketamine is often stolen from veterinary offices and reformulated in clandestine labs to produce a powder form of the drug that can be snorted or consumed orally to produce euphoric effects. Treatment for Ketamine abuse can be found throughout the United States offering those who become accustomed to the use of this drug a place to safely escape the perils of potential addiction.

To learn more about Ketamine abuse treatment, or for help finding a program near you, call 800-601-3889(Who Answers?).

Methods of Treatment

Ketamine Abuse

Working with a therapist can help you understand and overcome Ketamine addiction.

Various methods of treatment can be used to help those who are abusing Ketamine. Most of the time, a combination of counseling and therapy provide the most effects means of treatment for those who have been abusing Ketamine. The premise is to first figure out why the individual is taking the drug and what void they are attempting to fill by using this substance.

Counseling is available in both individual and group formats often including family members, other recovering addicts or even friends in the treatment process. While group therapy is ideal for many people who abuse ketamine, for those who use the drug to cover up or mask personal emotions that they are not comfortable sharing with others, individual therapy is often more well suited.

Residential treatment is generally not required for those who are abusing Ketamine. Most people do well by entering into an outpatient program of treatment that provides tailored care focused on helping them to overcome the desire to use the drug. This method of treatment for ketamine abuse is generally combined with support in a program such as Narcotics Anonymous or a similar group.

Can I Attend a 12 Step Group for Ketamine Addiction?

Medical Intervention

Most people who abuse ketamine do not require any such medical intervention in order to recover from the perils of this form of substance abuse. In fact, there are no known medications or drugs that work to prevent or stop Ketamine abuse in its tracks. Because Ketamine does not have any major physical dependence factors associated with its use as of yet, medical intervention has not been devised to help those who abuse this drug.

Staying Sober

Ketamine abuse is a dangerous situation, but with help and treatment, you can find a way to stay sober. Staying sober takes support, which you can find in meetings and counseling or therapy sessions as well as through friends and family members. It’s also a good idea to take up new hobbies or make time to do things that are fun without the use of drugs. One major thing that you will learn in treatment is how to avoid situations in which you use drugs to help prevent relapse from occurring. This in turn will also help you in staying sober and reaching your recovery goals.

We can help you find a Ketamine addiction treatment center that fits your needs. Call 800-601-3889(Who Answers?) today!

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For those seeking addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one, the Ketamine.com helpline is a private and convenient solution.

Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by American Addiction Centers (AAC).

We are standing by 24/7 to discuss your treatment options. Our representatives work solely for AAC and will discuss whether an AAC facility may be an option for you. Our helpline is offered at no cost to you and with no obligation to enter into treatment. Neither Ketamine.com nor AAC receives any commission or other fee that is dependent upon which treatment provider a visitor may ultimately choose.

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