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Questions to Ask if you think You’re Addicted to Ketamine

Have you recently abused ketamine? Are you feeling as if life simply isn’t fun, isn’t worth living or otherwise just doesn’t make sense unless you have ketamine? These are all signs that you may have developed an addiction to the dangerous drug.

Here is a list of questions you can ask yourself if you still aren’t sure whether addiction is the problem or whether treatment for ketamine abuse is necessary:

Questions to Ask

Feeling the need to consume ketamine daily is a sign of addiction.

  • Do I feel like I need ketamine all the time?
  • Do I abuse ketamine daily or almost daily?
  • Do I have to take more ketamine than I used to?
  • Am I consumed in thought by ketamine, thinking about it all the time, whether I have it or not?
  • Am I angry, upset or otherwise unhappy when I don’t have ketamine?
  • Has ketamine caused problems in my life such as arrest, loss of relationships, loss of friends or other harm to myself or others?
  • Do I feel as if I cannot quit on my own, or have I tried to quit before and been unsuccessful in my efforts?

If you answered yes to the questions above, you are in need of treatment in order to stop abusing ketamine. Because you have lost control over your use of the drug, the only way you will be able to stop is with the help of a professional treatment program. While there is currently no specific method approved by the FDA for ketamine addiction treatment, there are plenty of treatment programs that can help you recover from your substance abuse and get better.

Ketamine Abuse Treatment

Ketamine is a dangerous drug, and those who abuse it consistently are likely to become addicted. There is no specific treatment associated with this issue, but the drug does seem to cause many of the same effects that addiction to other drugs will cause. If you need to find a rehab center in your area that will help you recover from ketamine abuse and addiction or if you have more questions about the drug and its effects, call 800-601-3889(Who Answers?).

The Ketamine Abuse Cycle and the Need for Ketamine Addiction Treatment

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