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10 Ways Ketamine Can Ruin Your Life

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, ketamine is one of the new classifications of “Club Drugs.” These are drugs that teens and college students use during parties and raves to enhance their experiences. Unfortunately, there are a number of severe problems develop when people use ketamine in a recreational manner.

1. Permanent Psychosis

Ketamine is a dissociative drug that separates mind from body. The human mind was never meant to deal with this connection. Some people have problems reconnecting once they come down with the drug. These problems may be permanent with repeated use.

2. Losing Touch with Reality

Due to the disconnection between body and higher brain functions, it is possible that the user will lose touch with what is real and what is not. Although this is initially why they take the dug, this loss of what is real can be permanent in some rare cases.

3. Losing the Ability to Work

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Using ketamine can harm your relationships by creating a disconnection between you and your loved ones.

Not only does ketamine cause mental issues, it can also cause you to lose your job for other reasons. Being on the drug in a work situation can put your job in jeopardy, through poor work performance.

4. Stealing from Friends and Family

When someone becomes addicted to ketamine, they need money to purchase the drug. Depending on the severity of the drug addiction, a user might steal money or valuable in order to acquire it.

5. Losing Family Relationships

Disconnection from reality and drug use in general causes tension with family and friends. Those that do not use often have problems with their friends and relatives that do. It is the nature of the disease.

6. Losing Bladder Control

Ketamine causes damage to the urinary system. The loss of bladder control among other urinary issues is most often permanent when the once the damage is present. This is a common side effect of heavy, extended use of ketamine.

7. Losing your Freedom

Loss of freedom happens when you are caught with illegal doses of ketamine. Ketamine in nonmedical hands is illegal. The charge of possession or possession with intent to distribute carries a prison sentence.

8. Losing your Home

The financial losses of any drug addiction including ketamine can cause you to lose your home. Many people who are addicted to ketamine wind up using money set aside for bills and mortgage payments to purchase the drug.

9. Permanent Delusions

Psychosis is not the only mental problem that occurs when someone uses ketamine. Some people wind up with delusions. These delusions can manifest themselves at almost anything.

10. Loss of your Life

Loss of life is the final way that a ketamine can ruin your life. Ketamine overdose is deadly and not reversible. Although death due to ketamine overdose is rare, it is final. A certain portion of people who use ketamine experience allergic reactions or die due to risky decisions that they make while taking the drug.

The Reality of Ketamine Abuse

How you Can Get Help for a Ketamine Addiction

If you are experiencing any of these life changing issues and are addicted to ketamine, we can help. Call us at 800-601-3889 (Who Answers?). We can help you find the treatment that you need before ketamine ruins your life.

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