Meth causes the user to develop a strong desire
When the high is over, the body will crash. When this happens the user will be depressed and unmotivated. The withdrawal effects of meth are so emotionally severe that typically the user reuses to avoid these results. During a meth detox, you will likely experience withdrawal symptoms that can include cravings, increased appetite, increased need for sleep and potentially mood changes such as depression. The detox process can take up to 2 weeks or more. Due to the emotional severity of the detox, a supervised clinical detox is suggested in order to avoid relapse.
Meth Detox is Important for Sustained Recovery
When the anxiety and pain from withdrawal begin, this can be too much to tolerate. More often than not, this is the main cause of relapse. Medically detoxing a person is crucial to
Daylight’s Meth Detox Program
A methamphetamine addiction treatment plan comes with intense therapy sessions including individual and group settings, education on the disease of addiction, family support groups, relapse prevention and more.
The most successful way to detox from any form of drugs would be a medically supervised Methamphetamine detox program.
At Daylight Detox and Recovery Center, we know what it takes to recover from a meth detox and addiction, call us now: (800) 518-5205.