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Top Adderall Treatment Centers
Adderall addiction is on the rise because young adults and teens have begun using this drug recreationally as a pharmaceutical stimulant. The withdrawal symptoms can be severe and extremely painful with the possibility of dangerous physical and psychological issues which make it difficult for the addict to stop using the medication. Adderall treatment centers physically stabilize the addict and make this detoxification process easier and more comfortable with regular monitoring and necessary medication provided by a professional medical staff that has special knowledge to deal with this type of addiction. Medical professionals and psycho therapeutic counselors realize the dangers of this drug and the need to provide a safe, controlled, and specific treatment for Adderall abusers through ongoing care and treatment programs. Top Adderall treatment centers are adept at handling co-occurring medical diagnoses, psycho therapeutic care, and co-occurring psychological disorders. The duration of these programs may vary depending on the needs of the addict and after care services are provided to ensure the best possible outcome for complete recovery.Call800-721-8114and get help today! Who Answers?
What is Adderall?
Adderall is a pharmaceutical psychostimulant combination drug of phenethylamine and amphetamine chemical classes or salts. The medication is typically obtained through a prescription for treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder(ADHD) or narcolepsy. The drug works by increasing the amount of dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain to help focus energy and concentration on a higher level than normal. Adderall is a Schedule II drug and is considered to have a high potential for misuse and a high dependence probability.
Leading Causes of Adderall Addiction
As a recreational drug, Adderall may be abused for its stimulant and euphoric properties similar to cocaine and other amphetamines. As a performance enhancing drug, Adderall has become known as a study drug and is used as for academic advantages by college students to stay awake or focus during critical exam times and for writing research papers. The drug has increasingly become more available because it can be easily sold without detection.
Why Quit Adderall?
Continued use or abuse may cause overdose or other potentially dangerous, and sometimes fatal, side effects such as heart failure, stroke, hallucinations, and seizures. Misuse and abuse of Adderall affects the user both physically and psychologically with intense cravings that cause uncontrollable behaviors. The addict may develop restlessness, insomnia, paranoia, headaches, irritability, anxiety and even hallucinations. Increased heart rate, blood pressure, and body temperature can be dangerous and possibly fatal side effects. Many other negative effects can be developed and therefore, require that this medication only be used when and as prescribed by a licensed physician.
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Adderall Withdrawal Symptoms
Withdrawal symptoms can be serious and painful. When an addict becomes dependent on the use of Adderall, discontinued use may cause panic attacks, suicidal thoughts, nightmares, depression, and other adverse effects on their psychological state. Physical withdrawal symptoms are uncomfortable with nausea, irritability, extreme exhaustion, pain or other more serious physical effects such as seizures, heart failure and strokes.
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Treatment for Adderall Addiction
Treatment begins with a detoxification process that is overseen by medical and trained professionals who monitor the needs of the addict and provide necessary support including medications. Stabilization of the addict is an important part of the treatment process with 24 hour supervision to manage the adverse effects of withdrawal in a safe and clean environment. Intake evaluations are made to determine any co-occurring or dual diagnosis issues that need to be addressed. Medical professionals and psychotherapists who are knowledgeable and trained with this type of addiction will be able to determine the best treatment programs based on an individual assessment. Therapeutic programs provide support physically, mentally, and emotionally for the addict as they develop the coping skills necessary to live without this drug. Through ongoing care and services, the addict has the needed support,tools, and access for a completely successful recovery.
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