Including drugs such as Cocaine and Amphetamines, Stimulants are among the most common drugs consumed in the United Kingdom.
Highly addictive, Stimulants increase brain activity, leaving many feeling more alert and energised.
In some instances, Stimulant drugs are prescribed for mental health disorders and behavioural disorders. For example, Stimulants are often employed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
When consumed as advised by medical professionals, Stimulants help many people. However, they are sadly abused by millions.
When Stimulant drugs, such as Cocaine, are abused, short term side effects arise. Although these short-term side effects typically alleviate without medical assistance, numerous health implications gradually arise over a prolonged period.
Regrettably, as ascertained by the Alcohol and Drug Foundation, consuming large quantities of Stimulant drugs can heighten anxiety, cause panic and induce unbearable paranoia.
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Stimulant Addiction Treatment Must Be Secured
Although not all Stimulants are illegal in the United Kingdom, over-consumption of Stimulants can lead to dependencies. In some instances, this is because many individuals experience cravings for the short-term relief that Stimulants supply.
In other instances, Stimulant dependencies arise as pro-longed drug consumption essentially reduces the overall effect that drugs have. In turn, larger quantities of Stimulants must be consumed to achieve the desired ‘high’ they provide.
Unfortunately, without treatment, Stimulant addictions have adverse effects on both the body and the brain.
Physical illnesses such as organ failure, heart disease, increased heart rate and cardiovascular disease have all been associated with Stimulant addictions, with more than 16000 people requiring medical treatment related to drug use each year.
In addition, as noted above, when Stimulant addictions arise, many psychological disorders such as anxiety, panic disorders, paranoia and depression come to light.
Just as physical illnesses related to Stimulant abuse see many in need of medical treatment, the psychological illnesses associated with Stimulant abuse do too.
Approximately 7,027 hospital admissions for drug-related mental and behavioural disorders are made each year. Considering this, Stimulant addiction treatment & rehab must be sought when a Stimulant addiction surfaces.
Stimulant Addiction Treatment Options
From a medically induced detoxification to one-to-one cognitive behavioural therapy and motivational interviewing to group therapy, as the ramifications of Stimulant addictions greatly vary, treatment options do too.
Although various treatments are available for Stimulant addictions, when Stimulant addiction treatment & rehab is secured, personalised treatment programmes are commonly administered.
Personalised treatment programmes also guarantee that those in rehab have the care and support needed to assist them in making a long-term recovery.
Typically, detoxification, rehabilitation and aftercare support form the basis of all Stimulant addiction treatment & rehab programmes.
When Stimulant addiction treatment & rehabilitation is secured, detoxification is first administered. Removing harmful toxins from the body and brain, detoxification initiates the withdrawal process that must be completed if an individual is to overcome their addiction. Detoxification often spans seven days. However, some find that detoxification treatment is needed for a longer period.
Rehabilitation for Stimulant addictions consists of psychological and well-being therapies. Psychological therapies encourage those in recovery to address the cause of their addiction and identify how their addiction has hindered their life.
Although there are many psychological therapies that can essentially assist those with addictions, cognitive behavioural therapy and motivational interviewing are among those administered.
Cognitive behavioural therapy is highly beneficial when treating addictions as it challenges negative perceptions and encourages positive approaches and thoughts to be adopted. Motivational interviewing is also an effective form of treatment as it helps those in recovery remain motivated and committed to sobriety. Although psychological therapy plays a critical role in an individual’s ability to overcome a Stimulant addiction, well-being therapy is widely employed by rehabs across the country.
This is because well-being therapies such as yoga, meditation, art therapy and music therapy offer an additional outlet for those progressing through Stimulant addiction treatment & rehab to express how their addiction has impaired their life.
Well-being therapies are commonly also employed as coping strategies. For example, yoga and meditation help many cope with triggers that could otherwise cause them to relapse.
Stimulant Aftercare Support
While detoxification and rehabilitation essentially enable many to overcome the physical and psychological ramifications of addiction, Stimulant aftercare support is required if sobriety is to be maintained.
Stimulant aftercare support encourages those in recovery to attend regular group meetings to discuss any hurdles they have had to overcome.
Group meetings also celebrate those all-important recovery milestones and offer a safe space for attendees to seek additional professional support and guidance.
At Addiction Advocates, we know just how important aftercare support is, which is why we ensure that the rehabs we refer individuals to for Stimulant addiction treatment & rehab are offered appropriate aftercare support.
Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment Is Available
Unbeknown to many, Stimulant private addiction treatment is available on an inpatient and outpatient basis.
Inpatient rehab, or residential rehab as it is otherwise known, sees individuals in recovery temporarily move into a rehab centre as they progress through treatment.
With access to around the clock care, industry-leading treatments and outstanding facilities that contribute to their addiction recovery, many favour inpatient Stimulant addiction treatment & rehab.
In contrast, outpatient rehab sees individuals in recovery attend either an NHS or private rehab during the day for treatment.
Outpatient treatment usually consists of detoxification and one-to-one therapy and is free of charge when administered by the NHS.
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If you find yourself addicted to Stimulant drugs and are ready to secure Stimulant addiction treatment & rehab, do not hesitate to contact us today.
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-  Alcohol and Drug Foundation - https://digital.nhs.uk/data-and-information/publications/statistical/statistics-on-drug-misuse/2020/part-1-hospital-admissions-related-to-drug-misuse
-  with more than 16000 people requiring medical treatment related to drug use each year - https://digital.nhs.uk/data-and-information/publications/statistical/statistics-on-drug-misuse/2020
-  Approximately 7,027 hospital admissions for drug-related mental and behavioural disorders are made each year - https://adf.org.au/drug-facts/stimulants/#:~:text=Large%20doses%20of%20stimulants%20can,nicotine%2C%20amphetamines%2C%20and%20cocaine.
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