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Meth Recovery Center in Connecticut

Meth Recovery in Connecticut

Meth is very tough to recover from and can lead to a lifelong battle for recovery, but with Landmark Recovery and the resources we give our patients, you’ll make a full recovery in no time. Treatment for the abuse of severely debilitating substances like meth is our specialty, and we aim to treat our patients fully and effectively. Our goal is to save as many lives as possible, starting with you.

What is meth?

A stimulant with a nasty streak of destruction throughout the human body, meth is extremely addictive and tough to recover from. Meth is known to rot teeth, destroy brain matter, and cause permanent cognitive decline in users regardless of circumstances. The drug can take a couple of different forms and be snorted, smoked, eaten, or injected. Most meth users smoke the drug, and each method has a different bell curve on length and strength of high.

Since meth destroys certain cells in the brain, users can experience several Alzheimer’s-like symptoms in addition to being at a higher chance of developing Parkinson’s. Meth works by releasing massive amounts of dopamine in the brain and triggering pleasure in the user. Your brain responds to this by working quickly in its euphoric state.

Simultaneously triggering epinephrine and norepinephrine, these produce dangerous effects like increased heart rate and blood pressure. Most drug sessions for meth users consist of binging the drug for days a time, during which the user will go without food and sleep.

Meth use in CT

Meth use in Connecticut is relatively low compared to other states, however, the amount is still non-zero. The highest-using age group is 18- to 25-year-olds at 0.43%. 0.39% of those over the age of 17 have used meth in the last year.

Meth recovery

Landmark Recovery offers both residential and outpatient treatment styles to fit your level of medical need. We also offer medication-assisted treatment for severe cases of drug withdrawal to ensure meth addiction treatment here is as effective as possible. 12-step programs at our facilities, like Narcotics Anonymous, are available for you to participate in amongst therapy and counseling sessions.

Before you leave our facility, we put you in touch with our national network of alumni to ensure you have access to as many recovery resources as possible to prevent relapse and maximize encouragement as you continue your recovery journey.

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No need to wonder any further if you can work past your struggles with substance abuse. Landmark Recovery is here to help you succeed at getting over the mountain of recovery and step back into a life you’ve seized control of once again. Give us a call at (860) 485-7361 for more information on how we can help.

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