For a few fleeting hours, Ecstasy and other club drugs make users feel on top of the world – but that short burst of pleasure comes with serious health and addiction consequences. Even one use of Ecstasy can cause lasting brain damage, and many casual users soon find themselves hooked and unable to stop. For help with Ecstasy detox, call American Addiction Centers today at 877-417-6237.
Club drug detox is handled best under professional care.
Ecstasy and other club drugs can be tough to quit. Over time, Ecstasy users develop a tolerance to the methylenedioxymethamphetamine, or MDMA, contained in the pills — so users start taking more pills to keep the desired euphoric feeling coming. This higher dosage means that once the heavy user tries to stop, the withdrawal symptoms they’ll experience are even more severe.
By undergoing Ecstasy detox in drug treatment programs in the American Addiction Centers family of facilities, our clients benefit from around-the-clock medical care and also receive prescription medications that will ease, or in some cases even eliminate, withdrawal symptoms during detox.
What are the withdrawal symptoms associated with Ecstasy detox?
Ecstasy withdrawal is primarily psychological in nature — severe physical symptoms are uncommon. But that doesn’t mean Ecstasy withdrawal is easy. The symptoms of club drug detox can be intense, and include:
- Difficulty concentrating
In addition, street-level Ecstasy is often diluted with other stimulants of which the user isn’t aware. Ecstasy detox may be affected by stimulants with side effects of their own.
Can you quit Ecstasy on your own?
Quitting “cold turkey” without any professional help is not recommended, for a variety of reasons. For one, you or your loved one will be more comfortable at one of our high-quality Ecstasy detox centers, where club drug depression and/or anxiety symptoms will be medically treated. Club drug detox centers are also experienced in helping clients overcome their feelings of insomnia, so they can enjoy a good night’s rest.
Ecstasy detox is so important because kicking a club drugs requires more than stopping their use. Emotional and psychological issues lead us to our drug of choice, be it Ecstasy, alcoholism or both. There’s something in our lives we’ve been trying to escape or hide, and so dancing the night away with a drug that makes us feel beautiful and worry-free becomes the solution.
Take substance abuse out of the equation, and those empty feelings inside may still exist. At drug rehab, which immediately follows Ecstasy detox, clients learn to overcome those feelings inside that have been holding them back for so long. Through non-judgmental, compassionate group and individual counseling, they leave rehab happier, and more healthy and secure.
Call American Addiction Centers at 877-417-6237, and our treatment consultants will find you the best Ecstasy detox facility for your specific needs. We’re not affiliated with any one facility, so our recommendations are based solely on what treatment center will help you the most. There is no charge for our service.
There’s a club drug problem on college campuses.
Ecstasy is most prevalent in college students, and they’re hurt the most by the drug’s negative side effects. Anxiety, restlessness, nausea and panic attacks can derail once-promising academic careers, leading to fewer future job opportunities and a lower quality of life post-graduation.
You don’t need a magic pill to make you happy. Entering Ecstasy detox will open the door to true and lasting hap pines, with no negative heath effects. Call American Addiction Centers today at 877-417-6237.
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