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Methamphetamine Addiction Treatment for Women

Methamphetamine recovery ( also known as Meth or Speed) is very difficult as it is an incredibly toxic, addictive, and dangerous illegal drug. Methamphetamine (see amphetamine addiction) causes the user to experience an intense, euphoric high characterized by high energy levels, a marked difference in sleep and appetite levels, and aggression and psychosis.


Methamphetamine is widely recognized as one of the most dangerous and addictive illegal substances in the world, and Meth use is a growing problem in America.


Over one million people in the United States will abuse methamphetamine in a given year. Methamphetamine overdoses are extremely common and severe among addicts and can cause panic, kidney failure, muscle breakdown, heart rhythm abnormalities, and even bleeding in the brain or circulatory system collapse, in extreme cases. Addiction to meth is incredibly harsh on the user’s body and overdose rates doubled between the years 2010 to 2014.


Methamphetamine is comprised of harsh chemical agents which rot user’s teeth, gums, soft tissues, their skin, and are incredibly dangerous for the lungs and cardiovascular system. When coming down off a high, methamphetamine abusers will pick at their skin causing lesions which can become infected. Meth causes users to stop sleeping and eating and users can develop psychosis and nutritional deficiencies.


Methamphetamine Recovery and It’s Challenges

Methamphetamine recovery and cessation can trigger psychotic episodes and unpleasant, painful physical and mental symptoms. Also, users who are trying to quit will experience intense cravings for the drug. In a detox facility, people going through Methamphetamine recovery are kept safe from outside influence which can cause them to relapse.


Chronic methamphetamine abuse can cause symptoms and side-effects such as psychosis with hallucinations, delusions, and other mental health issues. The drug is neurotoxic and damages the brain even after just one use. Casa Capri Recovery for Women offers the best in treatment and licensed therapists and counselors who specialize in Methamphetamine recovery.


Casa Capri Recovery

Our program offers the highest quality care for women struggling with addiction and co-occurring conditions in Southern California.

We are fully licensed by the State of California and our treatment center is accredited by The Joint Commission – the standard of excellence in quality programs.


Casa Capri Recovery is proud to be an approved Anthem Blue Cross, MHN, Tri-Care, The Holman Group, and Halcyon Provider.


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If you or a loved one has a substance addiction, please give us a call today at 949-535-4998. It’s time to heal your heart and find true happiness. Our admissions team is always available to talk and answer any questions you may have about our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs at Casa Capri Recovery for women.