If you are struggling with meth addiction and are looking for a way out, The Good Life Treatment Center can help.
Methamphetamine, commonly shortened as “meth,” is a highly addictive stimulant. The drug has a crystalline structure that has earned it other names including “ice,” “crystal,” or “crystal meth.” Although methamphetamine does have some medicinal properties, such as treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), it is more often used recreationally. The addictive properties of the drug mean it can be easily abused. Most meth users struggle to quit, and can suffer from the physical and mental effects of the drug.
We are a luxurious rehabilitation facility located in North Palm Beach, FL. We are a team of professional therapists and staff who are committed to your health and happiness. At our facility, we offer medical treatment as well as holistic healing options. It is our goal to provide a recovery plan that is just right for you. Contact us today to discuss your goals for recovery and learn more about how we can help you.
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In the short term, meth use produces the same effects as other stimulants. A user may experience feelings of euphoria and increased activity. As dependence increases, users require greater quantities of the drug to achieve the same effects. Users may also find that they are unable to feel any pleasure when they are not using meth.
As a person uses greater quantities of meth, the drug will take a toll on their mental and physical wellbeing. Meth use can cause significant damage to tissues and internal organs, and contributes to heavy tooth decay as well. The mental effects of long term meth use may include anxiety, paranoia, psychosis, depression, hallucinations, and insomnia.
Meth is produced by combining pharmaceutical products and chemicals. It can be created with cheap, easy to acquire substances such as cold medicines that contain pseudoephedrine. Because meth can be made inexpensively, it is often produced in highly dangerous conditions and may be cut with other hazardous substances. The conditions under which a lot of meth is produced only adds to the risks of using this dangerous drug.
Meth addiction can develop quickly, sometimes after as little as one or two doses. Only a licensed physician can diagnose methamphetamine use disorder, but there are a number of telltale physical and behavioral signs of meth abuse.
You may be addicted to meth if you experience at least two of the following symptoms:
Meth addiction typically can be identified by the following signs:
We take a medical and holistic approach to rehabilitation, all informed by the needs of each patient. Through this approach, we can help with the effects of drug use while looking to the cause of addiction issues. This allows us to build individualized treatment plans that address your specific habits, struggles, and goals.
With us, you’ll be able to participate in programs such as:
Within our range of available treatment options, we are confident that there is a path that is right for you. The Good Life Treatment Center team will support you throughout your recovery journey, from your initial treatment and into years of sobriety.
We want to get to know you and share how we can help you. We provide free consultations to all people who are interested in learning more about our programs for themselves or for a loved one.
We are happy to answer any questions you may have and guide you toward the beginning of your recovery. Send us a message or call (561) 250-8552 for a free consultation with our team.
Our facility is located right next to the beach and we strive to make your recovery as comfortable and up-scale as possible.
Recovery is not easy, but our team of specialists will walk with you every step of the way so that you can live the sober life you deserve.
Our facility is a smaller and more intimate setting that you will not get lost in. We will always make sure there is someone available for you.
At The Good Life Treatment Center, you will receive a personalized treatment plan, and you will be treated like a person, not a file.