Methamphetamine is a highly-addictive drug that causes the brain to release large amounts of dopamine, resulting in a sense of euphoria for users. The pleasurable feeling is one that many individuals continually seek, which is why methamphetamine is so quickly habit-forming. Continued use of the drug ultimately destroys the brain’s dopamine receptors, inhibiting one’s ability to experience pleasure through any other means. Because users can no longer experience pleasure, they in turn use more meth to achieve it. It creates a vicious cycle that quickly leads to heavy drug use and dependency.
Breaking that cycle is paramount to recovery, and the licensed addiction treatment specialists at Wyoming Recovery in Casper, WY, can help.
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Meth Addiction Treatment and Recovery
If you or a loved one is addicted to meth, you are not alone. Millions of people struggle with addiction and Wyoming Recovery is here to help.
The medical staff, addiction specialists, and licensed therapists at our rehab facility in Casper, WY, have decades of experience treating meth addiction. We offer several programs to help you tackle your addiction to methamphetamine, including medically supervised detoxification, and inpatient and outpatient drug rehabs.
We provide holistic treatment of the entire patient, utilizing medical and evidence-based treatment protocols as well as yoga, massage therapy, acupuncture, cognitive behavioral therapy, and more. It all works together to provide patients with high successful recovery rates and healthier lives.
Our dedicated, professional staff is here to provide you with effective meth addiction treatment so you can get sober, stay sober, and take control of our life.
Are you ready to take control of your drug addiction? You can start the process online filling out this form or by calling a case manager at (307) 265-3791 to start the admissions process.
Signs and Symptoms of a Methamphetamine Addiction
Methamphetamine addiction produces a number of psychological and physical signs and symptoms, including:
- unexpected weight loss;
- elevated body temperature;
- sleep deprivation; and/or
- decreased sex drive.
Long-term meth use can cause severe health issues, including:
- changes in brain structure and function;
- deficits in thinking and motor skills;
- increased distractibility;
- memory loss;
- aggressive or violent behavior;
- mood disturbances;
- extreme weight loss; and/or
- severe dental damage.
Call or Visit Wyoming Recovery for Methamphetamine Addiction Treatment
If your addiction to meth is forcing you to make sacrifices in other areas of your life, let Wyoming Recovery in Casper, WY help. Our addiction specialists and trained staff will put you on the right track to overcoming your addiction and improve your overall health and well-being. Start the process online filling out this form or by calling a case manager at (307) 265-3791 to start the admissions process.