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What Does METH Do?

The consumption of meth causes the brain to release about 1200 units of dopamine (brains pleasure chemical). This is 10 times more dopamine than the normal level, along with a rush of adrenaline which makes the user experience a state of euphoria and pleasure, keeping him/her high for about 6 to 24 hours and increasing the breathing, blood pressure and heart beat rate of the user.

Inpatient and Outpatient Programs

The treatments which are available include use of treatment drugs like methadone and Buprenorphine. These drugs help by blocking brain receptors that receive heroin which eventually decreases cravings. Inpatient programs help the abuser understand their addiction and guide them to a sober lifestyle. It helps patients recover by treating them through detoxification and use of medicine.

Outpatient programs, on the other hand, also use the same treatment methods but patients are not subjected to a treatment facility.

Not a Magic Spell

There has been a need for a meth vaccine in Dayton primarily due to the crippling effects of methamphetamine use such as paranoia, hallucination, rotting teeth and nausea.

Although effectively implemented in the animal testing stages there is still no saying how effective it can be on humans and whether it will deliver the same results.

The drug however will also not serve as the ultimate reversal tool for meth addiction as addicts may also suffer from withdrawal symptoms at the time of administration of the meth vaccine. This can only be cured with the help and support of family and qualified medical professionals who work at drug addiction centers in Dayton.

Prescription Drugs

If someone is in need of prescription drug detox, please call Affordable Rehab of Dayton at call (216) 239-1005. Help is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. GET HELP NOW!

Over the last few years, prescription drug abuse has escalated dramatically. With easy access through the internet, more people than ever are able to purchase these addictive medications with little or no scrutiny. Secondly, more and more pain clinics have opened their doors, creating another venue for people to access medication for pain. Before going any further, let us state that the majority of people addicted to prescription medications, started to abuse these medications after a legitimate prescription was written for them by their physician. The prescription may have been written because due chronic pain, auto or sports injury, surgery or to relax strained muscles.