At Blueprints for Recovery, our team of rehab professionals in Arizona can help you overcome your addiction to ecstasy once and for all. We strive to treat addiction on an individual basis by taking into consideration your personal history, career pressures, relationship issues, and body chemistry. Our intensive drug rehab program, innovative therapeutic methods, and addiction treatment philosophy can help you get your affairs back in order.
The active ingredient in ecstasy is MDMA (Methylenedioxymethamphetamine), which acts as a psychoactive stimulant.
Side effects of ecstasy include:
Because ecstasy rapidly releases Serotonin, users will experience a substantial depletion of this important neurotransmitter after coming down form an ecstasy trip. This can cause users to suffer from depression, anxiety, and lethargy.
Risks of ecstasy use include:
Our rehab professionals offer a number of different treatment methods that can help manage ecstasy addiction, including:
Similar to other drugs, long-time users of ecstasy can experience withdrawal symptoms when they attempt to quit. Having your detox medically monitored can help prevent any complications that may arise.
Our professionals will pay close attention to the following things during the course of your detox:
It can take up to three to four days for lingering toxins to clear out of an ecstasy user’s system. The length of time it takes to recover from ecstasy addiction will depend on how severe the addiction is and what underlying issues have contributed to it.
At Blueprints for Recovery, our compassionate counselors will do all that they can to motivate you to get your life back on track. If you are a young male in Arizona struggling to overcome your ecstasy addiction, we can provide you with the support and tools that you need to move on to the next phase of your life. Let our counselors and therapists guide you through the recovery process. Our drug and alcohol rehab center serve patients in Prescott, Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Scottsdale and all of Arizona.
If you or a loved one needs help, please call us at
(888) 744-9969 and our team at Blueprints For Recovery in Arizona will help.