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Amphetamine Addiction Treatment

Amphetamines are highly addictive central nervous stimulants prescribed to treat hyperactivity disorders like ADHD, narcolepsy, and asthma. Consuming them leads to euphoria and an increase in energy, focus, and confidence. There are different types of amphetamines, including Adderall, Dexedrine, Vyvanse, and generic ADHD medications.

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Amphetamine Addiction Treatment in South Florida

When people abuse amphetamines in pill, tablet, powder, paste, or liquid form, they take them on a regular basis illegally or without a prescription. Abusing amphetamines can lead to long-term damage to the body and brain.

Here at Compassion Behavioral Health, we offer effective treatments for those who are addicted to amphetamines. Our highly skilled and experienced team is dedicated to helping you fully recover and move past this roadblock in your life.

Symptoms of Amphetamine Abuse

There are a number of ways to recognize amphetamine abuse, including physical and mental symptoms as well as behavioral changes. Some of the most common symptoms of amphetamine abuse include:

  • Euphoria
  • Increased blood pressure and heart rate
  • Insomnia
  • Digestive issues
  • Mood swings 
  • Aggression and hostility 
  • Anxiety and paranoia
  • Hallucinations
  • Relationship challenges
  • Legal and professional issues
  • Loss of interest in previous activities
  • Asking others for their amphetamine pills


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Causes and Risk Factors of Amphetamine Abuse

As with other forms of addiction, there is no one specific cause or reasons for why one person may become addicted to amphetamines. However, the most common causes and risk factors for amphetamine abuse include:

Our Therapies for Amphetamine Abuse

Left untreated, amphetamine abuse may result in lasting health consequences to the organs. At Compassion Behavioral Health, we’ll determine the best therapies for each patient’s specific lifestyle and needs. We offer a number of safe, proven therapies such as:

We also treat patients who are facing both amphetamine abuse and a mental health disorder. Between our Substance Abuse Treatment Program and Mental Health Treatment Program, we can effectively treat both disorders at the same time.


Amphetamine Abuse FAQ

Amphetamines are so addictive because they stimulate the brain's pleasure center. This can create a strong addiction that is difficult to break. Additionally, amphetamines can cause physical dependence, which means that the body becomes reliant on the drug in order to function normally. When someone tries to stop taking amphetamines, they may experience withdrawal symptoms such as fatigue, depression, and cravings.
It can take a while for someone to become addicted to amphetamines. The length of time it takes will depend on how much of the drug is used and how often it is used. Generally, if amphetamines are used regularly, addiction will develop within a few weeks. However, if they are only used occasionally, it may take longer for addiction to develop.
Amphetamine withdrawal symptoms can last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. The length of time will depend on how long the person has been using amphetamines and how heavily they were using them. Some of the most common symptoms include fatigue, depression, and cravings. In some cases, people may also experience nausea, vomiting, and insomnia.
Amphetamine abuse can have a number of long-term effects on someone's health. These can include physical problems such as liver damage, cardiovascular problems, and seizures, as well as mental health problems such as addiction, depression, and schizophrenia. Additionally, amphetamine abuse can have a negative impact on someone's social and personal life, and can lead to job loss or financial problems.

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