It’s no wonder amphetamines like Adderall and Ritalin are so addictive – though prescribed by doctors, they are powerful stimulants that aren’t much different from methamphetamines in chemical composition. When misused for recreational purposes, they cause a prolonged surge of energy. The resulting crash and accompanying cravings often lead users to take more, causing them to build a tolerance and eventually develop an addiction.

Once your body adjusts to accommodate the presence of amphetamines, you might find it hard to function without them. Quitting suddenly can cause withdrawal symptoms such as:

  • Fatigue
  • Hypersomnia or insomnia
  • Agitation
  • Mood swings
  • Clinical depression
  • Intense psychological and physical cravings

At The Dawn, we understand how hard it can be to stop amphetamine abuse. That’s why our amphetamine rehab in Thailand offers comprehensive detox and addiction treatment that helps you safely clear your body of toxicity and prepare yourself to confidently manage your life without the use of prescription stimulants.

Our programmes are all-inclusive, meaning you can leave your worries at the door and focus entirely on recovery.

Comfortable and private room in a beautiful riverside facility with full-service amenities at your fingertips.

We incorporate a wide range of holistic approaches to help our clients develop mental strength and improve overall health.

Effects and Risks of Amphetamine Abuse

Short-term effects of amphetamine use include:

  • High blood pressure
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Increased body temperature
  • Dilated pupils
  • Increased respiration rate
  • Nervousness


Why Choose Amphetamine Addiction Treatment in Thailand at The Dawn

Private Resort-Style Accommodation at The Dawn Amphetamine Rehab Thailand

Clients at The Dawn know they’re in good hands. That’s because we house a licensed team of addiction professionals with extensive experience in treating addiction to prescription drugs, including prescription amphetamines.

Unlike larger corporate rehabs, we take a highly personalised approach to addiction treatment: we treat you as an individual, not a number. Our high staff-to-client ratio ensures you’ll receive plenty of one-on-one attention. And, your community of counsellors and recovery peers will take the time to get to know you, so you’ll safe to express yourself in our non-judgmental space.

Inpatient Amphetamine Rehab is the Most Reliable Treatment Option

Unlike in outpatient rehab where access to required support is much more limited, in residential treatment, you’ll be 100-percent immersed in your recovery experience. The stresses and distractions of your work, family and social life will be kept at a distance, allowing you all the time you need to focus on your personal growth. You’ll have access to support from our attentive team 24 hours a day, meaning you’ll never be alone during challenging moments – you’ll always have help when you need it.

How Our Treatment for Amphetamine Addiction Works 

Our highly personalised and intensive treatment programme centres on several main components: detox, addiction counselling and holistic wellness therapy.

Because amphetamine withdrawals can be uncomfortable and even dangerous, it’s important to detox under medical supervision and care. Many withdrawal symptoms can’t be easily detected and are only noticeable via a professional evaluation.

Whether or not you need detox before beginning amphetamine addiction treatment will be determined by a thorough initial assessment. If you do require detox, you’ll do so in our state-of-the-art onsite facility, staffed by an experienced team of medical professionals who will closely monitor you 24/7 and be available for any comfort or assistance you need. While you’re in detox, you’ll stay in private accommodation in a beautiful riverside setting until your cravings subside and your body regains its balance.

Our amphetamine addiction treatment options centre on evidence-based methods such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy (MCBT) and 12-Step fellowship. While in treatment, you’ll attend:

  • Individual and group counselling
  • Family therapy
  • Behavioural therapies
  • Support groups

You’ll also receive a customised relapse prevention plan and complimentary online aftercare to ensure your continued sobriety well after completing primary treatment.

We offer an array of alternative therapies to support your rehabilitation and help you cultivate a self-care practice that will sustain your sobriety for years to come. These include:

  • Mindfulness meditation
  • Spa and massage therapy
  • Fitness exercise
  • Yoga and pilates
  • Art therapy
  • Muay Thai

You’ll also have full access to our gym, swimming pool and meditation spaces to help you de-stress and feel well every day.

If you’re physically dependent on amphetamines, your first step will likely be amphetamines detox. Not everyone requires this phase of treatment — this will be determined during an initial assessment prior to starting your treatment plan. We have a comprehensive medical detox facility onsite, so you can complete all stages of treatment in one location and easily transition from detox to therapy. Our centre is fully equipped with modern medical technology, and our medical staff are available at all hours.
After detox you’ll move on to addiction treatment, where you’ll stay in comfortable, private accommodation while working through an intensive daily programme. In this stage, we’ll focus on the underlying causes of your addiction using our own Twin Pillars approach. This unique approach to treatment combines evidence-based and innovative therapy and a complementary wellness regimen to ensure our clients have the best possible chance to maintain long-term recovery, sobriety and generally healthy living.

Amphetamine Rehab in Thailand – Leave Stimulants Behind for Good

When making important life changes like getting sober, doing so in a new place can greatly improve your chances of success. That’s because taking yourself out of your old using environment removes the people, places and activities that tend to trigger your use, and getting a fresh perspective helps you begin to form new habits. Here at our peaceful facility in the countryside of Chiang Mai, in Northern Thailand, you’ll enjoy listening to the sounds of the Ping River flowing by, watching the sun set over the banana trees, and waking up to bird song in the morning – all a boon to your peace of mind and progress.

A Day at The Dawn

We believe in healing the whole person. You will receive intensive psychotherapy, but meditation, relaxation, and recreational activities will all play an important therapeutic role in your treatment. Here’s an example of what a typical day looks like at The Dawn:

07:00:Group Exercise
09:30:Group Process
11:00:Group Therapy
13:00:Focus Group
14:30:Individual Counselling, Massage, Personal Training, Mindfulness Meditation or TMS (optional)
19:00:Group Activity, Offsite NA / AA meeting
20:30:Rest & Relaxation