The need for ecstasy addiction treatment continues to rise as more partygoers become addicted to the drug. There are a number of psychological and physical effects linked to ecstasy use, and an effective treatment plan involves a variety of therapies and techniques. The Dawn offers a comprehensive ecstasy addiction treatment in Thailand, employing innovative treatment methods and a licensed team of addiction professionals.
Ecstasy is a popular drug found in the party and club scene that was originally created using MDMA (methylenedioxymethamphetamine) as the main ingredient. Nowadays the ingredients that are needed to create synthetic drugs are harder to find, so what actually makes its way into ecstasy can range drastically, and sometimes do not contain even a trace of MDMA. Even though MDMA itself can cause negative effects, what is currently being sold as ecstasy can be made up of a huge array of substances, including heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, to caffeine, rat poison, dog deworming properties and more.
What is the best treatment for ecstasy addiction?
For many people, recovering from ecstasy involves inpatient ecstasy addiction treatment in Thailand. Inpatient treatment is particularly useful in helping a person stay abstinent from the drug, avoid self-medication and improve their mental health if co-occurring disorders, such as anxiety or depression, is an issue. Through rehabilitation programme, addiction professionals can help drug users to identify their triggers and learn healthier coping skills. Inpatient treatment can also give users the ideal environment that they need to come off of the drug and stay away from the triggers while in recovery.
Residential ecstasy addiction treatment in Thailand is also beneficial particularly if a medical detox is needed. A comprehensive ecstasy rehab is medically supervised, which will help make the patient’s withdrawal as comfortable and safe as possible. Therapy is another important factor because it is effective in identifying the factors that caused the person to use the drug in the first place, along with mental health symptoms that may last after withdrawal.
The Dawn’s ecstasy addiction treatment in Thailand includes:
RELAPSE ASSURANCE GUARANTEE
We believe in our program and are confident we have put together the highest quality treatment, clinical team, and facility offered to ensure the highest opportunity for success. Our client’s lifelong recovery and success are what we care most about at The Dawn. We also realise that relapse and setbacks are a reality for many beginning their recovery journey, which is why we offer a relapse assurance guarantee for our clients who are being treated for drug and alcohol addiction.
Our Relapse Assurance Guarantee ensures that a client who has completed our full ecstasy addiction treatment in Thailand, can come back to The Dawn for 30 days if they relapse for any reason, at no additional cost. During the month-long programme, we will help our clients identify the reasons for the relapse and get back on the right track of recovery. Contact us today to find out more about our Relapse Assurance Guarantee.
The Dawn Medical Rehab and Wellness Centre offers highly personalised and intensive ecstasy addiction treatment in Thailand that are customised to cater to each individual’s exact needs. Our programme includes MBCT (an updated take on CBT), 12 Step and mindfulness therapy, which are vital techniques to help users overcome ecstasy addiction. Our licensed team of addiction professionals have extensive experience in treating drug and alcohol addiction, and we have an onsite detoxification centre so that our clients have access to medical support 24/7. We also have a 1:1 staff to client ratio to ensure that our clients are well cared for.
The Dawn’s private accommodation in exquisite, Lanna-style facilities is the perfect location to encourage our clients to focus entirely on recovery. Our prices are only a quarter of the cost in comparison to Western centres and we provide online aftercare support free of charge. We also offer a variety of complementary therapies, such as massage and acupuncture, and fun excursions around Chiang Mai.
Ecstasy users may experience problems that are similar to those caused by cocaine and meth, including addiction, along with many similar effects on the brain’s systems. Ecstasy stimulates the brain’s key pleasure centres, which causes intense euphoria. After prolonged use, it starts to alter the way the brain’s reward system works so that addicts have to use it in order to reach the same levels of euphoria or to even feel ‘normal’. It can also create brain structure abnormalities after prolonged use.
Aside from its psychedelic effects, ecstasy’s psychological effects that occur whilst taking the drug, and even for the following weeks, include:
Aside from the potential dangers of taking ecstasy, users are also often at risk of an overdose. Overdose symptoms include hypertension, panic attacks, feeling faint, loss of consciousness and seizures.