Meth Rehab Fort Lauderdale

Meth Rehab Fort Lauderdale

Meth Addiction in Fort Lauderdale

At Recovery Unplugged, we believe the unique brand of treatment plans we offer for substance use disorders can assist people in their addiction recovery. We have developed our levels of care, so music therapy is not just a singular option but one that is integrated into all of the types of treatments we offer. People’s lives are affected in many ways by drug or alcohol abuse, but the music that has been in their lives all along is often a constant. We use this to our advantage as we assist our patients with rehab treatment for drug and alcohol addictions and develop a treatment plan targeting your specific needs, especially you. 

To discover how our addiction recovery programs can help you overcome substance abuse, please contact Recovery Unplugged at (954) 736-4388 today. 

Signs of Meth Addiction

Substance abusers will often attempt to hide their issues with drugs and alcohol in one way or another. If you suspect one of your loved ones may have a meth addiction, here are some signs to look for: 

  • A thinning, frail body
  • Facial acne or sores
  • Rotted teeth (“meth mouth”)
  • A droopy quality to the facial skin
  • Convulsions
  • Liver damage
  • Stroke
  • Lowered immunity/susceptibility to infectious disease
  • A dramatic increase in body temperature
  • Increased libido
  • Intense scratching

People struggling with alcohol and drug addiction also often have behavioral health issues and financial problems, begin to perform poorly at work and in school, isolate themselves, and stop paying attention to their previous hobbies and pastimes. Take notice if one of your loved ones has asked to borrow money, no longer comes to family functions, or has given up on playing a sport or participating in regular activity. These could be signs of meth addiction or other substance use disorders. 

Meth Detox

When someone is addicted to Methamphetamine, or “meth,” they will experience withdrawal symptoms when they stop using the substance. These can be severe depending on how long the person has abused meth and in what quantities. Drug detox is one of the levels of care provided at Recovery Unplugged. By taking part in a medically assisted drug detox or alcohol detox, many of the issues that can occur when dealing with withdrawal symptoms at home can be avoided. Even the simple concept of proper meals and hydration, provided by our exceptional staff of recovery center personnel, will help with meth withdrawal symptoms like:

  • Excessive sweating
  • Paranoia
  • Hallucinations
  • Fever
  • Red, itchy eyes
  • Stomach ache
  • Anxiety
  • Severe depression
  • Dehydration

Our drug detox program at our treatment center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida is fundamental to our alcohol and drug inpatient treatment therapies. Meth detox and inpatient treatments can be followed by one of our other levels of care, including our outstanding virtual treatment therapy program. Please ask about the types of treatments we offer when you speak to one of our exceptional drug and alcohol abuse counselors. 

Dual Diagnosis Treatment for Meth Addiction

According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, 53% of drug abusers also have at least one serious mental illness. A person with co-occurring disorders is referred to as a dual diagnosis. At Recovery Unplugged, we have specific drug addiction treatment protocols for people who have a dual diagnosis. Both their mental health issue and drug or alcohol disorder must be treated in unison to ensure neither case is negatively impacted or worsened. 

Why Choose Recovery Unplugged for Meth Rehab in Fort Lauderdale?

At Recovery Unplugged, we blend our music therapy brand with traditional treatment approaches and modern tools like virtual therapy sessions to fully meet the needs of the substance abusers we work with in Fort Lauderdale. Call us at (954) 736-4388 today if you are struggling with alcohol or drugs and want to begin your addiction recovery.