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Methamphetamine Abuse, Intervention and Detox

is a difficult problem. The good news is that we can help your family! Intervention works and our statistics prove it. DIG is know in the industry world-wide as a trusted resource.

If you think that you may need an intervention for a loved one who has a problem with Meth, call us toll-free at: 855-222-1101. There are treatment options available now.

The DSM-IV describes Meth Abuse as a psychiatric diagnosis in which illicit methamphetamine is used in a recurring manner, despite negative consequences. Addiction is another term for continued Meth abuse. Depending on who you talk to, there are many terms for Meth abuse. Meth abuse comes from individuals who start with more expensive forms of stimulants. These users become so desperate for the drug that they will begin to break into unsuspecting neigborhood homes to steal items to pawn for drugs. Is this happening to your loved one? We can help!

We help families become whole again- Call today 855-222-1101

We help families become whole again- Call today 855-222-1101
If you think that you may need an intervention for a loved one who has a problem with Meth, call us toll-free at: 855-222-1101. There are treatment options available now.Meth abuse manifests itself in two basic forms: 1) People who seek pleasure and who are anti-social, and 2) People who have much anxiety and are unable to go without the use of Meth for some time. These people typically can not stop their Meth use once they start. These people have a part of their brain that is not capable of telling them to stop when they have reached a certain amount. Or have the ability to decipher good choices from bad choices (to use more illcit Meth).

There are many forms of Meth abuse. One of the most important today, as it relates to our college kids, is binge using. Students in college, or anyone for that matter, who get high more than twice, are considered to be Meth Abusers. There are a few international surveys that report that the United Kingdom (UK) has the greatest populations of heavy users in the adolescent population.

If you think that you may need an intervention for a loved one who has a problem with Meth, call us toll-free at: 855-222-1101. There are treatment options available now.

Meth abuse manifests itself in the following ways:

  1. Ability to not fulfill daily responsibilities at work
  2. Ability to not fulfill daily responsibilities at school
  3. Ability to not fulfill daily responsibilities at home
  4. Using in situations that would be considered dangerous, like driving a personal vehicle, while using! Yes, it happens
  5. Most importantly, legal problems that are eventually associated with extended Meth abuse, and the way most addicts will continue to keep using even though they know these problems exist.
  6. Stealing- from family members and then un-suspecting neighbors etc.

 

Helping families learn about the disease of addiction is our business

Helping families learn about the disease of addiction is our business
Meth abuse has serious effects eventually to a person’s health and intra-personal relationships with family specifically. Meth abuse is a progressive disease. It always gets worse, it never gets better. Extended Meth abuse will cause a very serious medical condition known as Psychosis. Meth abuse produces psychosis within just a few months of every-day usage and most users will experience this serious medical condition. Psychosis is defined as: a state of mind that will produce extreme delusions, hallucinations, paranioa and other symptoms of schizpphrenia.

 

If you think that you may need an intervention for a loved one who has a problem with Meth, call us toll-free at: 855-222-1101. There are treatment options available now.
Meth abuse can turn into Meth addiction and dependence. In the coming days, meth dependence and meth abuse will be combined in the DSM-IV and DSM-V. It will include a graded clinical severity level, requiring a minimum of 2 criteria to make a diagnosis.

Short term and long term abuse of Meth has certain typical characteristics:

  1. Violence
  2. Unexpected injuries
  3. Unprotected sexual activities
  4. Social and financial problems
  5. Meth “bugs” – Meth users think that they have things crawling on their skin, so they pick and scratch and itch skin until it literally bleeds. Its is a very sad condition to actually see, but even more if this happens to your family member.

If you think that you may need an intervention for a loved one who has a problem with Meth, call us toll-free at: 855-222-1101. There are treatment options available now.