Stimulants are used to increase alertness and physical activity but cant become addictive and require a Stimulant detox and rehab. The most widely known abused stimulants are amphetamines, methamphetamine’s and cocaine. While there are no serious medical risks from detoxing from stimulants, there are many withdrawal symptoms one will experience. The stimulant withdrawal symptoms may consist of fatigue, long periods of sleep, irritability and depression. The length of time that a person will experience these symptoms will vary from person to person, but the acute withdrawal from physical and psychological symptoms can range from 1-3 weeks and decrease with more time. Due to the combination of psychological and physical effects of stimulant addiction, detox and residential treatment would be the best treatment options.
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The recommendation for stimulant detox should be done in a licensed inpatient or residential setting with a licensed medical team for increased safety and the best outcome. The treatment program will consists of a full treatment team including a psychiatrist, therapist, counselor, and 24 hour support staff.
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