You may be hearing the terms “bath salts,” “Molly,” and “jewelry cleaner” around your house. These terms may indicate a dangerous addiction is forming in your teenagers, as synthetic drugs may be creeping into your family. If you worry that someone important in your life may be suffering from a synthetic drug use disorder, contact Liberty Health online or call us at 855.689.5685 today to learn about our synthetic drug addiction treatment program. Through synthetic drug detox in our luxurious New Hampshire location, we can help your loved ones overcome their troubling addiction to designer drugs.
What Are Synthetic Drugs?
Synthetic drugs, often called designer drugs, are chemically made versions of illegal drugs altered slightly to avoid being classified as illegal. What began as chemical experiments are now a slew of new drugs being sold legally on the internet or in stores labeled with disguised phrases to mask their intended purpose and avoid health and safety rules.
Some of these synthetic drugs may be called:
- Herbal incense
- Plant food
- Bath salts
- Jewelry cleaner
These synthetic drugs have quickly become an issue nationwide. Teenagers and young adults assume synthetic drugs are the best new way to safely get high. Sadly, the side effects put your health at risk and, as with almost all drugs, can lead to addiction.
Side Effects of Synthetic Drugs
The effects of synthetic drugs can be violent and lethal as the high comes on fast and strong. If you notice these symptoms in a friend or family member, reach out to us immediately to discuss a synthetic drug detox to begin the rehab process.
Common symptoms of someone who has taken synthetic drugs include:
- Extreme anxiety
- Suicidal or homicidal behavior
- Chest pain or heart attack
Warning Signs of Synthetic Drug Use and Addiction
If you are concerned that you or a loved one is addicted to synthetic drugs, some signs of addiction you should watch for include:
- Extreme secrecy
- Neglecting responsibilities
- Needing more of the synthetic drug to get high
- Continuing to use synthetic drugs despite knowing that they are causing harm
- Trouble with relationships at work, school, and home
What Is a Synthetic Drug Addiction Treatment Program?
A synthetic drug addiction treatment program may be the best chance for a loved one to quit safely and restart their life. This program at Liberty Health Services will be tailored to the client’s individual needs and concerns but will consist of two parts, synthetic drug detox and addiction treatment.
Synthetic Drug Detox
People who have abused synthetic drugs for a long time or in large quantities are likely to have developed a physical dependence on them. This will lead to uncomfortable synthetic drug withdrawal symptoms when they stop using them. Receiving professional care in a synthetic drug addiction treatment center is the best cause of action to securely and safely get better.
Liberty Health Services’s medically supervised synthetic drug detox provides support round-the-clock in a luxurious wooded setting. Withdrawal can be unpredictable. So, once the synthetic drug withdrawal symptoms have subsided, clients can focus on starting a rehab program to address the underlying causes of synthetic drug addiction and work to change behaviors for a long term recovery.
Rehab and Recovery
Receiving additional care in our synthetic drug addiction treatment center can last anywhere from one to three months, depending on your specific needs and the severity of your addiction. Your rehab and recovery treatment will be professional and individualized and focus on you as a whole person. You will come to Liberty Health Services for your synthetic drug detox, and we’ll help you with the rest of your recovery journey, including:
- 12-Step programs
- Family therapy
- Individual therapy
- Self-help support group
- Inpatient program
- Outpatient program
Begin Recovery with Addiction Treatment at Liberty Health
If someone you care about has been using synthetic drugs and you are seeing the damage being caused to their relationships and life, learn how Liberty Health Services’ synthetic drug addiction treatment program in New Hampshire can be the first step toward recovery. Contact us using our secure online form or call us at 855.689.5685 today.