MDMA Treatment

MDMA or 3, 4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine is an illicit drug that acts both as a stimulant and a psychedelic. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), MDMA is usually taken orally in the form of a tablet or capsule, and produces an energizing effect along with distortions in time and perception. Though popularly known as ecstasy, it has been found that certain ecstasy tablets can contain other drugs as well. Since MDMA is an unregulated substance, its content in ecstasy varies, which, in turn, affects its potency level. For instance, while some pills can contain 100 percent pure MDMA, others can include other drugs and toxins, to the point that they contain no MDMA at all.

MDMA high usually last for three to four hours, and the comedown can take up to six hours, which, in turn, makes sleeping difficult for the person. The withdrawal symptoms that follows can be very draining and can include a hangover and post-MDMA depression. Some of the other side effects of MDMA withdrawal include:

  • Involuntary jaw clenching and teeth grinding
  • Nausea
  • Chills, sweating
  • Muscle cramping
  • Blurred vision
  • Marked rise in body temperature (hyperthermia)
  • Dehydration
  • High blood pressure
  • Irregular heart beat and heart failure
  • Kidney failure

Some effects can be experienced even after a week of MDMA use, such as:

  • Sleep disturbances
  • Memory loss
  • Decreased libido and pleasure from sex
  • Marked disturbance in mental abilities
  • Anxiety or restlessness
  • Irritability, aggression or impulsiveness
  • Sadness
  • Low appetite
  • Persistent thirst
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MDMA overdose

MDMA is commonly considered to be a safe drug but, this is certainly not true. Used by many to generate feelings of well-being, mental stimulation, and heightened sensory perceptions among others, taking this drug in excess or in combination with some antidepressants, can have fatal consequences and effects.

Some of the common symptoms of MDMA overdose are

  • Loss of consciousness
  • Seizures
  • High blood pressure followed by stroke
  • Faintness
  • Panic attacks
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Effects of MDMA overdose

MDMA overdose can have a number of negative effects on an individual’s health. It can induce feelings of connectedness and euphoria by reducing activity in the amygdala, a brain region responsible for the fear response, and accelerating activity in the prefrontal cortex, where complex brain processing occurs.

Similar to psychedelics, MDMA increases the level of the neurotransmitter serotonin within the brain. This is suspected to be due to greater levels of the hormone prolactin present during MDMA high, which in turn creates a sensation of a post orgasmic state.

MDMA is very quickly absorbed in the bloodstream, but once in the body, it interferes with the body’s ability to metabolize MDMA and other drugs.

As a result, additional amounts of MDMA can spur blood-level spikes, which could exacerbate the cardiovascular and toxic effects of the drug.

Seeking help for MDMA abuse

MDMA abuse is perilous and rife with unpredictable dangers. Sovereign Health is a national leader in MDMA detoxification treatment because we offer holistic and monitored detox program in combination with a residential treatment and alternative therapies to restore your life.

We continue to enfold patients in nurturing rehabilitation, where other rehabs end. Sovereign Health understands how daunting it is for patients who’ve lived the party life rolling hard with club drugs to embrace the prospect of a sober social life.

This, along with a strong continuing care program helps us ensure that the newly sober individual moves out of our center with a plan that offers him/her an opportunity to build a new, clean social life that is lively and enjoyable, and with formidable tools to prevent relapse.

What is Addiction?

Addiction is a disease that manipulates a person’s sense of reward, motivation, memory and a number of related neurological functions.

What is Addiction

Why Choose Sovereign Health?

Sovereign Health provides MDMA detox treatment and MDMA addiction treatment with expertise on the latest in club drug trends, treatment and restoring a fun, sober life.

Sovereign Health is a refreshingly innovative rehabilitation group interweaving cutting-edge treatment modalities with traditional, experiential and alternative therapies for lasting recovery from mental health or addiction issues.

Sovereign Health is considerate of all aspects of our patients’ needs and symptoms. We understand that it’s not easy for the patient and therefore, we put in the best of efforts that can help motivate them throughout their journey of recovery. We offer:

  • Facilities across the nation
  • Treatment for dual diagnosis of prescription addiction along with a co-occurring disorder such as mental illness, trauma or eating disorders
  • Multiple tracks of treatment: substance abuse, mental health and dual diagnosis
  • Evidence-based and alternative therapies
  • Additional regional programs particularly focused on: adolescent males, teens, women overcoming trauma and middle-aged men with mental health and addiction issues

Our expert doctors construct a fortress around the individual to detoxify at one of our best MDMA detox centers, rehabilitate and pave the way for a new social life, replete with innovative methods to heal and maintain. Our single-minded focus is this: A Better Way to a Better Life.

We keep patients and their families informed on frequent and local fellowships, the latest in health news and cultivate sobriety with alternative resources to maintain wellness. Call our 24/7 helpline to learn more about our treatment programs for MDMA addiction.

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