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Looking for help arranging Alcohol Detox for someone you know? Alcohol Detox UK can help with experienced and impartial advice. Alcohol Detox UK help to provide the best type of detox for the needs of the person you are concerned about. We consider your budget, the specific addiction and treatment history, as well as age and other risk factors.

Alcohol Detox Centres in the UK

Finding the right alcoholic detox process to meet your needs can be confusing. You may be in some form of crisis due to the chaos associated with active addiction, and the huge range of choices in the marketplace can be overwhelming. Alcoholic Detox can help you now.

Alcoholic Detox do not charge for this service and all advice is given in the best interest of the patient. If you need to stay in an alcohol rehab centre, uur fee is paid by our partner clinics and so you never pay more than you would if you'd approached the alcohol clinic directly.

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Addiction Detox

Is Ecstasy addictive?

Ecstasy (MDMA) can be addictive for some people. American surveys found that 43% of young Ecstasy users met the diagnostic criteria for dependence. These users experienced tolerance and withdrawal and continued to use the substance despite the negative consequences it was creating.

The majority of people who use Ecstasy experience some form of withdrawal symptom such as fatigue, blue moods, loss of appetite, and difficulty concentrating.

How is Ecstasy used?

MDMA is usually swalled as a tablet or capsule but can also be absorbed rectally. Most people use between 120 and 240 milligrams of Ecstasy as a dose. Its effects last between 3 and 6 hours and people will often take a second dose when the effect starts to wear off.

Ecstasy works by altering the way neurotransmitters in the brain operate. Ecstasy can be toxic to brain cells that contain serotonin which may lead to to long-term damage.

Why is Ecstasy so dangerous?

The tablets used in clubs are known as Ecstasy but these tablets are rarely pure Ecstasy and are often a combination of other drugs such as methamphetamine, caffeine, cocaine, and ephedrine. Ecstasy is often used in conjunction with alcohol and marijuana.

 

Treatment for Ecstasy abuse

As yet there is no specific medical intervention for Ecstasy abuse. A drug rehab treatment centre  will most likely employ a cognitive behavioural approach to help the patient change his/her behaviour and way of thinking. Providing the abuser with life skills to help cope with life's stressors is an important of a drug rehabilitation program


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