Addiction treatment

Exclusive methamphetamine (crystal meth) addiction rehab 

Our methamphetamine addiction treatment programs are exclusive and multidisciplinary. We provide a medically supervised withdrawal procedure to help you overpower the physical side effects. Once these have been relieved, we will tailor-make a treatment program to help you address any psychological issues that may have led to the addiction.

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Crystal meth addiction treatment

At Paracelsus Recovery, we provide specialized and exclusive methamphetamine addiction rehabilitation programs. Our first step is the provision of a safe and medically supervised detoxification to manage your physical dependency on crystal meth. While withdrawal is always difficult, we will make this process as comfortable as possible with supporting infusions (IVs) and various therapies. The withdrawal protocol will be conducted and supervised by our clinical nurse and psychiatrist.

Once you have completed the withdrawal process, our team of experts will provide an individualized treatment program. Your program will be tailor-made to address the specificities of your methamphetamine dependency and to manage any co-occurring mental health challenges.

We treat every client as a carefully managed project. The personalized treatment plan is agreed upon by the core team and carefully coordinated for the duration of the residential program. You will also receive one-to-one sessions throughout your stay and a live-in therapist who will stay at the same residence 24x7 for support.

We also provide extensive biochemical restoration and numerous complementary therapies such as acupuncture and yoga therapy to manage stress levels and restore your health. We treat one client at a time to ensure absolute discretion and unparalleled care.

We can provide luxury crystal meth addiction rehabilitation in London and Zurich.

360-Degree Treatment Approach — The most extensive and comprehensive treatment worldwide

Medical Check-ups
& Treatments
Addiction
Counseling
Extensive
Psychotherapy
Eye Movement Desensitization
and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Family
Therapy
Psychoeducation 
Neurofeedback 
Interval Hypoxic
Hyperoxic Treatment
Biochemical
Restoration
Probiotic Therapies
& Psychonutrition
Lifestyle &
Nutritional Counseling
Biofeedback
& Bioresonance
Yoga 
Reflexology
& Acupuncture
Massages 
Personal Training 

Crystal meth side effects

Crystal meth is a highly addictive illegal and dangerous stimulant drug that belongs to a class of drugs known as methamphetamines. Some methamphetamines are used in prescription medications to help individuals struggling with conditions such as ADHD. Crystal meth is made using several toxic substances such as antifreeze or battery acid, which heighten the risks involved.

Negative side effects include (but are not limited to)

• Hallucinations, panic, and psychosis.
• Bizarre, aggressive, and erratic behavior.
• Infectious diseases and abscesses.
• Depression.
• Brain damage.
• Facial sores and scratching.
• Tooth decay ‘meth mouth.’
• Permanent damage to blood vessels.
• Heart attacks or strokes.
• Death.

Once crystal meth enters the body, it releases large quantities of dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain which makes the individual feel highly euphoric, energetic, confident, and lacking inhibition. Over time, crystal meth can alter the brain’s biochemistry and lead to dependency. Once the brain’s reward system has become dependent on the substance, it can be very difficult to feel calm, content, or happy without it.

Many people who use crystal meth take the drug over several days and remain perpetually high throughout this time. Not only is the lack of sleep detrimental to their wellbeing, but this can lead to the two key features of addiction — tolerance and withdrawal. Tolerance refers to the need to continually increase the dosage of a substance to achieve the same ‘high.’ With tolerance comes the development of withdrawal symptoms. An individual is in withdrawal when they experience anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, physical illness, and depression once the drug wears off.

Signs of addiction include

• A lack of concern about personal appearance, social activities, loved ones, or responsibilities.
• Psychotic behavior such as hallucinations or paranoia.
• Repeated failed attempts to quit.
• Experiencing cravings and withdrawal symptoms.
• The inability to find joy in activities once loved or relationships.

FAQs

We provide crystal meth addiction rehabilitation in Zurich and London.

Crystal meth is a potent synthetic psychostimulant whereas heroin is an opioid derived from the opium poppy plant. Both substances can be highly addictive. At Paracelsus Recovery, we provide treatment programs and rehabilitation for heroin addiction and methamphetamine addiction.

In addition to our in-depth residential treatment programs, we also provide a shorter 7–14 days ‘Executive Detox’ program in Zurich and London for those who don’t have time to commit to a longer treatment program. Our Executive Detox program offers a safe withdrawal procedure, psychoeducation, and numerous complementary therapies. However, methamphetamine addiction is a highly challenging addiction to overcome and we would recommend a four to eight weeks treatment program in order to achieve the best results.

At Paracelsus Recovery, treatment will vary depending on each individual’s unique set of needs. Upon arrival, we provide an in-depth medical and psychiatric assessment which will help us to design your bespoke treatment plan. We can assist you in a medically safe and carefully planned detox from methamphetamine. During the treatment program, our functional medicine specialist will provide biochemical and neurochemical restoration to restore your physical health. To support your psychological and emotional health, we provide many hours of one-to-one therapy sessions catered to your needs as well as emotional support provided by the live-in therapist.

An individual who is abusing crystal meth may exhibit symptoms such as weight loss, dilated pupils, rapid eye movement, erratic movements, and psychotic behavior that can sometimes be violent.

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