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Adderall is a prescription-only medicine, specially crafted to help those with narcolepsy and ADHD. Its unique blend of dextroamphetamine and amphetamine can give users the boost they need for improved focus, concentration, and motivation.
Despite its potential to be incredibly helpful, Adderall can easily become a dangerous habit. With its misuse many find that their lives are less manageable without it – leading to severe dependency or addiction. This then results in panic attacks, paranoia, anxiety, and other underlying issues. Therefore, this drug can become much more damaging than beneficial when misused.
Agape Detox Center in Port St. Lucie, FL offers a targeted Adderall detox program for clients suffering from addiction. At our facility, you can expect to be cared for by a large team of highly trained and compassionate individuals. The Agape team will guide you or your loved one through the very first and often most challenging phase of the recovery process both safely and successfully.
The abuse of Adderal is most common among teens and young adults. According to research, approximately 20 percent of college students abuse prescription stimulants. Individuals who use this prescription drug may experience an increased feeling of self-assurance and a sense of being capable of achieving anything.
Other common names for Adderall:
In addition to an increase in concentration and focus, Adderall is also considered an effective appetite suppressant. Because of this, it’s often misused for weight loss and weight management just as it is for performance enhancement.
Given the habit-forming nature of this drug, even taking it as prescribed for too long can lead to dependence. Symptoms of Adderall addiction include:
As with any drug, the presence of withdrawal symptoms when a person stops using Adderall suddenly is a sign of dependence. Withdrawal doesn’t generally cause a vast range of severe, physical symptoms. Instead, people often deal with a far greater variety of psychological symptoms.
Physical symptoms of withdrawal include:
Psychological symptoms of Adderall withdrawal include:
Psychological symptoms of Adderall withdrawal can also mirror many of the symptoms of Adderall dependence including extreme anxiety, paranoia, and panic attacks. Throughout the withdrawal process, many recovering Adderall users also experience bouts of insomnia and nightmare. If you experience these symptoms it’s important to seek medical prescription drug detox in Florida.
Adderall can be a great aid for concentration and motivation. It works by activating the brain’s reward center, which releases surges of dopamine – nature’s way of encouraging beneficial behavior in us. However, if abused, your body won’t be able to keep up with its own reward system, leading to lessened productivity.
Many medical professionals assert that a full dopamine recovery following Adderall addiction can take between 60 and 90 days. Agapes’s Adderall detox program is designed to cater to the individual needs of each patient and can last anywhere between 1 to 4 weeks. We offer seamless transition from our detox program to our inpatient addiction treatment program for continued support.
The Agape team understands that Adderall detox may not be as physically challenging as other substances, but it can still be a mentally taxing process. We provide structured support to help our clients overcome psychological challenges such as:
There are different side effects of Adderall withdrawal that can be worsened by existing mental health conditions as well as the use of other prescription drugs. It’s important that our specialists understand your mental and physical state before creating your personalized treatment plan.
Although Adderall detox may not be as physically challenging as other substances, it can still be a mentally taxing process. By providing structured support to our clients, they can safely overcome psychological challenges such as:
One of the greatest dangers of detoxing from Adderall alone or going “cold turkey” is the risk of self-harm. Given the significant impact that Adderall abuse has on a person’s brain chemistry, issues such as severe depression, prolonged sleep troubles, and overwhelming anxiety can linger. It can take months for a person to achieve mood balance, for their sleep schedule to normalize, and for their motivation to return.
Detoxing in our Port St. Lucie facility will give you the benefits of a safe and comfortable environment, and around-the-clock care. If medication is deemed necessary for mitigating the most intense psychological symptoms, we offer options that are non-habit-forming and for which the benefits of use far outweigh the drawbacks.
You can take part in individual and group therapy when you’re ready. Patients also receive treatment for any co-occurring mental health disorders that you might have. Abuse of this medication is often paired with untreated, underlying issues such as post-traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and others. Having constant access to a knowledgeable team of caring professionals greatly reduces the risk of:
Initial physical symptoms of Adderall withdrawal often last just one to two weeks. In fact, for most people, a large number of these early symptoms abate after just two to seven days. Feelings of fatigue and increased hunger can last for several weeks.
The duration of physical withdrawal is determined by a variety of factors including the:
In some instances, patients may additionally experience slowed or uncontrolled movements and other psychomotor changes throughout the first week of the detox process.
Psychological withdrawal symptoms from Adderall are largely determined by a person’s dopamine recovery. Many people spend months experiencing psychological withdrawal effects of Adderall that in addition to depression, loss of motivation, paranoia, and anxiety, may even include unpleasant and vivid dreams.
At Agape Detox Center, we help our clients face and overcome these challenges by teaching healthy coping techniques. We offer options in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) with medical interventions as required.
Give us a call today. Admissions coordinators will answer any questions you may have about our program and walk you through the admissions process.
Our unique detox program in Florida provides a secure and peaceful setting for our clients, where they are protected from external influences that may trigger their addiction. It is crucial to avoid detoxing alone during the initial stages of recovery, as this can pose serious risks to your health and well-being.
When you choose Agape Detox Center for your treatment, you’ll get:
Detox services at Agape Detox Center always start with a medical evaluation and a complete psychological assessment. This allows us to customize your care early on. We’ll take note of your current pain levels and take steps to alleviate any symptoms you’re experiencing right away.
Once you’re checked in, you’ll be given a brief tour of our facility and the chance to get settled into your room. Expert medical staff will regularly monitor your vital signs and your overall physical and emotional well-being. New interventions will be leveraged as needed to reflect decreases or increases in the variety and intensity of withdrawal symptoms you experience.
Throughout your stay, we’ll place a strong focus on:
When you feel ready, you can take advantage of our group and individual counseling sessions. Onsite activities and workshops are also available to help on your journey to recovery.
Doctor evaluations at Agape Detox Center drive the design, implementation, and modification of our detox plans. They also give our medical team the opportunity to:
Professional admissions counselors will conduct an initial phone interview to gather information about your medical history and general health.
Upon entering and exiting our facility, you will undergo a thorough medical evaluation. Regular assessments will also be conducted throughout your treatment to ensure you receive the best care possible.
Addiction can manifest differently in each individual. For some, it may begin as a way to cope with overwhelming stress and pressure to succeed. Others may use it to achieve weight loss goals or as a result of an eating disorder. Oftentimes, addiction to Adderall is accompanied by other co-occurring disorders.
At Agape Detox Center, we take into account all the unique differences of our patients. We believe that personalized treatment plans are the key to ensuring their health, safety, and long-term success.
We work closely with each patient to create customized and needs-specific plans that cater to their individual needs. We also recognize that growth and progress are ongoing processes, which is why our treatment plans are regularly reviewed and revised to reflect our patients’ physical and psychological development.
It’s important to know that detox is merely the start of the recovery process. If you began taking Adderall for ADHD or narcolepsy, a large part of your recovery plan will be finding a safe, sustainable way to manage your condition without Adderall.
Patients can transition into our inpatient addiction treatment program as their bodies and minds are ready. Before exiting our care, we’ll make sure you’re equipped with a strong support system and a detailed plan for preventing relapse.
Our team is dedicated to helping you achieve long-term success by assisting with life-planning, goal setting, and providing resources to avoid common lifestyle-related risk factors. With the right tools and mindset, you can overcome any challenges and stay on track towards your goals.
Addiction can have long-term consequences relating to brain functioning, social behaviors, and a person’s overall physical and emotional well-being. We advise individuals to consider detox if you’re:
If you’re struggling to limit or stop your use of Adderall, know that you’re not alone. Reclaiming control of your life is within reach, and we’re here to help you achieve that. Give us a call today to learn more about our drug addiction programs.
Stephanie Catalano is an accomplished Clinical Director at Agape Behavioral Healthcare. With a Master of Social Work degree, LCSW license, and extensive training in Rapid Resolution Therapy under her belt, she brings a wealth of expertise to her role. Her unique combination of education and experience allows her to provide exceptional care to clients and lead her team with confidence. Stephanie’s joy comes from witnessing the moments when her patients creatively connect the dots and bravely move toward reclaiming their power. Her purpose is to help individuals understand their past so they can create a future full of hope, growth, and success. Stephanie attributes a large portion of her success to the supportive culture and strong sense of community fostered by the Agape team.