MDMA and ecstasy are at the heart of contemporary party culture. The Hader Clinic is here to help you break out of the spiral with specialised MDMA rehab and ecstasy rehab programs.
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Ecstasy — the street name for MDMA — is a potent stimulant with the potential for hallucinogenic side effects. It is a prevalent party drug that provides a collection of synthetic effects like euphoria, energy, and empathy. While this only lasts for a few hours, it leaves behind a comedown that lasts for days. Due to its recreational appeal, the ecstasy can be addictive, and encourages poly drug use.
The Hader Clinic treats ecstasy addiction and reliance on MDMA by following a holistic model of care to treat all facets of addiction — from the physical, to the spiritual. We tailor specific ecstasy addiction treatments for each patient, comprised of different therapies and costs, all with the single-minded focus of freeing patients from addiction.
Ecstasy abuse can affect the mind and the body in the short and long term. Depending on the level of use, ecstasy can affect many facets of day-to-day life, not just weekend partying.
The danger of withdrawing from ecstasy is inherently based on psychosis. Stimulants like ecstasy affect brain chemistry and the production of dopamine. This can lead to a range of psychotic symptoms where the patients may seem frightened, violent, agitated, or afflicted by hallucinations and fixations.
Stimulant-induced psychosis can trigger a range of mental health issues, including:
The team at The Hader Clinic are experts at identifying these issues. Improving the mental health of our patients is the cornerstone of our ecstasy rehab program. With empathy, expertise, and a treatment plan, we can help patients overcome their addiction and withdrawal, including the psychotic elements of their disease.
The popularity of ecstasy means that it is commonly abused and taken in greater amounts to achieve the desired effect. This can lead to overdose, which can result in death. As well as the chance for overdose and dependence, ecstasy can also intensify existing psychiatric conditions. Withdrawal can also amplify these effects, leading to crises that require immediate attention and treatment.
The danger of ecstasy cannot be understated. At The Hader Clinic’s Melbourne ecstasy addiction treatment centre, patients will have their physical and mental health closely monitored and cared for.
Like other party drugs, ecstasy is a typical candidate for polydrug use. Polydrug use is where users combine substances to amplify and scale their effects. Mixing unregulated illicit substances is dangerous territory, especially in careless party environments.
The purity of MDMA is a controversial issue. Sources often claim to offer 'pure' ecstasy. Unfortunately, most of the examples of MDMA and ecstasy found on the street are impure; in reality, it's often a toxic mixture of household and lab-created chemicals.
Pure MDMA is often cut down with 'fillers', allowing dealers to maximise the volume of product they have by abandoning purity. Some of the most well-known adulterants include:
Adulterants can affect the potency of the drug you think you are taking. Some of the above chemicals have lower thresholds for overdose than MDMA.
Drug use and addiction don't discriminate based on age, income, race, sex, intelligence, or any other demographic. It does not matter how your loved one discovered ecstasy — they have taken to using often, and may even be addicted or reliant on it.
Addiction is never a decision. It is more of an affliction, a disease. Fortunately, like many diseases, it can be treated. However, addressing the physical symptoms of ecstasy addiction is only one step of the process. The Hader Clinic looks at MDMA and ecstasy rehab from all angles, addressing psychological, emotional, social, and spiritual effects, as well as the physical.
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