Holistic Adderall Addiction Treatment Program
End your battle with Adderall addiction with our medically-assisted, patient-focused detox program
Adderal is a prescription amphetamine typically used to treat symptoms of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It’s classified as a central nervous system stimulant, so people who are looking for a stimulant high may abuse it. Adderall abuse will build a tolerance to the drug, causing the person to use more to achieve the desired high and the possibility of withdrawal symptoms to increase.
The withdrawal symptoms of Adderall addiction make it hard for users to quit on their own. Some common withdrawal symptoms are depression, irritability, headaches, insomnia, and difficulty concentrating. It is important to keep in mind that recovery is possible, especially with a medical detox at a treatment facility.
The first step in our Adderall addiction treatment program is a medical detox with a licensed doctor to keep patients as safe and comfortable as possible. After the medical detox is complete, we move on to the next steps in the rehab process.
How do I know if I or a loved one is addicted to Adderall?
No one intends to become addicted to Adderall; usually, the problem begins as a way of increasing productivity. It is often abused by users who don’t have a prescription for Adderall.
If you do have a prescription for it, it is still possible to abuse it if you don’t follow the doctor’s orders. Before you know it, you’re taking it every day or needing more to feel its effects.
Common signs of Adderall addiction:
- Needing larger doses to feel the effects of the drug
- Taking the drug even if you know it’s causing harm
- Not being able to finish work without Adderall
- Being unable to feel alert without the drug
- Spending a lot of money getting the drug
- Irregular heartbeat
If you have any or several of these physical or behavioral symptoms, please contact Harris House today at 314-328-7938 to talk with one of our counselors about an evaluation and admission.
Adderall abuse by teens and young adults is particularly common because stress and time management issues in high school and college make the perceived effects of the drug more appealing.
According to SAMHSA’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health, in 2015, 425,000 teens between the ages of 12 and 17 reported abuse of prescriptions drugs like Adderall. The amount increases to approximately 2.5 million among young adults ages 18-25, which is almost 5 times more.
What are signs of Adderall overdose?
Overdosing on a stimulant medication like Adderall can lead to fatal consequences. If you suspect an Adderall overdose, call 911 or your local emergency services.
Some symptoms of overdose include:
- Cardiac rhythm abnormalities
- Uncontrollable tremor
- Profound confusion of delirium
- Loss of consciousness
What can I expect from treatment at Harris House?
As a dual diagnosis treatment facility, we’ll take care of you as soon as you walk through our doors. Our staff will do everything they can to keep you as comfortable and safe as possible.
Harris House’s approach to treatment is based on assessing the client as a whole person in a non-judgmental way. Our treatment combines medication management, mental health therapy to stabilize depression and anxiety, along with 12 step support groups as a holistic approach to treatment. It’s designed to work together to provide a stable foundation for the patient.
Admitting and being involved in substance abuse therapy is an already difficult process. We want to ensure all our clients are seen as holistic individuals worthy of time and care and help them receive the best treatment possible so they can enter recovery and leave their Adderall addiction behind them.
What’s it like at Harris House?
Clients are allowed to smoke and use their phones at our facility. Our location in South City is a highly secure, gated facility with 24-hour security, so you’ll never have to worry about safety. Feel free to explore our treatments page to learn more about the specific programs we offer.
We accept most major insurance companies. Please give us a call at 314-631-4299. A counselor is standing by 24 hours a day. You can also contact us here.