Ecstasy Addiction Treatment
The vast majority of users of ecstasy are between 18 and 29 years of age. They consider ecstasy a recreational party drug. Emergency room visits, however, are on the rise for children aged 12-17, meaning this drug of abuse is not only relegated to young adults that use it at concerts, raves and clubs.
If you or a loved one are abusing ecstasy or suffering from dependency on ecstasy, Sober Freedom can help. We can get you into a treatment program that specializes in the treatment of ecstasy abuse. If you need immediate help and would like to speak with a Sober Freedom staff member, call our hotline at (855) 888-0061 at any time, day or night.
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Taking the First Step
Many people that use ecstasy do not perceive of its use as a problem until it begins to destroy their family and social lives. If you are one of the many people that are suffering from the use of MDMA, Sober Freedom can help. We maintain a 24 hour hotline for users of ecstasy to call in and get information or assistance at any time. Call our hotline at (855) 888-0061 to learn more about the various treatment options available to you. Don’t wait for the problem to get worse. Get the help you need to overcome addiction and begin a life of sobriety.
Ecstasy is also frequently used in combination with other drugs of abuse to enhance its effects such as cocaine, methamphetamines and other psychoactive drugs. Since ecstasy dramatically increases body temperature, and many other drugs used in combination increase heart rate and blood pressure, many people that overdose can do significant damage to internal organs that is often permanent. Some die from hyperthermia. Don’t wait for the problem to get worse. Call us at (855) 888-0061 and we will help you understand how to get in to a qualified treatment program.
Parents, Family and Friends
In many cases, it’s parents, family and friends that first notice the tell-tale signs of ecstasy use. Oversleeping, missing school or work, anxiety, panic attacks and depression are common signs of ecstasy use. If you have a loved one that needs help, please call us at (855) 888-0061. It is not uncommon for parents and family to have an exceedingly difficult time trying to get their loved ones the help they need. If you have a family member that cannot face the fact that they need help, Sober Freedom offers family intervention services. We’re here to help, 24/7.
Other Ecstasy Related Dangers
Since ecstasy increases a person’s desire to be touched and to touch others while simultaneously decreasing inhibitions, it’s not uncommon for users of the drug to engage in promiscuous sexual activity. Within the community of chronic ecstasy users a wide variety of sexually transmitted diseases are prevalent. Frequent use combined with decreased inhibition also increases the probability that long term users will use other drugs to enhance their high. Sometimes, these other drugs can become addictive, especially cocaine and methamphetamine.
What Are My Payment Options?
In most cases, treatment is paid for entirely by insurance. Sober Freedom accepts almost all insurance and we will find a way to get you in treatment if you have it. If you don’t have insurance, don’t worry. You still have options. Our deeply held belief is that no one that needs help with addiction should worry about paying for treatment. Sober Freedom will explore a wide range of options with you to get you to treatment including, but not limited to financing and alternative sources of funding.
Why People Use Ecstasy
Most people begin using ecstasy at a relatively young age with friends at parties, raves, club scenes and concerts on an infrequent basis. Because ecstasy gives users a tremendous sense of increased energy, euphoria and tremendously increased sensitivity to tactile stimulation. People who use ecstasy want to be touched and want to touch others…to them, it’s a harmless, feel good drug. But long term use can be deadly. Call us at (855) 888-0061 to learn how Sober Freedom can get you into a treatment center that specializes in the treatment of ecstasy abuse. We’re here to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year.