MDMA Rehab at Bayview Recovery

Users may take MDMA or “Molly” to get a sense of euphoria and also experience feelings of happiness and love. MDMA has become a very popular drug among youth, especially those involved in the club and “rave” scenes. MDMA isn’t as addictive as other recreational drugs; however, it can still cause substantial harm to users, especially if they use the drug long-term.

In nearly all cases, MDMA users quickly find themselves psychologically addicted, and the overwhelming, intense and positive emotions they get from the drug become possible only while they continue using it. Over time, the drug will shut down the brain’s ability to create these feelings on its own. Thus, quitting MDMA leads most users to a “crash” — lows equal to or stronger than the drug’s original highs. When this happens, most users will quickly return to drug use.

Of course, long-time users will also experience life-threatening risks should they attempt to quit using on their own. These dangers become even bigger if other drugs are mixed in with the MDMA users are taking, which almost always is the case. These complications make detox even more difficult. Detox alone will not end your MDMA dependency, however. Comprehensive rehab and individualized therapy that address the underlying reasons for your drug use is necessary and is the only way out.

MDMA’s Short-Term Symptoms

Using MDMA even in the short time produces many harmful side effects which include:

  • Shaking, tremors
  • Impaired vision
  • Hallucinations
  • Faster-than-normal heart rate
  • High blood pressure
  • Faintness
  • Nausea
  • Muscle cramps
  • Facial muscle tension
  • Chills, fever and sweating

MDMA Abuse and Addiction’s Long-Term Symptoms

Long-term MDMA use creates even more severe and adverse symptoms, including:

Physical symptoms

  • Appetite loss
  • Memory issues
  • Confusion
  • Cognitive impairments
  • Fatigue
  • Sleep difficulties

Psychological symptoms

  • Irritability
  • Confusion
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Powerful drug cravings

MDMA’s Withdrawal Symptoms

Withdrawal from MDMA also has many serious, potentially devastating side effects — including physical and psychological symptoms — much like harder drugs. These include:

  • Loss of appetite
  • Depression
  • Confusion
  • Anxiety
  • Agitation
  • Paranoia
  • Insomnia
  • Fatigue
  • Cognitive issues
  • Memory loss
  • Changes in self-perception
  • Powerful drug cravings

Why Bayview Recovery’s Individualized Treatment Works

To get the most from detox — from MDMA or any other drug — you will need detox and rehab. This is especially true for MDMA. And you will need to have your detox first — and you need to ensure your detox is monitored — before you begin rehab to ensure maximum effectiveness. Bayview Recovery can work closely with your detox team to make sure that your detox succeeds, and you can quickly start a rehab program that is right for you.

Bayview Recovery’s real value lies in the individualized rehab approach we provide and which anchors your stay here. Throughout your rehab, we will help you get to the heart of your reasons for using so we can deal with those issues and free you from a lifetime of self-medicating with drugs and alcohol. We will find the best methods and practices for your personality and drug history, to get you and keep you healthy. This is the only way to get clean and stay clean.

Bayview Recovery believes that your expectations for recovery play a major part in helping you achieve wellness. Fun, excitement and joy — the things you want after recovery — have a central place in your wellness plan because they can replace drugs and alcohol as the focus of your life. When you follow your authentic happiness, you will no longer need drugs and alcohol to feel good about yourself and life.

Call Bayview Recovery today to get started on your recovery. You can reach us at 855.478.3650. Our unique, individualized rehab model can help you overcome addiction and achieve lasting health. You deserve a break. We can help you get one.