Ecstasy Rehab at Bayview Recovery

Users take ecstasy, also known as “Molly” or MDMA, to achieve a sense of euphoria along with feelings of happiness and love. For this reason, ecstasy has become a popular drug among younger people, especially those who are active in the club or “rave” scenes. Ecstasy does not share the same intense addictiveness of other recreational drugs; however, this does not make it less harmful than its counterparts.

Instead, ecstasy users may find themselves psychologically addicted to the drug. The overwhelming and intense positive emotions that they seek from the drug become possible only when they take the drug. This is because, over time, the drug shuts down the brain’s natural ability to generate these feelings. Thus, quitting ecstasy on your own can easily lead to a “crash” — lows equal to the drug’s highs — that quickly result in ongoing drug use.

Long-time users will also experience sometimes life-threatening health risks should they attempt to quit on their own. These dangers come in part from the drug itself as well as from the other drugs that often get mixed in with ecstasy, causing complications during detox. Detox alone will not end your dependence on ecstasy. Comprehensive, individualized rehab that addresses the underlying reasons for your habit is also always necessary.

Ecstasy’s Short-term Symptoms

Using ecstasy even for a short time will produce many adverse side effects including:

  • shaking and tremors
  • blurred vision
  • hallucinations
  • increased heart rate
  • increased blood pressure
  • faintness
  • nausea
  • muscle cramping
  • facial tension
  • fever, sweating and chills

Ecstasy Abuse and Addiction’s Long-term Symptoms

Long-term ecstasy use results in even more severe, negative symptoms, including:

Physical Symptoms

  • loss of appetite
  • memory problems
  • confusion
  • cognitive impairment
  • fatigue
  • difficulty sleep

Psychological Symptoms

  • irritability
  • confusion
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • overwhelming drug cravings

Ecstasy’s Withdrawal Symptoms

Withdrawal from ecstasy includes many serious and harmful side effects — physical and psychological — much like those of other, harder drugs. They include:

  • appetite loss
  • depression
  • confusion
  • anxiety
  • agitation
  • paranoia
  • insomnia
  • fatigue
  • cognitive difficulties
  • memory issues
  • changes in one’s self-perception
  • very powerful drug cravings

Why Bayview Recovery’s Individualized Rehab Works

To get the most from your detox — and this applies to any drug — you need to follow your detox with rehab. This is especially true of ecstasy. Further, you need to have your detox first, and your detox needs to be monitored. Bayview Recovery can work closely with your detox partner to see that this happens.

The real value of Bayview Recovery, however, is the individualized rehab you will receive during your stay here. In rehab, we will help you understand why you started using so you can solve those problems without drugs and alcohol, and we can help you find the right methods and practices to get you healthy quickly and keep you healthy.

Bayview Recovery also believes that your goals for recovery play a huge part in helping you get and stay well. Fun, excitement and joy have an important place in your wellness plan because they help replace your needs for drugs and alcohol, the method that you have used in the past to achieve those feelings, which has lead to so many problems.

Call Bayview Recovery today at 888.570.7154 to get started and learn more about how our unique, individualized rehab model can help you achieve lasting wellness. You deserve every day of wellness you can get.