Methamphetamine or Ice Addiction Treatment

Methamphetamine or Ice Addiction Treatment

Ice/Meth Addiction Treatment in Sydney –

Why Australians find effective and affordable treatment for ice addiction at The Cabin Sydney

Methamphetamine usage in Australia has stabilized in general, but studies have shown that there has been a drastic increase in the use of methamphetamines in its crystal form. Methamphetamine Hydrochloride, commonly known as crystal meth (or “Ice”) has the fastest growing drug rate in Australia. Reports have shown that Ice usage has increased by 10% since 2011.

In the last two years, border control has confiscated a record number of illicit drugs the majority of which were Ice. This coincides with the amount of ambulance calls for Ice related problems having tripled. Drug rehab centres countrywide reported that the number of patients seeking Ice addiction treatment tripled from 2010 to 2012.

Ice, or Crystal meth, is extremely addictive, especially in young users, and 2.4% of teenagers under the age of 14 admitted to having tried the drug. Australia’s drug control authorities have declared that crystal meth usage is an ‘imminent threat’ to Australian society, as the use of the drug increases all over the country and Ice addiction treatment options are scarce at best.

The side effects of methamphetamines are both physical and psychological and users can expect high heart rates, sweats, irritability and sleeplessness. Long-term use can result in diseases such as psychosis and paranoia once fully suffering from meth addiction.

Methamphetamines like Ice can be taken a number of different ways, and it is one of the most widely used drugs in Sydney. If you or a loved one is suffering from meth addiction, it is of utmost importance to contact a medical professional and seek treatment. At The Cabin Sydney we offer a free initial consultation.

Ice/meth addiction treatment in Sydney

The Cabin Sydney offers an outpatient addiction treatment programme for addicts from all walks of life. Strict confidentiality and anonymity are of utmost importance. In order to provide a programme that is convenient, we offer evening treatment sessions so that our clients can still tend to work and personal obligations while receiving the proper meth addiction treatment they both need and deserve.

About our ice/meth addiction treatment method?

At The Cabin Sydney we use the modern version of the 12 Steps found in AA and NA programmes, and we integrate it with our own unique method known as the Recovery Zones. The combination of these two treatment programmes has an extremely high success rate, as it helps addicts take control over their own thought processes, and re-train the brain to disassociate methamphetamines with pleasure.

Depending on the severity of the client’s meth addiction, they may be referred to our residential rehab, The Cabin Chiang Mai for a more intensive treatment therapy.

Residential rehabilitation treatment at The Cabin Chiang Mai

The Cabin Chiang MaiAt The Cabin Chiang Mai, we offer inpatient rehabilitation treatment for all substance and process addictions, including meth addiction. Our treatment methods are not solely focused on the medical healing of our clients, but on their mental and spiritual well-being as well. Our Western accredited staff are friendly and professional and will ensure that every programme is tailored around the individual client’s specific needs. Our luxurious, resort-style facility is found in the lush subtropical foothills of the Northern Thai city of Chiang Mai, and offers 24/7 care in a serene and healing atmosphere that is highly conducive to addiction recovery.

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Contact us today about ice addiction treatment to have a no obligation assessment and see how we can help you. Fill out the short form on the top right of this page, or call us directly on +61 2 9326 2867, to start your journey to recovery now.

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