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Do Ecstasy Abusers Need Inpatient Care?

MDMA (also called ecstasy or molly) can cause a number of serious problems when abused, and treatment will often need to be intensive and comprehensive. Therefore, inpatient care is often necessary for those seeking help for ecstasy abuse. Calling 800-411-9312 (Who Answers?) today will help you find rehab centers that will cater to your needs as well as allow you to recover from ecstasy abuse safely and effectively.

The Dangers of Ecstasy Abuse

According to a study in the Western Journal of Medicine, “Many users and social commentators believe that with better management, the negative consequences of MDMA can be avoided. This belief is based on the false premise that the danger associated with MDMA lies exclusively with poor control of environmental temperature,” as overdose often leads to dehydration, severely increased body temperature, and death. However, the issues associated with ecstasy abuse are many, and the longer one uses this drug, the more serious their problems will likely become.

MDMA abuse can lead to depression, mental confusion, anxiety, long-term paranoia, the depletion of serotonin levels in the brain, memory problems, insomnia and sleep deprivation, and a number of other issues. These are all long-term effects that, when ecstasy is abused over time, become more and more likely to occur. Someone could also experience other issues in the short term when taking ecstasy, including those already listed above. Unfortunately, the drug’s dangers still do not end here.

Ecstasy Abusers

Ecstasy abuse can lead to mental confusion and memory problems.

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, ecstasy affects many of the same neurotransmitters in the brain that are affected by other addictive drugs. “Experiments have shown that animals will self administer MDMA,” which is an important indicator of a drug’s potential for causing addiction and dependency. With regular use, ecstasy can be deadly as well as addictive and can possibly cause a number of mental health issues, creating a need for inpatient care for those who have been abusing the drug.

Inpatient Care and Ecstasy Abuse

It is usually much safer for individuals who have been consistently abusing MDMA to attend inpatient care than outpatient care. This is because residential facilities provide controlled environments, 24-hour access to medical help, constant surveillance, and more intensive treatment options, allowing individuals to have a better chance at recovery. Many people will require treatment for mental health issues and psychological disorders in addition to ecstasy addiction, and inpatient care is often best for dealing with comorbid disorders.

Seeking Ecstasy Addiction Treatment

Unfortunately, because many people believe ecstasy is not as risky as it seems or that the drug itself can be taken safely if the individual drinks water and avoids warm environments, users will not always realize how dangerous the use of this drug actually is. Therefore, treatment should be attended as soon as possible if you know you have been using ecstasy consistently for more than a few weeks or months.

Call 800-411-9312 (Who Answers?) today to find treatment facilities that will provide you with the safest options possible as well as an individualized program that works to fit your recovery needs. We can also answer any questions you may have about ecstasy abuse and addiction. Call now to begin your journey towards recovery.

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