Ketamine Detox

Ketamine is legally used by medical professionals as an anesthetic, but it is often abused as a party drug with hallucinogenic effects. It can lead to an addiction quickly, but help is available to those ready to free themselves from ketamine dependence.

Future Now Detox is dedicated to helping you find the best rehab center solutions to treat your substance use disorders. Our innovative ketamine detoxification program provides intensive ketamine treatment to meet your individual needs and help you overcome your battle with substance abuse.

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The Basics of Ketamine Addiction

The Basics of Ketamine Addiction

You may be wondering if this party drug has led to a full-blown addiction. If it feels like ketamine use has taken over you or a loved one’s life, it may be time to seek treatment.

What is Ketamine?

Ketamine is traditionally used as an anesthetic, but, over the last several years, it has grown to be a popular dissociative drug. It comes in two forms: either a clear liquid or a light white powder resembling cocaine. Once a user has taken ketamine, he or she will experience hallucinations and dissociations lasting for about two hours. In the long term, ketamine drug abuse can lead to depression, memory loss, abnormal liver or kidney function, and bladder damage. 

Signs of a Ketamine Addiction

Ketamine addiction presents itself in both psychological and behavioral ways. It is important to remember that while someone using ketamine may not have an addiction, there is no safe way to use ketamine recreationally.

Psychological signs of ketamine addiction include anxiety, depression, fear and paranoia, memory loss, hallucinations, inability to focus, and continuing to abuse ketamine to treat everyday stress. The behavioral symptoms are much easier to spot, including everyday ketamine use, mixing ketamine with other drugs, and feeling as though ketamine has taken over you or your loved one’s life.

The Ketamine Withdrawal and Detox Process

The decision to seek treatment for ketamine addiction can seem overwhelming, but getting professional help can lead to a lifetime of peace and sobriety. If you’re not familiar with substance abuse recovery, you may be wondering what to expect from detoxification and longer-term treatment. 

What is the Detox Process?

Detoxification is the first step in any substance abuse recovery, during which individuals suffering from addiction will stop using the drug entirely. As the drug is flushed from the system, individuals often experience uncomfortable or even painful withdrawal symptoms. Physical withdrawal symptoms and psychological withdrawal symptoms can be dangerous, so it is extremely important to go through the detox process under medical supervision. 

Ketamine Withdrawal Symptoms

Withdrawal symptoms occur most acutely during the detox process, but they can carry onto long term treatment. While some ketamine users have reported physical symptoms of withdrawal, most ketamine withdrawal symptoms are psychological. They usually include agitation, confusion, rage, nausea, insomnia, and fatigue. These symptoms can have very serious adverse effects on someone’s mental health, so experiencing these withdrawal symptoms with the oversight of a medical team can help ensure a safe detox.

Ketamine Addiction Treatment Process

Ketamine abuse does not need to be a lifelong dependency. After going through the detox process, our treatment center will work directly with you to create an individualized plan for long term recovery. Rehabilitation usually involves a combination of many kinds of therapy, including individual therapy, group therapy, and family therapy. 

Addiction is intimately linked with mental illness, so recovery from addiction will focus heavily on mental disorders and general mental health.

Recover from Ketamine Addiction with Future Now Detox

If you’re struggling with addiction, it can seem like you are all alone. However, it is never too late to seek treatment with professional addiction treatment programs for your ketamine addiction.

If you or a loved one are struggling with a drug and alcohol addiction, please contact Future Now Detox today! To check on insurance coverage, you can fill out our form here for a private and convenient solution for payment options. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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We understand the importance of accessibility and affordability, which is why we have partnered with several insurance companies to better service you. We accept most major insurance providers and private health insurance. Our team is available 24/7 to assist you in navigating your insurance coverage. If you don’t have insurance, we are here to help you understand the options available for you or a loved one.

Take the first step toward recovering from addiction by calling Future Now Detox at (866) 419-3899, or verify your insurance by clicking the button below. 

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