Effective and Affordable Ecstasy Addiction Treatment in Thailand
Our principle addiction treatment method, Recovery Zones, aims to treat the entire body and mind by combining cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), 12 Steps and mindfulness with physical fitness, art and drama therapy and yoga. We equip our clients with the tools needed to step out into the world and live a successful and happy life in addiction recovery.
Reasons to Choose Residential Care for Ecstasy Addiction
Even without severe addiction, many addicts choose to undergo treatment at an inpatient facility due to its many benefits. These benefits include:
- Private location
Being completely removed from home, away from the people, places and events that could trigger drug use is not only beneficial to some, but necessary. The less temptation there is to use the drug, the freer the addict is to focus on achieving success in addiction recovery.
- Dual-diagnosis treatment
In many cases, there is a co-occurring disorder such as anxiety, depression or mood disorder that needs to be treated alongside addiction. Inpatient rehab allows time for a full diagnosis and treatment of this co-occurring disorder while simultaneously being treated for ecstasy addiction.
Of course, all treatment undergone during residential rehab is kept strictly confidential.
- Comprehensive treatment programme
Along with group and one-on-one counselling sessions, residential rehab provides further helpful therapies including art therapy, drama therapy, physical fitness and more.
- Reduced Levels of Stress
During residential rehab, it is the goal of staff members to ensure that clients have only one thing to think about – getting healthy! There is no worry of where to be or what to eat – all of that is taken care of for you.
- 24-hour care
Addiction treatment can be an emotional rollercoaster which is why many addicts enjoy having counsellors or support workers available 24 hours a day – just in case they need a shoulder to lean on to get them through the day.
How Long does MDMA Addiction Treatment Take?
Every case is different. The appropriate treatment time is determined by the severity of the addiction, how long the addict has been using, and how quickly they seem to adapt to the addiction treatment method. As a general rule, however, we recommend a minimum stay of 28 days to reap the full benefits of inpatient treatment.
Why Choose The Cabin Chiang Mai for Treatment?
The Cabin Chiang Mai is a luxury residential rehab facility that boasts private accommodation in a stunning, tropical setting alongside the jungle-lined mountains one of Thailand’s most-visited cities. Our Western-trained counsellors have decades of combined experience treating addiction and many of them are actually in recovery themselves, meaning they are able to pull from personal experience during counselling sessions as well.
On top of that, we have an above average programme completion rate of 96%, and a modern, intelligent and holistic treatment programme that really works.
Long-Term Effects of Ecstasy Addiction
The more a person uses ecstasy, the harder the come down becomes each time, which is often the reason why users continue to take the drug. Long-term health effects of ecstasy addiction include:
- Memory loss
- Brain damage
- Suicidal thoughts
For those with predisposing conditions such as hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, liver disease, panic attacks, psychiatric disorders or a history of seizures, negative effects of the drug can increase, and ecstasy can become toxic sometimes after just one dose.
What Happens after Addiction Treatment?
Once ecstasy addiction treatment is complete, our clients will have prepared a personal relapse prevention plan and will be invited to join our aftercare programme. Here we offer a lifetime of support through online support meetings, communication with counsellors and more. Seeing our clients succeed is what makes us happiest which is why we will be there for them every step of the way.
Act Now – Get the Addiction Treatment you Need Today!
Addiction a chronic illness that only gets worse with time. The longer you wait get treatment, the more severe the addiction will become. If you or a loved one is suffering from ecstasy addiction, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are pleased to offer a free, no obligations assessment where we can discuss how we can help you get your life back on track.
Over the years, it seems that people have forgotten that ecstasy addiction is real. Ecstasy or MDMA, also commonly referred to as Molly, seems to have gained popularity among Hollywood celebrities and entertainers with lyrics such as “We like to party / dancing with Molly / doing whatever we want” in Miley Cyrus’ “We Can’t Stop”. But the real effects of ecstasy addiction are hardly ever brought to light.
Why Ecstasy Addiction Occurs?
Most users who take ecstasy report feeling a pleasant, relaxing effect with the drug. MDMA affects the brain’s neurotransmitters, primarily serotonin and dopamine. Serotonin regulates mood, sex drive, sleep, pain and appetite. MDMA causes the brain to release high levels of serotonin or “happy hormones”.
The feelings MDMA produces are perhaps its most addictive force. Often times users will also be drawn to the drug for its weight loss effects as appetite decreases during and after use. When the user comes down, they experience ecstasy withdrawal symptoms as a result of draining their levels of serotonin. The user may feel depressed, tired or irritable. MDMA dependency will result in creating such low levels of serotonin in the addict, that they are only able to feel happy when taking the drug again.