Cincinnati Adderall Rehab & Treatment
Personalized Rehab Options for Adderall Users
If you or a loved one are struggling with Adderall addiction and all the harm that comes from it, then Cedar Oaks Wellness Center can help. We are a trusted addiction treatment center in Cincinnati that is known for our transparency and treatment options that can be carefully individualized to meet each person’s needs. Using cognitive-behavioral treatments (CBT), 12-step programs, and more, we are confident we can help you overcome your Adderall addiction.
For us to help, you need to let us. Call (513) 780-5201 now.
Adderall Abuse Symptoms
Adderall is an amphetamine that is mostly used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy. As a stimulant, it can sharpen the user’s focus and help them feel energetic throughout the day. When used correctly and safely, Adderall can be beneficial. When abused, though, it can become very dangerous.
Symptoms of Adderall addiction include:
- Constant dry mouth
- Nausea and vomiting, especially after eating
- Anxiety and panic attacks
- Rapid thoughts and restlessness
Nonphysical symptoms of Adderall addiction can include a strong sensation of unease whenever Adderall is not close at hand or has not been used recently. People struggling with Adderall addiction might also go out of their way to find and use more of it, such as abandoning school, work, and family engagements to use the drug. While on Adderall, an addicted user might also feel “invincible” or experience delusions of grandeur.
Long-Term Consequences of Adderall Addiction
There is no second way to say it: Adderall addiction can be life-threatening. The drug can begin to cause physical damage to the nervous system when abused, which can cause a rash of dangerous side effects if untreated and as the addiction worsened.
People who have abused Adderall for an extended period may suffer:
- Heart palpitations and chest pain
- Constant exhaustion
- Persistent fever
- Hallucinations and psychosis
Certain side effects can spike suddenly, too, requiring immediate medical attention. If you are experiencing dangerous symptoms of Adderall addiction, please visit a medical professional for treatment at once.
Who is Most Likely to Be Adderall-Addicted?
Although Adderall addiction can affect anyone, it happens most often among teens and young adults who are prescribed Adderall for ADHD. People of these age groups tend to have a lower sense of self-control, so addictive behaviors are more likely. The abuse usually starts slowly, like taking one more pill than prescribed in a dose to feel more focused, before snowballing into taking multiple pills at once.
How to Treat Adderall Addiction
Cedar Oaks has a state-of-the-art facility located on 120 acres in Cincinnati. Within our spacious and welcoming center, we can host a variety of Adderall treatments, each designed to fit a specific need and expectation. You will find that you can start down the path of recovery comfortably if you use treatments and therapies that feel right to you. We’re here to help you make those decisions, too, if you wish.
Programs that might work for you include:
- Medication-assisted treatment
- Relapse prevention
- Nutrition program
- Group therapy
- Family therapy
We are Ready to Walk Alongside You
Come to our Cincinnati Adderall addiction treatment center for a healing process that focuses on what is the most important: your wellness. Our team is known for being truly compassionate when working with people from all backgrounds and walks of life. Together, we can guide you down the trail of recovery without distraction or judgment, so you can feel confident in your future again.
Dial (513) 780-5201 to learn more about getting started.