Boca Raton, Florida –
Find Addiction Rehabs (FAR), a company based in Boca Raton, FL that offers valuable resources on addiction treatment and rehab would like to focus in the second of their series of resources for urban areas that require top quality addiction treatment, the dramatic need for substance abuse treatment in Albuquerque, NM. In addition, FAR has published an article titled, “Can You Overdose on Meth?” and another article that explains the dangers of the latest form of meth, known as phenyl-2-propane (P2P) meth that is a very potent version of the drug and can even cause mental health symptoms more quickly compared to ephedrine-based formulations.
As indicated in the intensely popular “Breaking Bad” series, meth addiction in New Mexico is an urgent problem and indeed substance abuse is a massive problem in Albuquerque, which is a city that has more than its fair share of crime, tragedy, and death resulting from addiction. The city’s drug problems are among the worst in the country, with the top 10 causes of death directly related to substance abuse. Albuquerque is the 15th highest when it comes to drug overdose deaths in the US and it is 29 percent higher compared to the rest of the nation. The main drugs causing overdose range from meth to heroin to alcohol.
There is indeed a clear and present need for drug detox in Albuquerque. Fortunately, the city has an improved approach to substance abuse treatment. In a recent report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), New Mexico is number one when it comes to the reduction of drug-related deaths in the nation. This was the result of the state’s initiatives, such as increasing access to various treatment alternatives, such as medication-assisted therapy (MAT) and creating opioid prescribing guidelines for doctors. And Albuquerque is one of the leading places for drug and alcohol rehab for those who want to go to New Mexico for treatment.
Meanwhile, meth overdose is possible in two ways: chronic overdose and acute meth toxicity. Potential warning signs of an acute meth overdose include: chest pain; agitation; heart attack; unresponsiveness; difficulty breathing; irregular or stopped heartbeat; kidney damage and possible renal failure; hyperthermia; seizures; paranoia; stroke; and severe stomach pain. Chronic meth overdose is a result of using meth regularly. Symptoms will likely include damage to the brain, liver and kidney; chronic anxiety; paralysis; including circulatory and respiratory problems.
And with P2P meth, it provides a much more intense high to the user compared to ephedrine-based meth. It has several potential side effects, such as: psychosis; severe mental illness; isolating behavior; violent paranoia; delusions; hallucinations; massive memory loss; and jumbled speech. People who abuse P2P meth may also experience severe physical health problems, such as brain damage or liver failure. And this can happen even if the drug is used only for a short period. And it should also be noted that any kind of meth abuse can result into an increase in the person’s heart rate, blood pressure, and respiratory rate.
Like ephedrine-based meth, P2P meth also has a high chance of containing toxic chemicals because street manufacturers are not really concerned about their consumers’ health and typically produce the drug in unhygienic places. This meth has also been noted to be often mixed with other dangerous drugs, such as fentanyl.
Find Addiction Rehabs was established to provide the best possible information resources for people who are interested in important information regarding addiction treatment either for themselves or their loved ones. On the website, they publish content that is made up of expert articles and guest blogs, which means that the website is not the regular directory listing or directory website that only presents a list of addiction treatment centers. Instead, the website functions as a single information resource that is focused on addiction disorders and behaviors and the most up-to-date techniques for treatment to allow people struggling with an addiction to begin their journey towards recovery.
Those who are looking for substance abuse treatment in Albuquerque, or for their particular state or city, can go to the Find Addiction Rehabs website or contact them through the telephone.
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Find Addiction Rehabs
Find Addiction Rehabs
2499 Glades Rd
Boca Raton, FL 33431