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Ketamine Addiction

Ketamine is an anesthetic that is used in hospitals and veterinary clinics but has become a widely popular club drug for it’s perception separating qualities that make users feel like they have briefly escaped reality. Ketamine addiction and ketamine abuse has been reported to effect 2.3 million Americans that are age 12 or older. Many teens report using ketamine for non-medical purposes at least once before the 12th grade.

Drug rehab centers treat Ketamine addiction in a number of ways depending on the severity of the addiction and the mentality of the addict. Everyone is different and drug rehab centers that treat Ketamine addiction recognize the fact that no two addictions can be treated equally. Ultimately, those addicted to Ketamine will find themselves mentally drained and sometimes may even feel as though they are drowning in psychosis or delusions.

Drug rehab centers will provide a safe haven for addicts to detox from the dangerous drug Ketamine and begin a treatment regimen. Ketamine withdrawal symptoms that may be felt during the detoxification phase include depression, irrational fears, panic attacks, decreased motivation and insomnia. Ketamine addiction can be treated and drug rehab centers are available throughout the United States to help.

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