GHB addiction can take your loved one away from you. Seek help to the earliest before it gets too late.
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GHB — or gamma-hydroxybutyrate — is a central nervous system depressant that naturally occurs within the body. It has a range of medical applications, but most recently, has been co-opted by party scenes as a powerful gateway to euphoria and increased libido. The substance can be easily abused, and is highly addictive.The Hader Clinic addresses GHB addiction by following a holistic model of GHB addiction treatment.
We begin by addressing the physical symptoms of withdrawal, and move on to treating the psychological, emotional, social, and spiritual consequences of addiction. As a specialist private hospital, we are experts at helping patients through all stages of recovery, from detox and withdrawal, to inpatient rehabilitation, to outpatient services. Each program features specific therapies and costs, giving patients the greatest shot at long term recovery.Our Programs
The signs of GHB abuse, both under the influence and post-use, are quite noticable compared to other substances.
As GHB is a controlled substance used to treat conditions like narcolepsy, any use of it outside of the correct dosage in a medical setting is considered abuse.
GHB is also anomalous because of how widely its effects vary, and how it effects every user differently.
Users will exhibit some or many of the following effects, but often not all.
The true effects of GHB addiction can infiltrate through all facets of life. They are serious, and rarely remain relegated to weekend partying. However, with specialised GHB addiction treatment from The Hader Clinic, they can be addressed.
GHB withdrawals can be difficult for patients who use the substances daily as a sleeping aid, workout supplement, and anti-depressant. GHB withdrawal begins with soaring blood pressure, increased pulse, and panic attacks. After this stage, patients may seem fine and ready for discharge.
In reality, withdrawal progresses over the next few days, leaving patients to experience a mix of symptoms, including:
The Hader Clinic has clinical experience treating GHB withdrawal. As a private hospital, we can administer medication that aids with physical symptoms of withdrawal. Our multidisciplinary team can also help you manage the psychological effects of withdrawal, helping you move on to the next stage of recovery.
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