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A residential treatment program means you will be staying in a clinic for anywhere from four to 12 weeks; the typical course of treatment lasts 28 to 30 days. You'll need several changes of clothing, grooming and hygiene products, suitable reading material and a supply of cigarettes, if you use tobacco (it is not recommended that you attempt to quit smoking while attempting to overcome a more serious addiction).
*Amphetamines and Their Long-Term Effects
In the short term, amphetamines can raise your blood pressure and heart rate to dangerous levels as well as cause insomnia. Over the long run, amphetamine abuse can lead to:
In addition, people who become addicted to amphetamines often turn to depressants in order to "come down" - compounding their substance abuse problem.Find Treatment Options in Newark
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There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.