Peak concentrations following oral methamphetamine administration are seen in 2-4 hours of dosing. Find out more about meth peak levels and how to recognize meth addiction, here.
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How much does using methamphetamines (meth) cost you compared to the cost of investing in treatment? A snapshot of the cost-benefit analysis this infographic.
Who asks for meth addiction help and who gets treated? In this infographic, you can explore the National trends for meth abuse treatment admissions. Learn more, here.
The average cost of meth rehab is from $7K for 10 weeks of intensive outpatient treatment up to about $20K for inpatient rehab. Ideas on how to reduce costs here.
Rehab doesn’t have to be scary. Here, we review what happens from the moment you check-in until you leave and set up a longer term recovery plan. Learn more about meth rehab here.
Meth withdrawal usually lasts from 1-2 weeks, but it can last upwards of 4 weeks. In some extreme cases, meth withdrawal can last longer. More with a timeline of meth withdrawal here.
Meth withdrawal is not pleasant process, but it can be helped. Read the details on what to expect while withdrawing from meth and how you can help ease symptoms, here.
Meth withdrawal is treated mainly with behavioral therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral and contingency-management interventions. Learn more about what to expect and where to find help during meth withdrawal here.
Can or should you stop using meth cold turkey? No, stopping methamphetamine without any help or formal treatment plan IS NOT ADVISED. More here.
Signs that you’ve started meth withdrawal include fatigue, paranoia, and difficulty concentrating. More on the physical and psychological signs of withdrawal from meth here.