Meth Addiction Treatment in Denver, CO

Magnolia Medical Group provides meth addiction treatment programs to help you find freedom and recovery from meth addiction. Call us today!

Meth can wreak havoc in an individual’s life. It undermines their relationships, career, and physical and mental well-being. Moreover, meth addiction makes them neglect their responsibilities and engage in self-destructive behavior.

Despite the profound effects, meth addiction is treatable. Magnolia Medical Group provides medication-assisted treatment and substance abuse counseling services at our outpatient practice in Denver. Read on to learn more about our meth addiction treatment services.

Why is Meth so Addictive?

Meth is a stimulant drug that accelerates dopamine production, a reward neurotransmitter. The dopamine rush gives consumers a short-lived sense of well-being. The individual’s desire to use the substance again grows when the effect wears off.


How Can You Tell Someone Is Using Crystal Meth?

Meth causes significant physical and behavioral changes. Thus, symptoms are one of the surest ways to check if a loved one is using crystal meth. Some signs that might show the possibility of meth addiction are:

Symptoms, Side Effects, and Signs of Meth Addiction

There are many symptoms of meth addiction. One noticeable sign is rapid, unexplained weight loss. This happens because crystal meth suppresses appetite, leading to severe malnutrition. The weight loss comes with other meth addiction symptoms like:

  • Euphoria
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Mood swings
  • Sensitivity to noise
  • Increased heart rate
  • Dry mouth
  • Anxiety
  • Increased itching
  • Wounds on the injection site
  • Rapid eye movement
  • Irritability
  • Tremors

Long-Term Effects of Meth Use and Addiction

Meth addiction has profound long-term health effects. For one, this stimulant can lead to rotting teeth, gum disease, and tooth loss. Dental problems can affect the individual’s appearance and ability to speak or eat. Other long-term effects of using meth include:

  • Cognitive impairment
  • Psychosis and hallucinations
  • Cardiovascular complications
  • Increased risk-taking behaviors
  • Nutritional deficiencies
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Premature aging
  • Liver damage
  • Kidney damage

Types of Meth Addiction Treatment

There are many treatment approaches for meth addiction. Nonetheless, medication proves to be the easiest and most effective. The drugs reduce cravings or cut the severity of withdrawal symptoms. Furthermore, medicines can restore the lost balance of brain chemicals.

At Magnolia Medical Group, we use two treatment approaches; medication-assisted addiction treatment and outpatient addiction treatment. The following overview explains how each treatment works.

Medication-Assisted Addiction Treatment

Mental health experts use various drugs to manage addiction in medication-assisted addiction treatment. The medications aim to reduce cravings or stop patients from using methamphetamine. Some medicines Magnolia Medical Group uses to treat meth addiction include:

  • Buprenorphine: The partial opioid agonist buprenorphine prevents cravings for meth. The partial opioid also helps reduce the severity of withdrawal symptoms.
  • Naltrexone: Naltrexone blocks the pleasurable effects users get after taking methamphetamine. With the lack of pleasure reducing meth cravings, they will hardly want to seek meth.
  • Antabuse: Although prescribed for alcohol addiction, Antabuse can treat meth addiction. The medication treats meth addiction in one way. It causes reactions when taken along with meth. These unpleasant effects deter meth use.

Outpatient Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Outpatient meth addiction treatment lets patients return home after treatment. It is an alternative to inpatient addiction treatment. This treatment option is excellent for people who don’t wish to disrupt their routine.

The patients undertaking treatment can keep up with their family obligations. Nonetheless, outpatient meth treatment may not be appropriate for all patients. In particular, outpatient treatment may not be ideal for individuals with severe addiction. It may also not be suitable for patients with concurrent mental disorders.

Compassionate & Effective Meth Addiction Treatment in Denver

Magnolia Medical Group is Denver’s premier addiction treatment clinic, providing a supportive environment where patients feel safe through their recovery journey. Since all patients are different, we tailor our medication-assisted therapy to individual needs.

Contact us today to discover more about meth addiction and treatment in Denver.

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