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Club drugs are used quite a bit by teenagers and young adults, mostly at clubs and parties and include Ectasy, GHB and Rohypnol (date rape drugs), Retamine (an anesthetic), meth and LSD.

Generally man-made, club drugs have a variety of strengths and risks. Bath salts have recently made the list and can be fatal. Parents must take a stand for their child when they spot symptoms of drug use and be proactive in seeking help.

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Club Drugs Addiction Treatment

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Club drugs are used by teens and young adults involved in partying. Club drugs are rarely used once or twice. Because of their addictive nature, using these substances accelerates to club drugs addiction quickly and easily.

Club Drugs include drugs such as:

• MDMA (Ecstasy) also known as called “Adam,” “ecstasy,” or “XTC”. Ecstasy is a mind altering drug which causes permanent damage to parts of the brain involved in thought and memory. It also damages neurotransmitters involved in motor control.

• GHB also known as Gamma-hydroxybutyric acid. It is a schedule I drug, which means anyone with possession of the drug faces a prison sentence of up to 20 years. GHB is known as the date rape drug because it is odorless and colorless. It is easily mixed in an unsuspecting person’s drink.

• Rohypnol is used as a date rape drug. It can be fatal when mixed with alcohol or anti-depressants. It is known as “roach” or “roofies”. It is not legally available in the U.S.

• Ketamine began as a human anesthetic because it was a fast-acting anesthetic with few side effects. However, it was discovered that patients suffered from depression long after the effects of the drug were gone and was removed from the market as a human anesthetic. It is currently in use as a veterinarian anesthetic, and this is where most “Special K,” as the drug is known, is obtained.

• Methamphetamine is a prescription drug which is crushed to allow for quick absorption. The drug is then snorted or injected to get the maximum rush.

• LSD is colorless, odorless, slightly bitter drug taken by mouth. It is also known as acid. It produces delusions and hallucenations.

Club Drugs are man-made, unlike marijuana and opoids, and therefore have varying strength, contamination and safety issues. Club drugs addictions to these drugs require club drugs addiction treatment at the first sign of use.

Effects of Club Drugs

Club drugs get their name from the fact that they are most commonly used to deepen the rave or trance experience which takes place in clubs and at “raves.” Raves are parties which are held in unlikely places, such as abandoned buildings, warehouses, rural barns and other areas which are not commonly used. Using club drugs and strobe lighting to heighten the sensory experience of the rave is the purpose of these parties. These parties are usually announced at the last minute so the likelihood of police involvement is lessened.

One-time use of club drugs can have devastating effects, such as unwanted sexual encounters, memory loss for the event, brain damage, lung problems, stroke, heart attack, blood clots and other events which can lead to lowered self-esteem, suicidal thought and even sudden death. Repeated use increases the likelihood of these events becoming life-threatening events. Club drugs addiction is a life-threatening event. Luckily, club drugs addiction treatment is available and club drugs addiction recovery is possible.

Club Drugs Addiction Recovery

Club drugs act as any drug which leads to addiction. It begins with the cycle of craving, which gives way to use and then, after the crash, remorse. Because many of the club drugs have suicidal thoughts and actions as side effects, adding the self-loathing involved in addictive behavior makes users all the more likely to act on suicidal thoughts. Club drug addiction treatment must be sought immediately upon discovery of use. Friends and family who have these addictions are on a serious, downhill path which will lead to death if not treated with club drugs addiction treatment programs.

Over time, tolerance to the drug of choice builds. It takes more to chase the previous ‘high’ and drug use increases. This use is devastating both physically and mentally, because the pleasure-producing portion of the brain is damaged and with long-term use, these drugs can cause permanent brain damage. Users forget about who and what used to be important to them. Obtaining drugs and the next high becomes the drug users’ sole focus in life.

Bath Salt Use

Recently, Bath Salt abuse has swept into the public eye. Tragic headlines bring the horror that the use of this relatively new drug has wrought on our society. There is a lot of confusion as to what Bath Salts are and how they affect the user. It is apparent that Bath Salts are dangerous and law enforcement and lawmakers are rushing to regulate and legislate this horrific drug and its use.

Know by a variety of innocent sounding names such as Arctic Blast to Bliss to Mystic to Zoom, Bath Salt usage has exploded, causing a spike in calls to poison control centers and law enforcement.

Because of the threat to public safety, the DEA has instituted a ban on the possession and sale of three of the chemicals commonly used to make bath salts. Restrictions on these chemicals began last year. The ban will be effect while legislation is being formulated to prevent the re-emergence of these dangerous and deadly drugs.

Most Bath Salts are created using the synthetic stimulatant MDPV, or methylenedioxypyrovalerone. Newer knock-offs and twists to the original formula appear regularly, created by street chemists who “tweak” the formulations of the drugs to stay a step ahead of the law. The street chemists and the products they create are dangerous to themselves and their users.

Street chemists are not trained properly and often only know what they are doing based on word of mouth information provided by another drug dealer. Drug dealers are often high when cooking the drugs they sell, and the well being of the customers are not high on their list of priorities. Street chemists have no problem adding fillers if it increases profit. Chemicals are added to batches of drugs which could be damaging or deadly.

The name, Bath Salts, has created confusion for many, which was probably the intention. But these drugs are absolutely not intended for a relaxing soak in the tub. The packaging and labeling was created specifically to allow these items to be legally sold across the country and it worked for quite a while.

When someone uses bath salts, either by snorting, smoking or mixing with other drugs, they can experience agitation, rise in blood pressure, paranoia, hallucinations, chest pain, rapid pulse, suicidal thoughts (which may last for days after the drug wears off) and actions, and, as has been reported in the media, an almost superhuman strength. Currently, there is no drug test for Bath Salts.

Though laws and restrictions are changing daily, until very recently Bath Salts were sold at gas stations, convenience stores and other “easy access” locations. States are rapidly banning these compounds.

Club Drug Addiction Treatment

Parents of teens or young adults who are thought to be involved in club drugs addiction are often overcome with guilt. This guilt often stops parents from intervening in their child’s addiction. Parents should not feel guilty because children use drugs. As children grow, they are responsible for their own choices. No matter what kind of parent you were when your child was younger, you have to stand up and find a club drug addiction treatment program that will give your child a chance at life.

Treatment is not always successful, but with love and support there is a great chance for club drugs addiction recovery.

(855) 484-3827

“When my son was in high school, he was a fun loving, happy boy with lots of friends. Little did I know that these friends were ‘experimenting’ with things like bath salts and other party drugs.

When my son started acting differently, I knew something was going on, thats when I decided to call TAP. Their knowledgeable counselors knew exactly what my son, and myself, were going through.

They were able to find the perfect treatment center for his needs and he has now been drug free and is about to graduate college; as an addiction counselor.”JB, KALISPELL, MT

Club Drugs Addiction Treatment

Our Club Drugs Addiction Treatment Action Plan

Club drugs are used by teens and young adults involved in partying. Club drugs are rarely used once or twice. Because of their addictive nature, using these substances accelerates to club drugs addiction quickly and easily.

Club Drugs are man-made, unlike marijuana and opoids, and therefore have varying strength, contamination and safety issues. Club drugs addictions to these drugs require club drugs addiction treatment at the first sign of use.

• MDMA (Ecstasy) also known as called “Adam,” “ecstasy,” or “XTC”. Ecstasy is a mind altering drug which causes permanent damage to parts of the brain involved in thought and memory. It also damages neurotransmitters involved in motor control.

• GHB also known as Gamma-hydroxybutyric acid. It is a schedule I drug, which means anyone with possession of the drug faces a prison sentence of up to 20 years. GHB is known as the date rape drug because it is odorless and colorless. It is easily mixed in an unsuspecting person’s drink.

• Rohypnol is used as a date rape drug. It can be fatal when mixed with alcohol or anti-depressants. It is known as “roach” or “roofies”. It is not legally available in the U.S.

• Ketamine began as a human anesthetic because it was a fast-acting anesthetic with few side effects. However, it was discovered that patients suffered from depression long after the effects of the drug were gone and was removed from the market as a human anesthetic. It is currently in use as a veterinarian anesthetic, and this is where most “Special K,” as the drug is known, is obtained.

• Methamphetamine is a prescription drug which is crushed to allow for quick absorption. The drug is then snorted or injected to get the maximum rush.

• LSD is colorless, odorless, slightly bitter drug taken by mouth. It is also known as acid. It produces delusions and hallucenations.

Club drugs get their name from the fact that they are most commonly used to deepen the rave or trance experience which takes place in clubs and at “raves.” Raves are parties which are held in unlikely places, such as abandoned buildings, warehouses, rural barns and other areas which are not commonly used. Using club drugs and strobe lighting to heighten the sensory experience of the rave is the purpose of these parties. These parties are usually announced at the last minute so the likelihood of police involvement is lessened.

One-time use of club drugs can have devastating effects, such as unwanted sexual encounters, memory loss for the event, brain damage, lung problems, stroke, heart attack, blood clots and other events which can lead to lowered self-esteem, suicidal thought and even sudden death. Repeated use increases the likelihood of these events becoming life-threatening events. Club drugs addiction is a life-threatening event. Luckily, club drugs addiction treatment is available and club drugs addiction recovery is possible.

Club drugs act as any drug which leads to addiction. It begins with the cycle of craving, which gives way to use and then, after the crash, remorse. Because many of the club drugs have suicidal thoughts and actions as side effects, adding the self-loathing involved in addictive behavior makes users all the more likely to act on suicidal thoughts. Club drug addiction treatment must be sought immediately upon discovery of use. Friends and family who have these addictions are on a serious, downhill path which will lead to death if not treated with club drugs addiction treatment programs.

Over time, tolerance to the drug of choice builds. It takes more to chase the previous ‘high’ and drug use increases. This use is devastating both physically and mentally, because the pleasure-producing portion of the brain is damaged and with long-term use, these drugs can cause permanent brain damage. Users forget about who and what used to be important to them. Obtaining drugs and the next high becomes the drug users’ sole focus in life.

Recently, Bath Salt abuse has swept into the public eye. Tragic headlines bring the horror that the use of this relatively new drug has wrought on our society. There is a lot of confusion as to what Bath Salts are and how they affect the user. It is apparent that Bath Salts are dangerous and law enforcement and lawmakers are rushing to regulate and legislate this horrific drug and its use.

Know by a variety of innocent sounding names such as Arctic Blast to Bliss to Mystic to Zoom, Bath Salt usage has exploded, causing a spike in calls to poison control centers and law enforcement.

Because of the threat to public safety, the DEA has instituted a ban on the possession and sale of three of the chemicals commonly used to make bath salts. Restrictions on these chemicals began last year. The ban will be effect while legislation is being formulated to prevent the re-emergence of these dangerous and deadly drugs.

Most Bath Salts are created using the synthetic stimulatant MDPV, or methylenedioxypyrovalerone. Newer knock-offs and twists to the original formula appear regularly, created by street chemists who “tweak” the formulations of the drugs to stay a step ahead of the law. The street chemists and the products they create are dangerous to themselves and their users.

Street chemists are not trained properly and often only know what they are doing based on word of mouth information provided by another drug dealer. Drug dealers are often high when cooking the drugs they sell, and the well being of the customers are not high on their list of priorities. Street chemists have no problem adding fillers if it increases profit. Chemicals are added to batches of drugs which could be damaging or deadly.

The name, Bath Salts, has created confusion for many, which was probably the intention. But these drugs are absolutely not intended for a relaxing soak in the tub. The packaging and labeling was created specifically to allow these items to be legally sold across the country and it worked for quite a while.

When someone uses bath salts, either by snorting, smoking or mixing with other drugs, they can experience agitation, rise in blood pressure, paranoia, hallucinations, chest pain, rapid pulse, suicidal thoughts (which may last for days after the drug wears off) and actions, and, as has been reported in the media, an almost superhuman strength. Currently, there is no drug test for Bath Salts.

Though laws and restrictions are changing daily, until very recently Bath Salts were sold at gas stations, convenience stores and other “easy access” locations. States are rapidly banning these compounds.

Parents of teens or young adults who are thought to be involved in club drugs addiction are often overcome with guilt. This guilt often stops parents from intervening in their child’s addiction. Parents should not feel guilty because children use drugs. As children grow, they are responsible for their own choices. No matter what kind of parent you were when your child was younger, you have to stand up and find a club drug addiction treatment program that will give your child a chance at life.

Treatment is not always successful, but with love and support there is a great chance for club drugs addiction recovery.

Call Now
(855) 484-3827

“When my son was in high school, he was a fun loving, happy boy with lots of friends. Little did I know that these friends were ‘experimenting’ with things like bath salts and other party drugs.

When my son started acting differently, I knew something was going on, thats when I decided to call TAP. Their knowledgeable counselors knew exactly what my son, and myself, were going through.

They were able to find the perfect treatment center for his needs and he has now been drug free and is about to graduate college; as an addiction counselor.”JB, KALISPELL, MT

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