Ketamine is complicated that attracts people because of its otherworldly reputation. The drug has an aesthetic character because it induces what people term ‘an out of body experience. People use it to access parts of their thought processes that are not on the conscious level, which is efficient if you are looking for something to help you face your worst demons.
The problem with using these kinds of stimulants is that you are in danger of even more depression and suicidal thoughts because you do not know how to manage the new realizations hitting you all at the same time. Ketamine’s dissociative quality affects the body by inhibiting physical movement, eye movement, and anything else requiring movement.
The Addictive Quality Of Ketamine
Ketamine will cause addiction and dependence when you use it for a long time. The euphoric feeling becomes addictive when you begin to enjoy the new thoughts and behaviors affecting coming into your new reality. Many people’s bodies and minds become accustomed to smaller amounts and slowly increase them until they reach a lethal or dangerous level that is too toxic and unstable for their lives.
The Accessibility Of Ketamine
Ketamine is most commonly used by people who want to escape their reality, which means they want something that will make them look at things with a completely different perception.
People who abuse ketamine are trying to cope with depressive life situations by stirring feelings of euphoria and thought patterns that do not remind them of the present. Many users will find it at parties, retreats in the wilderness, or away from the city and other off-beat situations of life. Other names used to purchase and refer to the drug include K-hole, K, Kit Kat, Kat Valium, etc.
The most common group of users is between 18 and 35 years old, which is the age group actively looking for means of improving their lives.
Side Effects Of Ketamine Abuse
- Declined concentration
- Skin redness
- Heightened blood pressure
- Low blood pressure
- Bladder pain
- Permanent brain damage
The Detox And Treatment Process
Ketamine detox takes about 2-4 hours for a mild addiction and about half a day for severe cases. The exact timeline will depend on the specific issues in your body and how we administer the detox drugs. Some factors affecting the detox process include:
- Your physical health
- Length of addiction
- Age, weight, and height, among other physical constitutions
- Mental illnesses caused by the addiction, such as depression, psychosis, and visual disturbances
Our addiction treatment center has professionals who administer medical detox to manage and minimize the effects of the detox drugs. The mental support professionals and drug and alcohol rehab resources make it easier for you to accept the transition process to have a smoother long-term recovery.
Long-Term Ketamine Addiction Treatment
Enrolling in detox and treatment centers for short or long-term inpatient treatment will play a massive role in reforming your psychology so that you overcome the psychological issues causing the drug use. We have several educative and counseling opportunities to help prevent relapse and teach you essential life skills.
Contact us to get started with our various substance abuse therapy programs.