Dextrostat Addiction Treatment And Rehab
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If someone has ADHD and is taking Dextrostat, the medication improves their mental performance and corrects social behavior, allowing their brain to operate at a normal level. When a person without ADHD takes Dextrostat, it produces a strong psychostimulant effect because their brain is already operating at a normal level. Dextrostat prevents the absorption of certain chemicals in a person’s brain, so long-term use of this substance can make it difficult for their brain to naturally produce these chemicals and can lead to misuse and addiction.
Misuse of Dextrostat often occurs when someone begins taking a higher dosage each time to counteract their tolerance and changing how the drug is administered, like crushing and snorting it to produce a euphoric effect.
- Loss of appetite
- Weight loss
- Dry mouthg
A person can take Dextrostat without becoming addicted. Carefully following the directions from a doctor greatly lowers the risk of addiction. Whether a person is taking Dextrostat for medical purposes or recreationally, a tolerance for the drug is still possible. If someone is addicted to Dextrostat, they might display certain behaviors. These behaviors often include:
- No interest in food, causing severe weight loss and malnutrition
- Mood swings
- Aggressive behavior if Dextrostat is not avalilable
- Constantly seeking Dextrostat
- Decreased interest in hobbies and other aspects of life
- Withdrawal symptoms occur
If you or a loved one is showing signs of Dextrostat misuse and addiction, seeking the help of a medical professional is the safest route for recovery.
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As mentioned, misuse and long-term use of Dextrostat makes it difficult for a person’s brain to naturally secrete neurotransmitters without the presence of the drug. To avoid recurring use and lessen the intensity of withdrawal symptoms, finding a detox program can help a person remain substance-free.
After successful detox, we begin group and individual therapy sessions. Our team also addresses any co-occuring mental health disorders.