Methamphetamine “Meth”, can be injected, snorted, or smoked, and is a highly addictive drug that affects the brain and central nervous system. It releases a quick high when injected or smoked but as dopamine levels in the brain are taxed, the user needs more and more to just feel “normal”. When methamphetamine is injected or smoked it immediately produces an intensely pleasurable sensation known as a “rush” or a “flash.” It does so by releasing high levels of dopamine in the brain. The long-term use of methamphetamine creates effects similar to Alzheimer’s disease and pre-mature brain degeneration. The brain damage remains for months even years after the user stops using.
Our protocols will ease the withdrawal symptoms of Meth and begin the long-termed process of brain restoration and recovery. It’s about Release/Recover/Restore ™