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MDMA (Ecstasy) Addiction Treatment

MDMA (Ecstasy) Addiction Treatment

Ecstasy Addiction Treatment at Passages Ventura Rehab Center

At Passages Ventura, we treat ecstasy addiction and provide a fully supervised detox. With our intensive treatment program, unique therapeutic methods and exceptional addiction treatment philosophy, we can help you put an end to ecstasy abuse once and for all.

As a part of the private Passages Ventura rehab group, you will never be labeled or treated as the generic “addict.” Rather, we will seek to treat your ecstasy addiction on an individual basis, taking into consideration your personal history, career pressures, relationship issues, and body chemistry. Pick up the phone and call us to get help with your ecstasy addiction today (888) 926-3424.

Symptoms & Dangers of Ecstasy Addiction

Ecstasy is a man-made psychedelic substance with hallucinogenic properties. Ecstasy's active ingredient, MDMA (Methylenedioxymethamphetamine), acts as a psychoactive stimulant, causing hyperawareness of the senses, heightened empathy, emotional openness, and intense euphoria. Fueled by a release of the neurotransmitters Serotonin and Norepinephrine, ecstasy users experience a rush of energy and happiness, leading to feelings of hyperactivity and emotional connectedness. However, due to the rapid release of Serotonin, ecstasy users experience the weakening of this important neurotransmitter in the days following an ecstasy trip, leading to depression, anxiety and lethargy.

One of the more substantial risks of ecstasy addiction is dehydration, which leads to intense fever, overheating, and possibly death. With ongoing use, ecstasy users can also experience other side effects such as tooth and gum disease, bruxism (teeth grinding), jaw clenching and high blood pressure, as well as transmission of sexually transmitted diseases from lowered inhibition during intoxication. Chronic ecstasy use can also lead to severe depression, anxiety, lethargy, memory loss, and cognitive disturbances.

If you or someone you love is addicted to ecstasy, call now to learn more about our treatment program and philosophy (888) 926-3424.