Meth Addiction in IN
In 2010, 1,176 people were admitted for amphetamine addiction treatment, including meth, in Indiana, according to SAMHSA (Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration). However, because of the high rate of unmet need for treatment (people who display symptoms of addiction but have not gone for treatment for at least a year), there are many more people in Indiana who have not sought treatment for this addiction.
If you are unsure whether a loved one, friend, or acquaintance is suffering from meth addiction, there are several signs to look out for. The first is that people addicted to meth tend to lose a substantial amount of weight and begin to lose teeth or suffer from a range of dental issues. People addicted to meth will suffer extreme anxiety and be subject to panic attacks. They may also begin to suffer lack of sleep and insomnia. Meth addicts are prone to mood swings, veering from one extreme mood to another. Meth addicts may also suffer from paranoid delusions and visual and/or auditory hallucinations. If some or all of these characteristics sound familiar, you should talk to your loved one about treatment. If you have begun taking meth or have been using it for a long period, treatment is recommended. You do not want any of these symptoms to happen to you! Our website has a comprehensive list of Indiana treatment facilities. Call one today to seek advice and talk about treatment options.
Meth Addiction Facilities in IN