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Are you or a loved one living and suffering with a ketamine addiction?

At our private ketamine rehab centre, our team of recovery experts is dedicated to delivering highly effective and comprehensive ketamine addiction treatment to help you get on the road to recovery.

We know and understand that addiction can be different for each individual which is why we provide bespoke ketamine addiction treatment that is tailored to the individual’s unique set of circumstances and needs.

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What is the Best Treatment for Ketamine Addiction?

Ketamine Detox

Before ketamine addiction treatment can begin, you must first undergo detoxification, a process which involves the safe removal of the drug from the body under the supervision of medical professionals.

This helps to manage the uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms in a safe environment with round-the-clock support, without which, many individuals relapse.

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Ketamine Rehab Programme

Many people believe that once they have removed the ketamine from their system that they will be able to stay sober and lead a drug free life, however, addiction is a psychological disease that often has a root cause that first needs to be addressed.

In order to combat a ketamine addiction and prevent relapse, it is absolutely essential to identify and treat the root of the addiction through psychotherapy such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and the 12 steps and other treatment options such as group therapy.

At our private ketamine rehab centre, we work with individuals to help them cope with whatever it is that may be fuelling their addiction and provide them with skills to avoid relapsing in the future following their treatment.

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Why Choose Private Residential Ketamine Rehab?

In the UK, individuals abusing ketamine can get free access to services provided by the National Health Service (NHS), however, with limited funding and resources, they are unable to meet the needs of all those seeking help. 

This means many do not qualify for residential treatment on the NHS and those who do tend to have long waiting times before getting the help they need.

This is just one reason why many choose private residential rehab treatment instead.

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The Most Effective Treatment for Ketamine Dependence

The NHS’ National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse UK conducted a study in 2012 that looked at the success rates of every private rehab clinic across the UK.

The study found that the best performing facilities had incredibly high success rates, with 60% to 80% of individuals who received residential rehab treatment staying abstinent for at least five years following completion of the programme. 

The best private residential rehab clinics saw success rates that were many times better than those achieved through NHS and community-based services.
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Long Term Recovery from Ketamine Addiction

This means you stand a much better chance of achieving abstinence after five years by undergoing treatment at a private ketamine rehab. 

Over the years, rehab experts have affirmed, repeatedly, that residential treatment at a private clinic works better than any other treatment option. 

Benefits of Ketamine Rehab

Greater Chance of a Sustainable Recovery

Overcoming ketamine addiction can be a difficult task, but ketamine rehab offers the necessary support and resources to help individuals break free from the cycle and develop new, healthier ways of coping to prevent relapse.

Improved Mental Health

Ketamine addiction treatment focuses on identifying and treating the underlying causes of substance abuse, leading to enhanced mental well-being and a reduction in symptoms associated with anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions through the use of specialised tools and skills.

Better Physical Health 

Long-term ketamine abuse can cause physical harm, including liver & bladder damage and cardiovascular problems.

Ketamine rehab can assist individuals in restoring their physical health and avoiding further harm, while also educating them on the significance of a nutritious diet, adequate sleep, and regular exercise in maintaining overall wellness of both the mind and body.

Coping Skills

Ketamine rehab offers individuals the chance to acquire new methods of handling stress, anxiety and other triggers in a healthy manner.

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Rebuild Relationships

Ketamine addiction, much like any other drug addiction, can harm an individual's relationships and result in feelings of isolation and guilt, which can worsen the addiction. Ketamine rehab provides support not only to the individual struggling with addiction but also to their family, helping to rebuild trust and strengthen relationships.

Ketamine Addiction Rehab FAQs

What is a Ketamine Addiction?

Ketamine addiction is a term used to describe when an individual is unable to manage their use of the drug, despite any negative consequences they may have to deal with as a result.

The short-term effects of ketamine include:

  • A fast acting high that can last for up to two hours

  • Feelings of euphoria and relaxation

  • Becoming detached from reality

  • Pain reduction

This is why so many people are first attracted to the drug, however, over time, the individual starts to build a tolerance to ketamine and must use more of it in order to feel the same high they once did. 

This means they can end up taking incredibly high amounts more frequently which can lead to an overdose, especially when mixed with alcohol and other substances.

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What Causes Ketamine Addiction?

A ketamine addiction develops when a person abuses it for a long period of time in order to cope with something such as a mental health disorder like depression or anxiety, stress or an external factor such as a job loss.

Once the individual starts to rely on the drug in order to cope with getting through the day, they may find it incredibly difficult to stop. 

They may also become physically dependent on ketamine and experience unpleasant withdrawal symptoms if they attempt to stop using it or reduce the amount they use.

What are Ketamine Withdrawal Symptoms?

There are a number of both physical and psychological symptoms associated with ketamine withdrawal. These include:

  • Agitation

  • Confusion

  • Psychosis

  • Loss of motor skills

  • Nausea 

  • Vomiting

  • Rage

  • Difficulty breathing

  • Insomnia

  • Shakes

  • Fatigue

  • Hearing loss

These withdrawal symptoms can be incredibly difficult and even dangerous to try and manage on your own and can often lead to a relapse.

That’s why it is recommended to undergo a detox ketamine addiction treatment under the supervision of a professional who can facilitate the safe removal of the drug from your body and help you to manage withdrawal symptoms.

When to Seek Treatment for a Ketamine Addiction

Before starting the ketamine addiction treatment process, the individual must first recognise their addiction and want to stop using ketamine. 

Sometimes, someone may acknowledge their problem on their own, while other times it may be necessary for friends or family members to stage an intervention.

Signs and Symptoms of Ketamine Addiction to look out for:

  • Frequent mood swings

  • Delusions

  • Prioritising ketamine above everything else including work and familial responsibilities

  • Denial of using the drug

  • Poor performance at school or work

  • Lack of interest in things they once enjoyed

  • Unable to stop using it, even when they try

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Overcome Your Ketamine Addiction with the Help of Compassionate Professionals

Seeking treatment for help is the very first step to recovery. Get in touch for a confidential assessment with our compassionate team of professionals today to discuss how ketamine rehab can help you on the road to recovery.

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