Premier Adderall Addiction Detox Center in Texas

Starlite Recovery Center in Texas helps individuals struggling with Adderall addiction build a strong foundation for long-term recovery. The expert & caring staff at Starlite will help you or your loved one smoothly transition from detoxification to our residential rehab center.

About Adderall Abuse Recovery

Learn about Adderall abuse treatment at Starlite Recovery Center

Adderall is the brand name of an amphetamine-based medication that is commonly used to treat symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy.

This stimulant prescription medication is comprised of two amphetamines: dextroamphetamine and levoamphetamine. When Adderall is consumed, an individual will experience an increase in focus, wakefulness, and improved mood. These effects have proven to be highly beneficial for those who require them, but also extremely attractive to those who want to achieve a recreational high.

Amphetamines are often used for recreational and/or self-medication purposes, which can be very dangerous. Not only can an individual become addicted to an amphetamine like Adderall, but he or she can also experience a wide range of additional negative effects as a result of that substance use.

Clinically referred to as stimulant use disorder, Adderall addiction occurs when an individual’s body becomes dependent on this substance. When an individual has become addicted to Adderall, he or she might not be able to control the amount and/or frequency of his or her use, which can trigger an onset of painful symptoms when unable to obtain and use this substance.

If an individual wants to receive treatment for Adderall addiction, he or she must not be using this substance. However, stopping use can be extremely difficult.

What Happens During Withdrawal

What happens during Adderall withdrawal

When someone becomes addicted to Adderall and then tries to stop using the drug, the lack of this substance in his or her system can cause many upsetting symptoms. This experience, known as withdrawal, can occur quickly after one’s last use of Adderall.

While symptoms depend on the nature and severity of one’s Adderall addiction, he or she might experience some or all of the symptoms of withdrawal listed below:

  • Sleep disruptions
  • Vivid unpleasant dreams
  • Strong cravings for Adderall
  • Psychomotor agitation
  • Extreme fatigue
  • Dysphoria (inability to experience pleasure)
  • Depression

For many Adderall users, these symptoms can be extremely disruptive to their everyday lives. Knowing that this distress can be alleviated by using again, individuals who are trying to overcome an addiction to Adderall may feel forced back into using the drug.

Multiple failed attempts to stop using Adderall can contribute to feelings of shame and guilt, which can push people even deeper into a dangerous downward spiral of Adderall abuse.

Thankfully, you do not have to endure Adderall withdrawal alone. With effective professional treatment, you can rid your body of this dangerous drug in a comfortable and safe environment.

Our Detox Services

Detoxification for Adderall addiction at Starlite Recovery Center

Detoxification, or detox, is a medically supervised process during which Adderall or other substances are cleared from a person’s system. During detox, individuals benefit from the close supervision of experienced professionals who can protect their safety and minimize discomfort.

One of the biggest risks of trying to withdraw from Adderall on one’s own is that it can be tempting and easy to access this substance again. When a patient completes detox at Starlite Recovery Center, he or she will be prevented from immediate relapse.

The detox professionals at Starlite Recovery Center can also provide medical and therapeutic support to help minimize distress and encourage a productive, successful withdrawal process. As an individual begins to get back to good physical and mental strength, he or she will be able to participate in a larger role within his or her recovery, including engaging in individual and group therapy.

Treatment supplied through detox is individualized based on each patient’s needs. As soon as an individual starts detox for Adderall addiction, the main goal of our treatment process is to ensure that he or she receives the care that is best suited to his or her needs so that long-term success can be achieved.

Long-Term Benefits of Detox

Long-term benefits of detox for Adderall addiction

Security and safety are the two most significant short-term advantages of completing detox for Adderall addiction at Starlite Recovery Center. Those who finish our detox program can also achieve several long-term benefits, including the following:

  • The sense of accomplishment and pride that comes with completing detox can continue to propel an individual to remain focused on additional treatment, which can launch a lifetime of good health and happiness.
  • Detox allows for personal healing and growth. As one’s mind and body begin to recover from the damage of Adderall addiction, he or she can start to appreciate a strong body and mind. This will be critical in helping to establish healthy habits in order to maintain long-term recovery.
  • While in detox, an individual can make invaluable connections within the recovery community, which can help him or her continue to feel supported and encouraged.
  • When detox is completed, an individual can transition into more focused care, such as through an inpatient or outpatient program, without having to leave Starlite Recovery Center. This ensures continuity of care.

To learn more about Adderall detox, other treatments for Adderall addiction, or any other parts of our programming, please reach out to Starlite Recovery Center right now. We look forward to answering all of your questions and helping you start your journey to recovery.

When I was a college student, getting adderall was easy. However, my abuse got to the point where my body was reliant on it. That was when I decided it was enough and admitted myself to Starlite Recovery Center. Thanks to the staff at Starlite, I was able to get my college career back together!

– Jeffrey F.