Recover from Ecstasy Addiction at Recovery Mountain in New Hampshire
MDMA, or methylenedioxymethamphetamine, is an addictive synthetic drug that alters mood and perception. Chemically similar to various hallucinogens and stimulants, such as opiates, MDMA produces feelings of increased or intense pleasure, energy, emotional warmth, and distorted time and sensory perception.
Ecstasy is a club drug, typically taken in nightclubs and music festivals. However, MDMA or Molly has been shown to do considerable neurological damage.
If you or a loved one is addicted to ecstasy, our MDMA addiction wellness center in New Hampshire can help!
What is Ecstasy?
MDMA is commonly known as Ecstasy, Molly, or X. Molly is usually considered to be a “pure” crystalline powdered form of MDMA. Ecstasy has been the star of the party scene for more than 30 years, replacing other psychedelics, such as LSD, as a popular club drug. It is usually ingested in a capsule or tablet, swallowed in liquid form, or even snorted.
Ecstasy or MDMA addiction is a substance use disorder. It is characterized by a heavy dependence on MDMA. Ecstasy is a powerful synthetic, psychoactive drug with hallucinogenic and stimulant effects. Ecstasy addiction may develop after just one use, and the drug effects can be felt for up to six hours.
Get the Help and Support You Need at Recovery Mountain
At Recovery Mountain, our team takes a holistic approach to treating MDMA addiction. Our team wants to dig into and understand the needs of our clients to get to the main cause of their ecstasy addiction. Recovery Mountain strives to create customized plans for our clients. No two patients are the same, and we create plans around their individual and unique needs.
Some of the common drug wellness programs that Recovery Mountain offers include:
- Residential addiction wellness
- Dual diagnosis wellness
- Long-term care
- Holistic and behavioral therapies
Get the Help and wellness you Deserve Today
Whether you notice signs of ecstasy addiction and abuse in a loved one or yourself, remember that help is only a phone call away. Contact Recovery Mountain at 603-528-7600 or connect with us online to take the first step. Our professional and courteous medical staff is ready and willing to help.