Meth addiction can be powerful, especially when it comes to withdrawal effects. Most people who have used it will experience anything from nausea and vomiting to hallucinations or seizures. The majority of meth withdrawal symptoms are merely uncomfortable.
However, a desire for the drug remains after a person has detoxed for many. The compulsion to get high is often a driving force for relapse in people who used meth. However, new hope has arrived to help alleviate those symptoms through medication-assisted treatment. (MAT)
What is MAT?
Medication-assisted treatment is a description of prescription drugs that can be used alongside talk therapy or treatment to help people who have physical cravings for a drug. For years, medical professionals have looked for treatment to help people get and stay sober from methamphetamine to no avail. However, it seems like there is some …