Treatment for Sizzurp Abuse
Don’t Suffer Any Longer
Known by many other names such as “purple drank” or “lean”, sizzurp is the street name for dextromethorphan, a common cough suppressant in many over-the-counter medicines that is also an incredibly potent psychoactive drug. It is often overlooked in the midst of the opioid crisis, but make no mistake—sizzurp is a dangerous, life-threatening drug and takes more and more lives every year. RU Encore is equipped and ready to help you get past sizzurp addiction and start a new life. Call us today at 844-25-MUSIC.
Indications of Sizzurp Addiction
Monitoring the Potential for Abuse
Since being approved by the FDA in 1958 as an antitussive, sizzurp began to develop a rapid and steady increase in popularity as a recreational drug. In the 90’s, it exploded in popularity due to its association with crunk music at the time. It acts as a dissociative hallucinogenic similar to ketamine or phencyclidine, making it popular both as a club drug or use in isolation. It causes visual and auditory distortions, distorted bodily perception, excitement, or a disrupted sense of time. Some of the signs of sizzurp abuse include:
- Body rash and itching
- Nausea and vomiting
- Spikes of aggression
- Constipation or diarrhea
- Jittering or trembling
- Excessively nervous
These conditions could be signs of serious medical problems. If you or a loved one are experiencing these or any other symptoms, please contact your physician immediately and start getting the help you need.