Meaningful Treatment for Ketamine Addiction

Put Down Ketamine Today

As with all other club drugs and hallucinogens, ketamine has a reputation for being a relatively innocent, fun drug that we take at parties or concerts to enhance the mood a little bit. There couldn’t be anything wrong with that, right? For us, the people who can’t force ourselves to stop abusing ketamine, the reality is right in front of us. Day in and day out we take more and more of the drug, in the hopes of staying in our “K-hole”, a term used to describe the trance-like state of being under the influence of ketamine. Indeed, ketamine addiction has taken everything from us and we feel like we have nowhere to turn.

If this is you, RU Encore can help. Call us today to get in touch with one of our addiction specialists.

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What is Ketamine Addiction

The Important Facts You Need to Know

Commonly referred to as “K” or “Special K”, ketamine was first discovered in 1962 and has been used in a large number of medical capacities, including pain management, sedation, and treating depression. The side effects of ketamine abuse have attracted a large following of users to the drug as it causes the users to have spikes in pleasurable sensations and hallucinations, making it a prime candidate for use as a club drug. This comes with serious consequences, as using the drug at these high of doses this regularly leads to full blown Ketamine addiction. Some of the more obvious signs of Ketamine abuse are:

  • Itching Sensation
  • Psychosis or Neurosis
  • Visual and Auditory Hallucinations
  • Loss of Grip with Reality
  • Feelings of Extreme Paranoia
  • Problems with Coordination
  • Memory Loss
  • Distorted Perception of Time
  • Anxiety

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.