Adderall Addiction Treatment Center

Sacramento Adderall Drug Rehab Center

SequoiaMD specializes in providing comprehensive addiction treatment tailored specifically for individuals grappling with Adderall addiction. Our dedicated team is equipped to address the unique challenges associated with Adderall dependence that may arise during its use for ADHD. Additionally, we offer alternative, non-addictive ADHD medications to ensure effective management of ADHD symptoms while minimizing the risk of addiction. Our goal is to provide personalized care that supports individuals in overcoming Adderall-related challenges and promotes their overall well-being.

Our dedicated team of the best doctors in Sacramento are here to guide patients through a personalized journey toward recovery.

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Recovery is a process - not an outcome - and each individual’s recovery is different. Whether you you are looking to stop the cycle of using, continue to relapse despite your best efforts, or just curious about recovery, recovery is what it means to move forward.

Medications

There are three principal medications that are used to treat opiate dependence: buprenorphine (Suboxone), methadone, and naltrexone (Vivitrol). While we do not provide methadone, we do offer treatment with all other medications to treat opiate addiction. There are also a range of medications that help with other addictions, such as alcohol and benzodiazepines.

Signs of Adderall Addiction

According to the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), stimulant use disorder is characterized by a pattern of drug misuse that causes an impairment in daily functioning. Additionally, at least two other symptoms would occur within the same year:

  • Using Adderall in larger doses or for an extended period than intended.
  • Persistent Adderall use despite thoughts of ending use.
  • Spending excessive time trying to obtain, use, or recover from Adderall use.
  • Adderall use resulting in being unable to meet obligations at school, home, or work.
  • Continued drug use despite negative effects on relationships.
  • Self-isolation or a sudden disinterest in social activities or hobbies.
  • Continued Adderall use despite the awareness of likely physical or psychological problems (this doesn’t apply if the stimulant is used as prescribed by a physician).
  • Tolerance, or a need for increased amounts of Adderall to achieve the desired effect, or a markedly diminished effect with continued use of the same amount (this criterion doesn’t apply if the stimulant is used as prescribed by a physician).
  • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms or using the substance to relieve or avoid withdrawal symptoms (this doesn’t apply if the stimulant is used as prescribed by a physician).

Distinguishing Adderall Addiction from Adderall Dependence

According to a research report from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, regular use of a drug can lead to physiological dependence due to the body’s adaptation. When someone is dependent on a drug, reducing the dosage or discontinuing use can result in withdrawal symptoms.

In contrast, addiction, while potentially involving dependence, encompasses compulsive drug-seeking behavior that significantly impairs a person’s normal daily functioning, whether at work, school, or home. Dependence often coincides with tolerance, wherein higher doses of the drug are required to achieve the same previous effects.

Stopping using feels great. However, moving away from drug use you have used every day for months or years is a big change.

Are There Non-Stimulant Adderall Alternatives?

Non-stimulant ADHD medications offer an alternative to stimulant medications and can be beneficial for individuals who either do not respond well to stimulants or experience intolerable side effects. Here are some potential benefits of non-stimulant ADHD medications:

  • Fewer Side Effects: Non-stimulant ADHD medications generally have a different and more mild set of side effects compared to stimulant medications.
  • Longer-Lasting Effects: While stimulant medications often have a relatively short duration of action, some non-stimulant medications provide extended relief, allowing for once-daily dosing.
  • Reduced Risk of Abuse: Non-stimulant medications are not associated with the same risk of abuse or dependence as stimulant medications, making them better alternatives for individuals with a history of substance abuse or those at risk for developing substance use disorders.
  • Treatment for Comorbid Conditions: Non-stimulant medications may be beneficial for individuals with ADHD who have co-occurring conditions, such as anxiety disorders, where stimulants might exaggerate symptoms.
  • Suitable for Certain Populations: Non-stimulant ADHD medications may be safer for older patients, those with cardiovascular issues, or in any other cases where stimulant medications might pose additional risks.

It’s important to note that individual responses to medications can vary, and the choice between stimulant and non-stimulant medications is often made based on factors such as the individual’s medical history, potential side effects, and the presence of comorbid conditions. Consulting the doctors at SequoiaMD is crucial for determining the most appropriate treatment for a person with ADHD.

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Adderall Addiction Treatment at SequoiaMD

At SequoiaMD, we treat addiction at its source while giving patients the resources and encouragement they require for long-term recovery. Our method includes individual counseling, group therapy sessions, and cognitive-behavioral therapy, among other evidence-based therapies. By enabling our patients to address the root causes of their addiction, we promote personal development and resilience.

Each person’s road to recovery is different. Because of this, our team of skilled medical professionals develops individualized addiction treatment programs based on each patient’s objectives and unique requirements. Using individual counseling, group therapy, and hands-on therapies, we assist patients in developing the essential abilities to conquer addiction and lead satisfying lives.

Our patient’s safety and well-being are our first concerns. Our medical staff carefully monitors each patient’s development to ensure their treatment plan adjusts to suit their requirements.

SequoiaMD is dedicated to offering continuing monitoring and follow-up care. Our caring staff closely monitors each patient’s progress during treatment to make any necessary modifications and prevent relapses. This close attention to detail ensures long-term recovery and promptly addresses emerging health problems. Our treatment plan is customized to each patient’s unique needs, ensuring they receive the support they need to fully recover.

Being sober is a lifelong journey, and at SequoiaMD, we provide our patients with the resources they need to succeed in the long run. Our relapse prevention techniques teach people how to recognize their triggers, deal with their cravings, and strengthen their ability to bounce back from setbacks. Our thorough life skills training programs also address essential topics like stress management, communication skills, and money management. We strengthen our patients’ capacity to stay sober and lead satisfying, drug-free lives by addressing the bigger picture of their lives. Our focus is on helping people live healthy, happy, meaningful lives. We don’t think that can happen when using drugs.

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We are aware of the bravery required to get Adderall addiction treatment. SequoiaMD provides private consultations so people can talk about their issues safely and judgment-free. Our caring group of experts is committed to offering consistent assistance during the healing process. We treat you with genuine care, respect, and understanding as soon as you contact us. Our Sacramento addiction treatment center can help with comprehensive care.

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Sacramento, CA 95819

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