Effective Treatment for Meth/Ice/Yaba Addiction at The Cabin Dubai

Methamphetamine (meth, yaba, ice, crystal) abuse has increased globally more than any other drug over the last ten to 15 years. Its popularity is a bit surprising, considering it is common knowledge that meth is one of the most addictive and physically damaging drugs in the world. Despite this, people continue to experiment with it, and the vast majority quickly become dependent on it. Some clients have reported feeling they crossed the line from experimenting to addiction in as little as four to five episodes.

Meth addiction often co-occurs with prior addiction to other drugs, meaning most people do not begin their illegal or illicit drug use with meth, but once meth becomes their drug of choice, it’s usually used exclusively. Methamphetamine can be snorted, smoked or injected and comes in various forms.  The effects of meth are similar to other amphetamines such as cocaine, but the high is rapid and intense.  The effects of meth can last from three to six hours after ingestion, and as the high fades, intense cravings to use again are experienced.  Because the high of meth is so alluring, the baseline feelings (your normal state) seem unpleasant by comparison and remaining high seems to be the only tolerable alternative.

If you have started experimenting with meth, or are concerned that someone you care about has been using it, it’s important that you get help as soon as possible.

Our Innovative Ice Addiction Treatment Approach

The Cabin uses a customised therapy programme based on abstinence goals and cognitive-behavioural techniques in the treatment of meth (or multiple substance) addiction.  Both individual and group counselling is recommended and treatment on an outpatient basis generally takes six to eight weeks.

Please note: if you prefer, we offer Telehealth services, allowing you to receive treatment from the comfort and privacy of your own home.

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