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Ketamine Addiction

Ketamine is a tranquilizer (dissociative anaesthetic) that has effects resembling that of dextromethorphan (DXM), PCP, and other hallucinogens and dissociative drugs. Today, this drug is still widely used in hospitals and even in veterinary medicine as a strong anaesthetic. A legally controlled substance, Ketamine enjoys great recreational popularity as a potent hallucinogen, making it a very common club drug, supplies of which are often stolen from various legal sources like hospitals, manufactures, veterinary clinics, and elsewhere supply is rich. Ketamine addiction is common in different parts of the world including the United States, Australia, Asia, and Europe.

Ketamine causes hallucinogenic reactions like out of body experiences, euphoria, hallucinations, as well as other effects like numbness and depression. Ketamine can be introduced to the body by inhaling or injecting, but it is more commonly consumed in tablet or liquid form. This water soluble substance is tasteless and colourless, and higher doses are said to take users into a different kind of euphoria, where you get to experience other dimensions and indescribable worlds.  Some extreme experiences have been described as near-death experiences (also known as the k-hole experience) where the user becomes completely oblivious to his or her own identity and the real world, while losing perception of time. Ketamine 'trips' only last an hour (when injected or snorted) to a couple of hours (when ingested), but the after effects of the drug are often slow to wear off.

Ketamine addiction, just like any other substance addiction can be hard to control. It doesn't matter if you are fighting a psychological or physical addiction—you definitely need to know how to overcome such dependency. Treatment for ketamine dependency goes like that of similar types of hallucinogens. When you are addicted ketamine, chances are you are depressed or have an altered perception of reality and accepting this is the first step to recovery, followed by asking someone for help. Continued abuse of this substance can cause serious side effects like memory loss and worse, permanent brain damage. Death is also a present danger if you consistently abuse this drug.

The one-hour 'trip' that ketamine induces isn't worth getting brain damage for. Prevent permanent memory loss and irreversible brain damage by early intervention, rehab and treatment. Here at One40 you have a choice of highly flexible treatments designed to address your or your loved one's specific needs. We have treatment centres all over the UK, bringing you access to high-quality care, wherever you may be.