- We help you get safely detoxed off drugs like Ecstasy, GHB, Ketamine in a medically supervised, luxury environment
- We offer a range of conventional and holistic therapies to get your recovery on track. Art therapy, massage, equine assisted learning, executive coaching, personal training and counselling are some examples of what we can offer
- Our care is highly personalised & individualised, we only take up to four clients at a time to ensure our friendly staff can offer you the highest quality support possible
It takes courage to reach out for support. Acknowledging that you may have an addiction can feel confronting, but getting appropriate professional support can significantly help your addiction recovery. Club or party drugs can become a significant concern for many users and addiction can affect people from all walks of life. Sydney Detox and Rehab is here to you every step of the way in your recovery journey.
What are club drugs?
Club drugs or party drugs are illicit drugs typically associated with clubbing, raving and party scenes. They are usually in pill or powder form and used to enhance the party experience.
The most prevalent are: Ecstasy (MDMA), ketamine and GHB. Each can cause serious or fatal side effects, including psychosis, seizures, coma and cardiovascular failure.
What is addiction?
Addiction is a complex issue that alters the brain in a variety of ways depending on the drug of choice. Addicts develop a physical dependence on and tolerance to their drug(s) of choice, meaning that they need more and more of the drug to get the same effect and will experience withdrawal symptoms when they try and stop using. Despite negative consequences on health, relationships, finance and work, the addict will continue using.
Signs you may have an issue with Ecstasy, Ketamine or GHB
- Memory impairment and amnesia
- Inability to meet relationship, work and family obligations due to drug use or come down
- Depression and anxiety
- Inability to stop using and craving the drug
- Aggression and irritability
- Muscle tension and jaw lock
- Isolating self from family, friends and colleagues
- Difficulty concentrating
- Slurred speech
- Withdrawal symptoms when drug use is stopped
What is withdrawal?
The body can quickly build up tolerance to & physical dependence on drugs like Ecstasy, Ketamine and GHB. The brain is altered by regular drug use and becomes dependent on the substance. More and more of the drug is needed to get the same effect and when the drug is stopped, the user will experience uncomfortable symptoms, know as withdrawal symptoms.
Withdrawal symptoms are unpleasant and can range from mild to severe. Attending a residential medically supervised detox ensures that your symptoms are monitored by health professionals, decreasing the risk of medical complications and relapse.
Symptoms of withdrawal
Symptoms of withdrawal for each drug can vary considerably, depending on the duration & severity of addiction and combinations of drugs being used. Withdrawal symptoms can start 12 hours after last use and peak after 4-5 days. Symptoms for withdrawing from Ecstasy, Ketamine and GHB include:
- Panic attacks and anxiety
- Fatigue and tiredness
- Craving the drug
- Sweats and chills
- Loss of appetite
- Difficulty concentrating
- Increased sensitivity to light and sound
Withdrawal symptoms for GHB can be more severe in nature and can include delirium, elevated heart rate and seizures. Medically supervised detox is highly recommended.
Treatment for Ecstasy, Ketamine and GHB addiction:
Ecstasy, Ketamine and GHB addiction can have serious consequences, including overdose and death. The longer the addiction is left unmanaged, the more severe and potentially fatal the consequences can be. It is important to know that help is available and that the right support from experienced professionals can dramatically increase your chances of recovery.
A residential detox and rehab program can be a critical step in addressing and working through your addiction concerns. Recovery is a process of learning healthier habits & coping strategies and reclaiming your life.
Medically Supervised detox
Residential medically supervised detox in a safe and supported environment is recommended for individuals withdrawing ecstasy, GHB and Ketamine.
A medical doctor and experienced nursing staff will support you in managing your symptoms, including any physical and mental health concerns that may arise during your detox. This helps minimise the risk of complications and relapse. Our rehab program can help you to understand the underlying issues that led to addiction and develop the tools necessary to live a life that works for you.
What is medically supervised detox like at Sydney Detox and Rehab?
Medically supervised detox at Sydney Detox and Rehab takes place in a comfortable, luxury setting and is overseen by an experienced medical doctor. Nursing staff are on hand 24/7 during the withdrawal phase to ensure your health and safety.
Our doctor will conduct a thorough assessment in order to better understand your addiction and health needs. They may prescribe medication that could help in alleviating your withdrawal symptoms. Nursing staff will monitor your healthy and symptoms throughout the day.
Our specially trained staff ensure that your detox is as comfortable and safe as it can be.
A holistic treatment approach
At Sydney Detox and Rehab offer a holistic approach to addiction. We take a maximum of 4 clients to ensure privacy, highly personalised care and comfort. We are a boutique service and tailor make your program to suit your individual needs.
Our in-house chef takes care of your nutrition with a personalized food plan made to your tastes.
Massage, acupuncture and a personal training helps you to relax, strengthen your body and ease the detox process.
Daily psycho-educational sessions, counselling and executive coaching help you understand the underlying needs that drove your addiction. We support you to take the steps to create a life based in healthy relationships, habits and coping strategies.
Our program also offers services such as equine assisted learning, golf, sound meditation, African drumming sessions and kayaking. We are keen for you to experience life and enjoyment beyond addiction.