Texas Women’s Kratom Rehab

Best Women’s Kratom Rehab Program in Texas

Kratom is a substance derived from a tropical tree, Mitragyna speciosa, found in parts of Southeast Asia. Both the leaves and the herbal products that come from this tree are referred to as Kratom. The herbal compound Kratom is often used for its stimulant and opioid-like effects, posing a serious risk for abuse. Women use this substance to manage pain and mental health symptoms or reduce symptoms of opioid withdrawal.

While Kratom is not federally illegal, possessing or using it in certain U.S. states may be illegal. When used in high doses, Kratom dependence can occur, causing women to form an addiction. In addition to its potential risk for abuse, Kratom’s danger is its unpredictable side effects, which can vary greatly depending on the dose taken. Furthermore, Kratom poses a serious health concern when combined with other substances like opioids or alcohol.

Kratom addiction is a real problem that can pose both short-term and long-term health risks and dangers. If you or a loved one is misusing Kratom, please seek help immediately. Contact our Texas women’s kratom rehab at The Fullbrook Center to learn more about our substance abuse treatment center, which can help women regain control of their lives.

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Kratom Addiction is On the Rise

In recent years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported an increased number of calls related to Kratom addiction and associated deaths. Kratom has been used across parts of Asia to help support healthy energy levels. Across Asia, Kratom is also known under various slang names, which include thang, kakuam, thom, ketum, and biak. Today, it is banned in many states and countries because of the significant potential for drug abuse.

The history of Kratom dates back to when farmers and ranchers in Asia would often use the plant-based compound to help enhance their work productivity. Due to the dangerous side effects and potential for physical addiction, much like opioid addiction, most countries in Asia have now outlawed the use of Kratom. In the United States, Kratom is considered an illegal substance in only six states. As such, many users purchase Kratom online to obtain it legally.

Side Effects of Kratom Abuse

Kratom misuse can leave women susceptible to dangerous side effects, such as seizures, high blood pressure, and even death. Combining Kratom with other substances such as alcohol, benzos, fentanyl, or cocaine can worsen side effects.

Those who abuse Kratom may experience alarming side effects such as aggression and hostility. Common side effects of Kratom use include:

  • Sweating
  • Nausea/vomiting
  • Dry mouth
  • Insomnia
  • Increased heart rate
  • Drowsiness
  • Loss of appetite
  • Hallucinations
  • Itching

The long-term health effects of Kratom are not entirely known. However, several research studies suggest Kratom can cause liver damage. Furthermore, women who abuse Kratom may experience various mental or neurological symptoms, such as tremors, confusion, or seizures.

Symptoms of Kratom Use in Women

Depending on the dosage, Kratom can produce a wide array of symptoms. In small doses, users report euphoric feelings with increased energy, social ability, and awareness. Larger quantities may provide a more relaxed state and can result in sleepiness and decreased chronic pain.

Kratom is often consumed in herbal tea but may also be ingested by chewing leaves of the plant or consuming a Kratom extract. Within just minutes of taking Kratom, women feel effects that may last up to several hours.

Women who abuse Kratom may exhibit changes in behavior, such as engaging in risk-taking behaviors, experiencing bouts of intense anger or frustration, or displaying increased irritability

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Comprehensive Addiction Treatment Designed for Women

Women’s Kratom Addiction Treatment at The Fullbrook Center

The Fullbrook Center offers a comprehensive addiction treatment program designed specifically for women dealing with Kratom addiction. Women seeking to break the addiction cycle may need a Kratom detox. Kratom withdrawal symptoms have been known to mirror a detox similar to that of opioid medications. Our medical detox program allows you to take the first step of getting clean by detoxing in a safe and supportive environment.

Our residential program offers a mixture of amenities and therapies that can make it possible for women to overcome Kratom addiction. With access to the best licensed mental health professionals and personalized treatment plans, The Fullbrook Center offers a holistic approach to treating Kratom addiction that addresses every need in the recovery process. After completing our residential program, we connect our women clients to reputable Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs), which provide flexible recovery options for those with work, school, or family commitments.

The Fullbrook Center offers the perfect setting for Kratom treatment. Our secluded campus in Texas provides a restorative, calming atmosphere to help support women through detox and addiction treatment. We focus on creating an environment that fosters healing, fellowship, and true recovery.

End Your Kratom Dependence with The Fullbrook Center’s Rehab Program in Texas

If you or a loved one is struggling with a substance use disorder, The Fullbrook Center’s rehab program is here to assist women. Our treatment specialists and proven therapeutic modalities are sure to help women overcome addiction. Call today!