HDRC-Healing Door Rehab Center-Drug Addiction & Psychiatric Treatment Center

Our Servicers Healing Door Islamabad has been treating patients since its inception and has helped those providing prolonged and blissful lives. Our unique residential rehabilitation program duration varies according to the needs and the severity of the patient’s condition. Healing Door’s outstanding staff always welcomes patients while guiding them to take the first step of their journey towards a sober life.  Who We Are About Us AT “Healing Door”, WE ARE DEDICATED TO ONE THING: helping you overcome addiction for good. Part of what makes this possible is the “Healing Door’s” environment. Every detail has been taken into account to give you the stability and comfort to help you free yourself from addiction and rebuild your life without drugs? Contact Us Phone: [+92 3149922547]
Email: [hdrc.rehab@gmail.com]
Web: [www.healingdoorrehab.com] HDRC-Healing Door Rehab Center. [Main Jinnah Rd, opposite to Shami Property Dealers, near Al-Farooq Masjid, Bani Gala, Islamabad, Islamabad]
      HDRC-Healing Door Rehab Center. BEST ICE TREATMENT CENTER IN PAKISTAN
What are the effects of taking ice? Ice produces an intense rush that can make a person feel confident and energetic. They may have increased sex drive, itching and scratching, enlarged pupils, fast heartbeat or dry mouth. The person may grind their teeth or sweat excessively. The effects can last for up to 12 hours. It can be hard to sleep for a few days after taking ice. People who are ‘coming down’ may have difficulty sleeping, headaches, paranoia or hallucinations, or feel very irritable and sad. What can go wrong with ice? People who use ice can suffer from paranoia, hallucinations, memory loss and difficulty sleeping. Frequent high doses can cause ‘ice psychoses with paranoid delusions, hallucinations and unusual, aggressive or violent behaviors. This can last a few days.  What is crystal meth /ice? Ice (crystal meth) is a methamphetamine, a member of the amphetamine family of drugs. It is very addictive and is linked to chronic physical and mental health problems. Ice is a central nervous system stimulant. It causes high levels of dopamine (a brain chemical associated with pleasure and reward) to be released. It is purer and more powerful than other types of methamphetamine, such as speed. It is also known as crystal meth, shabu, crystal, glass, Tina and shard. “Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.” Treatment Our ice addiction treatment program includes: DetoxPsychological treatment with (CBT)Physical Therapy12 StepArt Therapy    Can I become dependent on ice? People quickly need larger doses of ice to produce the same effect, making ice highly addictive. Some users feel they need the drug just to get through the day. Withdrawal can be difficult and can lead to cravings, increased appetite, confusion, irritability, aches and pains, exhaustion, sleep problems, anxiety, depression and paranoia. Snorting the ice can cause nosebleeds, sinus problems and damage to the nose. Sharing needles increases the risk of tetanus, infections, vein damage, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV.
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