Although LSD hasn’t been comprehensively studied, we do know of a few things that can be attributed to prolonged LSD abuse for certain. Some of these include permanent vision changes, changes in brain chemical balances, and decreased coordination.
These very serious ramifications can be slowed with detox and treatment. A personally tailored treatment plan will uncover any underlying afflictions that contribute to LSD abuse. Sometimes, people are looking for relief from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression, or anxiety. Particularly, if undiagnosed, co-occurring disorders can make it seem as if LSD is the only way to get out of your own head. These co-occurring issues are also addressed during treatment.
A distinctive treatment strategy also includes an aftercare plan for tempting situations outside the treatment facility. This is designed to safeguard a new LSD-free life. A strategy for triggers, provoking social situations, and personal boundaries are constructed as a safety net for precarious moments you may unexpectedly find yourself in.
Through life coaching and focused therapy, treatment gives the addicted person the tools needed to lead a happy, fulfilling life. Mending important relationships, finding healthy activities to enjoy, and physical fitness become more meaningful. This rooted contentment is more fulfilling than the temporary, chemical euphoria of LSD. However, the addicted brain will shield this knowledge from your consciousness.
In treatment, when healing begins, the LSD curtain will begin to fall away, making yourself available for a genuine happiness that you have the power of sustaining in a long-term recovery.