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A lot of people think that PCP addiction and abuse are things of the past in Idaho. But this drug is as common as ever, and recovering from it usually requires professional detox and rehab. At one point in time, it was used as an anesthetic during surgical procedures. But its negative side effects resulted in it being abandoned for safer options.
PCP was given the brand name, Sernyl in the 1950s. Its chemical name is phencyclidine, but most people refer to it by its acronym. It is still widely available on the streets of Idaho, and its hallucinogenic properties make it quite popular. It can be purchased under the following street names
PCP is often used as a “next step” once people no longer experience results from using LSD and Ketamine. But many will try it strictly out of curiosity about the type of high it produces.
PCP is a very dangerous drug, and it has some serious side effects that people need to be aware of. Abusing it is likely to lead to an addiction, and once that happens, treatment is usually needed for people to be successful in recovery.
PCP is a Schedule II Controlled Substance, which is why it's so much more dangerous than other drugs in its class. Using it leads to a trance-like experience, and this can cause you to feel as though you're detached from your surroundings. You may even feel like you're detached from your body, and many people who use PCP will regularly report that they feel like they're looking down at their bodies from above.
PCP is taken in tablet form, and it can also be found in capsules and as a powder. Using it involves swallowing it, snorting it, injecting it or smoking it. It has a very strong taste, and it's quite common for users to put it in marijuana to mask the taste and enhance its effects.
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It is actually taking place all over the country, and Idaho has a very serious drug problem. Hallucinogenic drugs are very popular, and PCP is considered one of the best substances to use to get high.
A man by the name of Jonathan Colon was recently arrested and he currently faces many different charges. The police had been watching him and his home for quite some time prior to the arrest. There were reports of multiple items being delivered to the man’s house, so a search warrant was obtained.
During the search, officers found 17 grams of PCP as well as LSD, MDMA, cocaine and other drugs. They also seized $4,000 in cash, drug packaging materials and other items. All in all, Colon was in possession of seven different types of drugs.
This type of situation happens frequently in Idaho, and people are often being arrested on drug-related charges. While there are other drugs that are considered to be more popular than PCP, make no mistake; it is just as common here.
PCP is a very addictive drug, which most people don't realize once they start using it. Like most people, you may have first started using PCP as a way to see what all the hype was about, or to experience a more dramatic high than you've gotten with other hallucinogens. PCP abuse can quickly become PCP addiction because of how the drug works in the brain. People can become dependent upon it almost immediately, and this occurs because it's so easy to develop a tolerance to it. This leads you to use more and more of the drug as time goes on.
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PCP withdrawal symptoms can become severe in those who are addicted to it. Other hallucinogenic drugs only carry psychological withdrawal symptoms, but PCP also has serious physical symptoms that often develop soon after the drug has been stopped and starts to leave the system.
Some of the most common PCP withdrawal symptoms include:
It's even possible for people to slip into a coma after they've quit taking PCP. In addition, the hopelessness that can result once the drug starts to leave your body often leads people to commit suicide.
It's obvious that PCP withdrawal symptoms can be quite dangerous, and this is a process that needs to be completed in a controlled environment under the supervision of medical staff. Going to drug detox prior to PCP addiction treatment is essential in order to stop using PCP safely.
Maybe you're not really sure if your PCP abuse has become an addiction to this harmful drug, and you wouldn't be alone in that thought. Many people are unaware of the various PCP addiction symptoms and behaviors that can indicate that their abuse has moved on to the next step. If that's the case, there are a few different PCP addiction behaviors and symptoms that you can look for.
As we mentioned earlier, PCP is a drug that results in a lot of withdrawal symptoms when it is stopped. People who use it also form psychological addictions to it, which can make it even harder to quit. That is why we recommend two forms of treatment.
Because of the severity of withdrawal symptoms, drug detox is recommended for people with PCP addictions. This is a very important step that should never be skipped. It is vital to get the symptoms under control for the individual’s own personal comfort. It can be really hard to focus on recovering when withdrawal hits.
Drug detox offers help during the withdrawal phase. Holistic and medical detox are usually both utilized as a way to manage the symptoms. Detoxing can also help the body rid itself of the drug much faster than quitting on one’s own.
The detoxification process usually takes between seven and ten days to complete. There is a risk of complications, which is why this should only be done in an inpatient setting.
After detoxing, the next step is to go to rehab. Drug rehabilitation programs are designed to help people understand their addictive behaviors on a new level. People learn more about their addictions, including why they started using in the first place.
For many people, using PCP has become a way to self-medicate a co-occurring disorders. This term refers to various mental health issues that often go along with addictions. An experienced therapist knows how to identify these problems and they know the best ways to treat them.
During rehab, patients participate in many different types of therapy. They meet regularly with their therapist and may also have group sessions they attend.
At Northpoint Recovery, we offer an excellent inpatient detox and rehab program. We are located in Boise, Idaho, and we accept patients from all over the country. Many of our patients come from the Pacific Northwest, and our success rate is higher than the national average.
When patients come to us for recovery help, we invest in them. We can only accept a small number of patients at a time because we only have 48 beds. But this works to our patients’ advantage because it gives them more time to spend with our staff members.
We offer both detox and rehab services at our facility, as we mentioned earlier. Because of this, our patients do not have to worry about experiencing a break in their treatment. They can easily transition into rehab because they are both under the same roof.
At Northpoint Recovery, we know how people struggle with making the decision to recover from PCP addiction. So many of them cannot imagine their lives without this drug. But the reality is that it is extremely dangerous, and continued recreational use can have serious consequences.
We want you to know that we are here to provide you with support as you recover. With our help, you can finally experience what it is like to be free.
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