Methamphetamine addiction is treatable through counseling, detox, behavioral therapy, and medication. A range of treatments is often necessary to tackle the complex range of factors contributing to addiction. For example, factors behind addiction often include social conditions, stress, lifestyle, mental health, and economic factors. Seeking out appropriate therapy and counseling as well as stress management and skills training is essential to maintaining long-term recovery.
Most rehabilitation centers offer counseling, group therapy, one-on-one counseling, and often 12-step. Behavioral therapy, which tackles addiction from the approach of what contributes to addiction and how behavior and emotions impact a user’s health and likelihood of relapse, is also important. Some rehabilitation centers also use medications such as Bupropion, Modafinil, and Naltrexone to reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms during treatment.