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Here is what you need to know all about Molly addiction.

Molly Addiction

Molly is a derivative of methamphetamine which acts as both a psychedelic and stimulant. Molly is a manifested synthetic drug made in laboratories and in home kitchens. Molly is the pure form of MDMA and comes in a powdery crystallized form. 

Because Molly is a recreational drug, addiction is more likely when you take MDMA for its effect. Addiction and physical dependence are two separate clinical conditions; dependence occurs when the body has adapted to the continued presence of MDMA in the system and presents withdrawal symptoms once you stop taking it. Prolonged Molly abuse can completely damage brain chemistry to the point that cognitive behavior is only normal with the presence of the drug inside the body. At this point, the body is physically addicted to Molly. But most Molly users are not this extreme.

On the other hand, addiction may be present because the added psychological element of seeking out Molly even though it is hurting your body or your life may be more likely. Addiction can also involve seeking out the drug to self medicate and cope with the lack of pleasure and stimulation in your life. Simply taking Molly over time can lead to an addiction and negative relationship with the drug.

Everyone is different and reacts to Molly in different ways. Overall, continued abuse and self-medication using MDMA regularly will lead to addiction. Also, if you or your family have a tendency toward dependency on alcohol or drugs, you may be at a higher risk compared to someone who isn’t. If you feel you may be addicted to Molly, look out for the signs and then seek professional help to support your decision to stay away from MDMA.

Signs of Addiction to Molly

Chemical dependence to MDMA and Molly addiction can be similar but are clinically different conditions. The following are typical signs of Molly addiction:

  • Taking Molly in order to function normally, regardless of withdrawal
  • Seeking out Molly and going to great lengths to take it
  • Craving the drug
  • Rationalizing your use of Molly in order to continue taking it without guilt

At Asana Recovery, we understand how difficult recovering from these addictions through our daily work to help those struggling most from this disease. While some may believe they can make it alone, rehabilitation programs are essential in the fight to break dependency. The road ahead is not a smooth or easy one, but you can traverse it if done so with the support of the right team. Counseling and aftercare processes can assist you by addressing the psychological facets that led you to addition and help you build a structure from which to better cope with life without succumbing to addiction.

The supervised detoxification and residential treatment programs at Asana Recovery are offered in a supportive, relaxing, and inspiring environment. We’re deeply committed to ensuring your long-term recovery, and guiding you on your path to a healthier and happier future. There is no better time than now, and we’re always available to speak with you. Call us at (949) 438-4504 to learn more about our comprehensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment program today.


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