Are you or someone you know suffering from Ketamine Addiction? Call us today on 2787 550 1938 for free advice or contact us below.
Ketamine is a fast acting anaesthetic primarily used in the veterinary business. It is also but rarely used in human medicine. Ketemine is a popular drug within the clubbing scene and its use across South Africa has grown hugely in the last decade. Tolerance to Ketamine can be built up over a relatively short period of time. This in turn makes the addiction more dangerous and difficult to stop or control. Health wise Ketamine is know to affect the bladder and kidneys extremely aggressively when used regularly.
Other names for Ketamine
K, Special K, Cat Valium and Ket to name a few. Due to the availability of Ketamine in South Africa a large rise in Ketamine Addiction has been seen in the country over recent years.
What is Ketamine?
Ketamine is a drug used in human and veterinary medicine, primarily for the induction and maintenance of general anesthesia, usually in combination with a sedative. Other uses include sedation in intensive care, analgesia (particularly in emergency medicine), and treatment of broncho spasm. Ketamine has a wide range of effects in humans, including analgesia, anesthesia, hallucinations, elevated blood pressure, and broncho dilation. Like other drugs of its class, such as tiletamine and phencyclidine (PCP), ketamin induces a state referred to as “dissociative anesthesia” and is used as a recreational drug.
Ketamine Addiction Home Detox South Africa
At Home Detox South Africa we can offer you a safe and comfortable way to Detox from Ketamine addiction at home. We can offer a service which will include a detox programme to suit your needs depending on your current usage amounts and method of using. Withdrawing from Ketamine without professional medical assistance can be dangerous.
Ketamine Addiction in South Africa
Ketamine addiction in South Africa is relatively un-researched although I know from working with various institutions that Ketamine use and addiction is a growing problem in South Africa.
Do you or a friend have a Ketamine Addiction?
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