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Drug de-addiction
I have been using escatasy for about a year and a half...I want to stop, but end up using again after a couple of weeks. Who would be the right doctor to reach out to. I cannot have my parents know about this. Would love to hear option, this is my first step towards seeking professional help. The doctor needs to be LGBT friendly
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Hi it is great that you want to stop substances. As it has become part of your life and also a way of coping you need to address this issue holistically. Many of my patients stop drugs but restart them when they are stressed. Learn relaxation, healthy eating and develop a network of people who don't use drugs. You will benefit from self help groups
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healthy lifestyle, consult a addiction Psychiatrist, start a diary of substances use.
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you will get better if you plan on relapse prevention.
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For de addiction you need to seek professional psychiatric help. Medications and therapy will both benefit you and help you overcome this problem. It’s great that you recognise the problem and are putting efforts to lead a better life.
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Consult a psychiatrist.
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Both psychiatrist and psychologist can help you so reach out to both For therapy and counselling reach out to me All the best Happy recovering
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Hello..It’s good to know that you want to help yourself by seeking professional help.You can connect with me or any other Psychologist Via Practo.Stay safe .Good luck
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