One of the sure fire ways that you decide if you have a drug problem is if you’ve tried to quit the drug yourself on several occasions and failed. There are different ways that people try to kick that habit and most of them don’t work unless they are accompanied by some kind of professional assistance.
For example, you’re better off in a meth rehab if you’ve tried to:
- Go cold turkey and wound up using more than you had before. Many people who finally wind up in the right rehabilitation center say they tried on several different occasions to quit on their own that wound up going back to drug of choice with a vengeance.
- Told yourself you could quit at any time and continue to use. This is the type of addict who understands they have a problem but puts off doing anything about it because they think being aware of an addiction holds it a bay.
In the end, the chances are if you think you have a problem with methamphetamine or any other kind of drug you probably do and in this case a meth rehab is the best way to go.