Repeated substance abuse can alter the way the brain works. These alterations can remain long after the substance's acute effects have worn off, or after the intoxication stage has ended. The strong pleasure, euphoria, tranquility, enhanced perception and sense, and other experiences generated by the chemical are known as intoxication. Each chemical has its own set of intoxication symptoms.
ECT is used to treat addiction-related mental problems. ECT is commonly used to treat bipolar disorder's depressed phase, although it can also be used to treat the manic phase. It's also been found to work in the prevention of future relapses.
Cadabams' expert therapists have years of experience and use the most up-to-date electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) for addiction
and its equipment. This allows them to completely examine the client's current state and devise a treatment plan that is tailored to the client and their family's needs.