Our Washington Location
Our inpatient facility is located in Washington, and will serve Washington state. It will provide a safe & therapeutic environment for both our staff and patients.
7416 212th St SW,
Edmonds, WA 98026
Magic mushrooms are a class of fungi that contain psilocybin and psilocin. They have been used for centuries for religious ceremonies and spiritual growth. Psilocybin is a hallucinogen that can cause changes in perception, thinking, and emotions. Psilocin is the active compound in magic mushrooms that produces the psychoactive effects. It’s those psychoactive effects that draw some people into abusing mushrooms.
The effects of magic mushrooms vary depending on the dose, the person, and the setting. Generally, the higher the dose, the stronger the effects. Some people report feeling euphoric, happy, and giggly. Others report feeling anxious, paranoid, and scared. Mushrooms can also cause changes in perception such as seeing things that are not there, hearing things that are not there, and feeling things that are not there.
Recent mushroom abuse statistics indicate that about 1.1 million people who are above the age of 12 have used mushrooms at least one time during the past year. This statistic is quite remarkable, and it certainly points to the fact that this addiction is very dangerous. Mushrooms are often referred to as Magic Mushrooms or Shrooms, and because they are hallucinogenic in nature, they’re often used as a way to experience other realms, or to escape reality for a short time period.
Even so, a mushroom addiction is hazardous. Even those who participate in mushroom abuse are putting their lives in their own hands every single time they use them. You might have questions about your own Shroom use if you’ve been using them for any period of time. If so, it’s important to start thinking about a substance abuse treatment program.
The mushroom abuse definition refers to using mushrooms once in a while, but not feeling as though you have to use them. This is the difference between abuse and addiction, although people will often get the two confused. Because of this, people will often also fail to recognize some of the common mushroom addiction signs within themselves, and still think that it’s not possible for them to become addicted to them.
Some mushroom addiction symptoms include:
Many people make the decision to stop using mushrooms on their own, and only seek out professional help if it becomes clear that they’re not able to quit. The risks of withdrawal are just too great to take that chance, and you can save yourself a lot of anguish by seeking out professional help to assist you. People have a much greater rate of success with stopping their Shroom use when they choose a mushroom addiction treatment center to assist them in their recovery.
Mushrooms are toxic to the human body, and there’s no denying the effects of mushrooms when you use them. Even for smaller doses, these can include:
The effects of Shrooms intensify with higher doses, and you might experience:
Although you might have heard that mushrooms were safe because you couldn’t become addicted to them, a psychological addiction is possible. If you know you have some of the signs of mushroom addiction, the best thing you can do is to reach out for help.
Our admissions coordinators are here to help you get started with treatment the right way. They'll verify your health insurance, help set up travel arrangements, and make sure your transition into treatment is smooth and hassle-free.425.437.3298Contact Us