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Which drug addictions do we treat?

Drug addiction is a serious problem that affects millions of individuals, and their families. It is characterised by a compulsive need to use drugs, including opioids, amphetamines, hallucinogens, stimulants, and depressants; despite the negative consequences it can have on a person’s life. The 2019 United Nations World Drug report estimated that there were 35 million people worldwide with a drug problem. Various studies have shown that there has been a 13%-18% increase in the use of substances since the pandemic.

There are many different types of drug addiction. Ibiza Calm is a luxury addiction treatment centre that specialises in the rehabilitation of all forms of drug addiction, including opioid, stimulant, depressant, and hallucinogen addiction. The centre offers a wide range of evidence-based treatments, including cognitive behavioural therapy, motivational interviewing, and 12-Step recovery, as well as group therapies. The team of experienced professionals at Ibiza Calm also strongly emphasises physical and mental well-being, with a focus on healthy nutrition, fitness, and a comfortable and peaceful environment, to promote lasting recovery.

The compassionate and non-judgmental approach at Ibiza Calm, combined with the beautiful and serene setting of the island of Ibiza, creates the perfect environment for individuals to focus on their recovery and achieve lasting change. With the help of the team at Ibiza Calm, individuals struggling with drug addiction can regain control of their lives and achieve long-term sobriety.

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  • Cocaine

  • Cocaine is a powerful and addictive stimulant that is obtained from coca leaves from the Andes mountains of South America. Although it has medical uses as an anaesthetic, cocaine is mostly used illegally for the extreme form of euphoria that it induces.

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  • Heroin

  • Heroin is a drug synthesised from morphine and is one of the most addictive illicit substances available.

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  • Fentanyl

  • Fentanyl is heroin’s synthetic cousin; it works by binding to the body’s opioid receptors increasing dopamine levels. The increase of dopamine leaves a feeling of euphoria, relieves pain and decreases the perception of suffering.

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  • Methadone

  • Methadone is a long-acting opioid, often used as a heroin substitute to maintain opioid addicts. Its effects can be cumulative and may cause many long-term issues.

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  • Cannabis

  • Heavy cannabis consumption can lead to psychosis, psychological conditions, and addiction.

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  • Psychoactive Addictive Drugs

  • Chemsex drugs – crystal methamphetamine, GHB/GBL and mephedrone, also known as miaow miaow, are a group of addictive psychoactive drugs.

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  • Ketamine

  • Ketamine in an anaesthetic drug and a painkiller, used in medical and veterinary science.

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  • Ecstacy and MDMA

  • MDMA/Ecstasy (powder and pills) affects the brain and the body.

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test yourself…

Do you continuously use the substance or act out the addictive behaviour, despite knowing there are harmful consequences?


Do you sneak or hide consumption or behaviour, for example, covering up how much money you have spent/gambled, or sneaking away to purge after a meal?


Do you lie to friends, colleagues, family or doctors to disguise the behaviour?


Have you had accidents, or been in dangerous situations due to consumption or addictive behaviour?


Have you lost a job due to the addictive behaviour/consumption?


Have any relationships with friends or loved ones been broken as a result of the behaviour/consumption?


Do you minimise your use of the substance or addictive behaviour (i.e., pretend you use/do less than you actually do)?


Have you tried to stop and failed?


Do you have continuous feelings of shame, guilt, or remorse?


Are you always thinking about the next high, the next meal or the next bet?


There is definitely a problem with a drug or medication use.

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Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder

The mental health problems that most commonly co-occur with substance abuse are anxiety disorders, depression, and bipolar disorder.

It is estimated that 20% of people diagnosed with an alcohol or substance use disorder will also suffer from anxiety or another mood disorder.

Research shows that people with alcoholism are more than six times more likely to suffer from bipolar disorder than the general population, and almost four times more likely to have major depressive disorder.

At Ibiza Calm we carefully assess for anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder on admission, and provide individualised therapy that is tailored to each client.

These conditions may have already been diagnosed, but often not, it is frequently difficult to identify a mental health disorder whilst the individual is continuing to use substances. Our medical director will assess if those ups and downs are a separate condition, or the result of a drinking/drug taking lifestyle, and what is the best way forward.

What if I want to help a loved one?


If family doesn’t intervene, who will? We help families get their loved ones into addiction treatment.

How Ibiza Calm
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