What is Recovery Now TV?

Recovery Now TV is a no cost consultation hotline that provides referrals to drug & alcohol treatment centers nationwide.  Our counselors will evaluate your situation and work with your health insurance provider to place you in a program that meets your needs. We can ensure that you are placed in the best treatment facility possible and receive the care you need for your unique circumstances.

Recovery Now TV provides referrals to drug and alcohol treatment centers nationwide. While they also bring together addicts and their broken families through the power of intervention.

A lot of damage can be done over the years of being an addict. Our counselors can speak with you on the phone and will create a personalized placement for you based on your specific situation. We have experience working with a number of rehab centers and can place you in the right one based on your individual needs, your financial situation, your insurance coverage and schedule. You can be sure that your treatment experience will be exactly what you need.

How can Recovery Now Help You?

There are plenty of different options to choose from in rehab treatment centers, and finding the right facility can be a difficult task. If you don’t know what facility will meet your needs it can be inconvenient to call individual centers and find out what services they offer to patients. Our counselors can speak to you on the phone and will create a personalized placement for you based on your specific situation. We have experience working with a number of rehab centers and can place you in the right one based on your individual needs, your financial situation, your insurance coverage and your schedule. You can be sure that your treatment experience will be exactly what you need.

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What is Ecstasy?

Methylenedioxy-N-Methylamphetamine [MDMA], otherwise widely known as “Ecstasy”, is a stimulant, frequently and recreationally used because of the feeling of well-being it produces. Users also experience enhanced mental stimulation, and a temporary mitigation of anxiety. Ecstasy has also been known to produce undesirable side effects such as anxiety, paranoia and recklessness. MDMA has also been referred to as “E”, “X”, “XTC” and “Mandy”. Ecstasy is often used to extend the users capacity for physical activity and stimulation, enabling the user to dance for long periods of time or engage in sexual activity for longer than normal periods of time. In popular culture, Ecstasy is often associated with raves and electronic dance music. Research findings show that ecstasy is used just as much as cocaine but far less than marijuana. The most common psychological effects reported include: • Altered consciousness • Feeling of inner peace • Mitigation of anger, fear and anxiety • Euphoria • Feelings of compassion and empathy toward others • Hyper alertness • Heightened desire and alertness • Heightened motivation • Depression The most common physical effects reported include: • Nausea • High blood pressure • Blurred vision • Chills and sweating • Involuntary teeth clinching • Faint • Muscle cramping Hypothermia