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Our team supplies a secure and medically supervised process for drug abusers in Corona, CA that wish to take the first step toward recovery. Detoxification, or detox, gets rid of built up toxins and cleanses them from the body; however, it shouldn’t be confused as comprehensive drug and/or alcohol treatment. Detox will differ from person to person, and a lot of times the ‘cold turkey’ technique is not safe. Since detox tactics are different for each individual addiction – and it will be unhealthy to recommend the ‘cold turkey’ technique in many cases. Our staff uses safe and medically proven strategies, offering a customized experience for each patient. Contact us to talk to a professional detox expert. Call 951-338-5569 today!
Kinds of Detox
The two varieties of detox most often used in detox sites are medically supervised withdrawal and social detoxification. Health care specialists might decide upon suitable treatment, by judging:
- The kind of substance being used.
- Length of addiction.
- Age of the client.
- Psychological state of the client.
- Physical health of the client.
- Predicting which environment will be the most useful to the client.
People in Corona, CA who benefit most from medically supervised withdrawal include patients hooked on:
- Pain Medications (Pharmaceuticals)
- Benzodiazepines or Barbiturates
- opiates (heroin, OxyContin, codeine)
The particularly unpleasant and aggravating withdrawal symptoms from these drugs can be lessened by certain detox aids that are only be prescribed by detox professionals. Also, it’s vital for people suffering from serious alcoholism, or for people abusing alcohol in combination with different substances, to participate in medically supervised withdrawal. Medically supervised withdrawal centers use medications to stop health complications caused by withdrawal, such as hallucinations, seizures, or other physical and psychological dangers that may be a direct effect of withdrawing ‘cold turkey’ from alcohol, and other drugs. In addition, any substance abuser that has ever experienced hallucinations or seizures, gone through a severe illness, or has been diagnosed with severe mental diseases will require medically supervised withdrawal so as to properly remove themselves from drugs or alcohol.
Social detoxification is most practical for those who expect to only have mild to moderate withdrawal symptoms, including:
- Infrequent Opiate Use
- Infrequent Alcohol Consumption
The social detoxification technique attempts to help clients control their cravings and withdrawal without medicine; however, the process is still monitored by medical staff and therapists that guarantee the clients’ well-being. Social detoxification is a “social” experience: that means clients are not isolated in hospital-like rooms, but live alongside other rehab patients while they detox. This model of detox readies addicts for a complete treatment program in which they will be living together with and working alongside other addicts in recovery.
Our Treatment Techniques
Our treatment program that provides detox with the understanding that different kinds of drugs are responsible for a combination of withdrawal side effects. Depressants, such as barbiturates, benzodiazepines, and alcohol, may lead to:
- Increased Blood Pressure
- Increased Heart Rate
- Increased Body Temperature
Stimulants, including amphetamines, methamphetamine, cocaine, and Ritalin, usually have less intense withdrawal symptoms that only require emotional encouragement from family members, friends, and therapists. It isn’t uncommon for habitual stimulants-abusers to need detox aids because they’ve been diagnosed with stimulant psychosis, which can lead to:
- Suicidal Ideations
- Suicide Attempts
Withdrawal symptoms from opiates (such as heroin, morphine, codeine, and oxycontin) run the gamut from:
- Runny Nose
- Rapid Pulse
- Quickening Breathing
- Bone Sensitivity
- Muscle Pain
Take the First Step
For many users in Corona California, detox is a vital first step towards recovering from drugs, but it’s JUST a first step. It doesn’t take the place of a complete rehabilitation program. Although many detox facilities don’t provide assistance after detox, we know how easy it is to relapse after completing detox if the addict doesn’t begin rehab treatment. If paired with treatment and other drug and alcohol abuse therapies, we will be an effective first step to forever recovering from substance abuse. Recovery is possible, and, in some cases, detox is a necessary start to the rehab process when followed directly by a treatment program, specifically a Rehab Program.
Our knowledgeable recovery specialists are available 24 hours a day to address concerns about detox, rehabilitation, and treatment, or detox and rehabilitation facilities, so call 951-338-5569 today!