The process of recovering from drug addiction can be rough. This is particularly true of the stage known as detox when a person initially begins to abstain from using his or her drug of choice and may experience symptoms of withdrawal. For those who are having difficulty detoxing due to withdrawal symptoms or otherwise, there is help.
Because drug use often leads to physiological dependency, many substance abusers experience significant discomfort when they attempt to cease their substance abuse habit. As the brain reestablishes a healthy chemical balance and the body's internal systems rid themselves of drug residues, a number of unpleasant side effects can emerge, including:
For many people who habitually use drugs or alcohol, the symptoms of withdrawal seem to be insurmountable obstacles to remaining clean and sober. Drug detox centers are staffed by professionals who oversee patients while they undergo detox to ensure their safety and increase their comfort.
When choosing a drug rehab program, it is important to note that while detox is a general requirement, not all facilities will offer onsite support. Therefore, it is important for people who require treatment and supervision during detox to choose a facility that is able to meet their needs.
Clients are able to enjoy the stability and familiarity of completing both detoxification and rehab at the same facility instead of attempting detox on their own or transitioning from a detox center to a separate drug treatment center. Rehab campuses serve as a safe, secure place where clients can separate themselves from the daily environmental triggers that previously influenced their substance abuse habit.
Centers encourage clients to simply focus on recovery while we teach them the necessary tools for navigating everyday stressors and potentially difficult situations in the world outside of the treatment facility. Talented staff is just a phone call away.