Drug Detoxification & Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms
DEER HOLLOW RECOVERY IS ABLE TO ACCEPT MOST ALL INSURANCES!
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Especially if you are tired of the ongoing cocaine overdose or drug overdose. We help your alcohol withdrawal side effects through cutting edge detox drug therapy. There is no better way to reduce symptoms of severe alcoholism than detoxification!
Going into a detox program is a big decision. It can be very scary. You are in essence, saying your drug tolerance, or symptoms of severe alcoholism, including alcohol induced seizures, is beyond your control. What is detox? With alcohol withdrawal shakes how long will it go on? I was told there are alcohol withdrawal vitamins. Is this true? These are all questions our expert medical staff can answer for you with a simple phone call! You can alleviate your fears and know the truth about drug and alcohol detox.
Detox and inpatient rehab are very separate functions. When you enter detox, you are entering into a medically supervised cleansing of your body and mind of all drugs and alcohol. Your body, during the time you have been addicted, has built up toxins and poisons, as well as a tolerance for the drugs and alcohol. To get better and to recover, those toxins and poisons need to be safely removed from your body.
Here at Deer Hollow Recovery, we don’t believe in “social detox”. We believe that is a barbaric practice designed to punish the addict for perceived weakness and moral failings. In this day and age, with all the research into the brain and body and how they work and interact with drugs of all kinds, we know that physical dependence is real and unavoidable especially with opiates and alcohol. We have had grandmothers in their 70’s and teens not yet 18 call and ask our medical staff how they could have become addicted. It’s not a mystery it’s simply biology!
When you take any kind of drug, including alcohol, consistently and constantly from aspirin to anti-depressants to morphine and including all the illegal drugs, you develop a tolerance. This tolerance leads you to need more and more of the drug/alcohol to achieve the same effect as when you first started. After a while, you will not feel as if you have taken anything at all, but if you were to stop taking it there may be withdrawal symptoms. Even with simple aspirin, you may start to feel all those aches and pains you were taking it to alleviate to begin with. With antidepressants, you may start to feel sad and hopeless again and with opiates, alcohol and other drugs of abuse you will feel physical withdrawal symptoms.
You don’t have to go through this alone! We are here to help. We can and will make sure you are comfortable and safe as you detoxify your body and get ready to move on to a new chapter in your life. A chapter where drugs and alcohol are a thing of the past and where you are free from the stranglehold of your addiction!