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On Site Detox
Once an addict has realized that they need to break the cycle and separate from drugs or alcohol, they often times will attempt to begin the detox process alone, the chances or undergoing a successful detox alone are very low. Without assistance from a doctor, a patient may undergo some side-effects such as, delirium tremors, excessive sweating, vomiting, insomnia, and weight loss, making it very difficult and painful to undergo detox alone. For these reasons, it should be supervised by medical professionals. Patients’ emotions during detox are intensified by the difficulty of dealing with the physical effects noted above. Plus, throughout the process, they are forced to handle both physical and emotional stress without the crutch of drugs or alcohol—this can feel overwhelming. There is no need to detox alone, help is available to get you or a loved one through this difficult time.
In order to fully heal from an addiction, it is imperative to cleanse the body from the harmful substances of a drug addiction, alcohol abuse or both.Thankfully modern techniques and medicine can be used under care of a physician, to perform a successful and less discomforting detox. The more comfortable a patient is during detox, the better equipped they will be to begin the rehab process. At an on-site detox center, there is trained staff to comfort and guide you or your loved one each step of the way. Detox rids the body of alcohol. Rehab builds ways to manage the things which led to the abuse of alcohol or drugs. Both are needed.
For these reasons many high quality rehab facilities provide on-site detox services, so that a patient may be clear of any drugs or alcohol, before beginning rehab therapy . This will increase the the likely hood of a successful recovery.