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Drug and alcohol abuse is an epidemic affecting hundreds of thousands of Americans each day. With overdose now the leading cause of death for people under 50, it’s more important than ever to recognize when substance abuse has become a problem and seek help. Unfortunately, social stigmas, misinformation, and general distrust of the recovery industry leave many people vulnerable to the tragic and potentially fatal consequences of substance abuse.
What is Inpatient Medical Detox?
One common reason people hesitate to begin the journey to sobriety is the fear of suffering through withdrawal. With intense physical symptoms that can be life threatening, relapse among people who attempt to quit unassisted is all too common. Clinical intervention and supervision during the detox is important to ensuring your safety and comfort as you begin the addiction recovery process.
Inpatient medical detox is designed to address withdrawal symptoms such as:
Medical detox can also help prevent more serious withdrawal symptoms like seizures, heart attacks, strokes, and delirium tremens caused by alcohol withdrawal. Under 24 hour clinical supervision, inpatient medical detox provides the support and care necessary to overcome the physical aspects of drug and alcohol addiction.
Because addiction recovery is more than purging your body of toxic illicit substances, it’s important that your journey doesn’t end with detox. Beginning with inpatient medical detox also helps you focus on the path ahead and the transition into the next stage of recovery.
Niznik Behavioral Health Inpatient Medical Detox Services
Niznik Behavioral Health facilities offer top quality inpatient medical detox are personalized to meet the individual needs of each client. No matter how many times you’ve tried before or your history of substance abuse, our expert staff of medical professionals are prepared provide care throughout the detox process as well as providing medical support for pre-existing conditions.
Our inpatient medical detox programs are designed to remove the physical bonds of addiction quickly without sacrificing comfort or safety. On average, detox lasts between five and seven days, though time may vary depending on your needs. Inpatient medical detox through our licensed and fully accredited treatment centers begins with a comprehensive physical and mental health exam. This information is then used to customize your personal regimen for optimal results.
At Niznik Behavioral Health, we understand that substance abuse is a symptom of underlying mental and emotional distress. Because of this detox programs include group dynamic therapy and individual sessions to begin addressing these deeply rooted issues. Our facilities provide a full continuum of care, easing the transition between each stage of treatment and allowing clients to maintain focus on the recovery process. Case management support is available throughout care to help ensure the best possible beginning to your new sober life. Aftercare planning assistance includes:
Detox is only the beginning. Start your journey to a better life today!