Medication Detox Facility
How Do I Get Rid of Withdrawal Symptoms A good addiction treatment program is multidisciplinary in nature, and embodies a holistic mindset that uses many treatments and methods that work together to create a solid foundation for you to build recovery upon.
A comprehensive perspective on detoxing drugs
Let’s define a detox here, so we all know exactly what it means. Detoxification is defined by the Merriam-Webster Dictionary as a verb meaning “the removal of a harmful substance (such as a poison or poison) or the effect thereof from [your body].” It is a process that includes abstinence, which means “willingly and oftentimes abstaining with self-denial from an act or practice.” Both things, detoxification and abstinence from drugs lead to sobriety.
Sobriety isn’t just caused by an individual event or intervention, it’s the culmination of steps that work toward a healthier, drug-free life. Finding a cure is the first step. However, once you sign up for our care, detoxing your substance of abuse is where our program begins.
Drug detox isn’t just physical
Contrary to what some people might think, detoxing does not simply address the physical repercussions of addiction, although that is certainly the dominant focus. Detoxing occurs at all levels of damage: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. In order for the treatment to have a lasting effect, we need not only to cleanse your body but also to remove the lingering negative effects that drugs or alcohol have on yourself.
To start the process, we will address the physical effects of drug abuse by providing you or your loved ones with a medically supervised detox treatment.
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Understand the importance of medically supervised detox (How do I get rid of withdrawal symptoms)
When a person uses drugs or alcohol on a regular basis, excessive amounts of the substance put a toxic burden on a person’s system, causing many physiological and chemical changes to occur within a person’s body and brain. After prolonged and excessive use of substances, your actual brain chemistry changes. This is because your brain becomes dependent on the presence of these chemicals, and in their absence it reacts in what is known as withdrawal.
Withdrawal includes a set of very unpleasant symptoms that vary depending on the substance. In the most serious cases, such as severe alcohol withdrawal, withdrawal can be fatal. Because of these things, and the fact that withdrawal – if untreated – can be highly unlikely, we highly recommend that you never attempt to go through it on your own.
Instead, we invite you or a loved one to the Future Center to experience exceptional care and support during this turbulent time. A medically supervised detox program will allow you to be as safe and comfortable during this transition as possible. We only hire the best in the business; Our physician-led multidisciplinary staff consists of family care nurses, psychiatric nurses, and licensed or certified master’s-level therapists, among others who will take an active role in your care around the clock.
We help you stay on track in a compassionate and compassionate way (How do I get rid of withdrawal symptoms)
One of the biggest risks of uncontrolled withdrawal is the risk of going back to drugs or alcohol as a way to put an end to the unbearable feelings you’re feeling. This is just a temporary measure, and one that does nothing in the long run to address the underlying issues. It just perpetuates the damage done by drugs or alcohol and does nothing to help heal your body or bring you closer to a drug-free life.
During withdrawal, a person is prone to experiencing prolonged food cravings. This is one of the main reasons why Future Center enlists the help of certain medications designed to help you during this time.
Understanding the Role of Medical Detox Therapy (How to Get Rid of Withdrawal Symptoms)
Quitting drugs or alcohol suddenly, without weaning yourself, can be very dangerous. This is why Future Center trained physicians will gradually ease your substance of use, with the goal of allowing your body and mind to gradually acclimatise while experiencing as little discomfort as possible.
Some of the medications used have a greater effect on a person’s neurochemistry and may require medication support. The most common cases include opioid use and alcohol abuse.
Withdrawal from drug addiction during detox
When opioids are a cause for concern, we turn to medication that supports a standard of care that is backed by countless scientific studies. With our opiate detox, we use Suboxone®, a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone that curbs withdrawal and reduces your cravings. If alcohol is used, we may also use medications that your supervisory care team deems appropriate. Furthermore, we may use a variety of non-addictive medications to treat other concerns, such as any accompanying agitation or anxiety during withdrawal.
During withdrawal, you may start to feel jittery, run out of sorts, or experience severe episodes of anxiety. Although medications may help with this, good treatment goes beyond a medical approach. Sometimes during the withdrawal process, you may need relief that only someone else can provide.
Our empathetic staff stands ready to provide an attentive ear or distraction – whether it’s from a conversation or an activity you can do while you’re involved in treatment. Either way, we’ll do everything we can to make sure your every need is met throughout the duration of your care with our team here at Future Center.
Debunking the dangerous myth surrounding drugs in substance abuse treatment
Even today, with the vast amount of developments and breakthroughs that we are constantly seeing with increasing awareness and commitment to addiction treatment, there are still some who believe incorrectly – and totally harmful – that drug use is a weakness or continuation of the problem (by using one drug instead of another). Nothing could be further from the truth.
Using these medications during treatment not only increases retention rates, but gives a person a greater chance of accessing the remainder of their residential treatments sooner, and with a clearer mind. This allows them to have more time and focus dedicated to enhancing the coping and life skills essential to the ongoing demands of recovery.
Please, take time to think about this: You are not weak to allow us to help you with medications, but you are infinitely strong and brave to choose the path that gives you the greatest repertoire of therapy and skills that promote a drug-free life.
Experience a full spectrum of care
Research shows that individuals who do not undergo treatment after a detox have a greater tendency to return to harmful drug-seeking patterns and behaviors. In order to circumvent this, we have created a complete range of care that follows our proprietary detox protocol.
After we make sure your body has been cleansed of drugs or alcohol, we will commit to ensuring that the remainder of your treatment is as satisfactory and in-depth as possible. As indicated before, we will adapt and adjust our treatment to the unique requirements of your life.
At Future Center, our treatment includes a variety of powerful treatment modalities, including a dialectical behavior therapy program, individual and group therapy, co-occurring disorder therapy, addiction family counseling, and even art and animal therapy.
Our employees take all necessary measures to ensure that our facilities are left confident, grounded, and in a state of greater health and alertness.
Find out how you can cleanse, renew and reinvest in your life
Overcoming addiction is not easy. In fact, it can be difficult at times. That’s why we are here. At Future Center, each of our employees closely understands the intensity of your time here, and the importance of your ultimate goal: sobriety. So please, reach out to us, take the time to contact us and learn more about how our Solo and Mindfulness program can put you on a better path to wellness. Contact us today with any questions. 00201029275503
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Frequently Asked Questions
What happens during a detox?
During a detox program, you will refrain from eating the substance you are detoxing from. This means that you will not absorb any of it. Because when you stop taking the substance, be it drugs or alcohol, with nothing to help you. Future Center is a medically supervised detox facility. This means that your health and wellness is closely monitored by licensed medical professionals. Withdrawal symptoms vary with each substance, and a medically assisted detox uses non-addictive medications to help reduce physical and mental withdrawal symptoms. It is important to remember that detoxing from some medications, and detoxing from long-term alcohol use, can lead to death. This is why Future Center uses a medically supervised detox.
How long does it take to get rid of toxins from your body?
It varies from substance to substance and can also vary based on how long a person has been suffering from use. For alcohol detoxification, the usual stay lasts about one month. Although it can be extended to 2 months if clinical evaluation shows it is needed. Detoxing from alcohol can be very dangerous and potentially fatal. Especially for someone with alcohol abuse for more than five years. Opioids can usually be detoxified within seven to ten days