The key purpose of medication administration is to target withdrawal symptoms and alleviate them upon cessation. These withdrawal symptoms are often unbearable without the support of medical aid. Withdrawal symptoms can be significantly alleviated and even eliminated with ease, thanks to the help of inpatient detox programs.
Medications may become a necessary recovery aid once a physician has assessed your dependency severity and associated withdrawal symptoms. This is especially true with addictions to more powerful narcotics, as they require medication to stabilize the neuronic damage that causes many withdrawal symptoms.
Thanks to modern pharmaceutical breakthroughs, doctor-prescribed medications make withdrawal symptoms easier to manage and overcome. Many even report a relieving and relaxing experience. Though temporary, this prescription-based treatment phase might be the extra boost your recovery needs to achieve sobriety.
One of the primary benefits of inpatient detox is the strong support and hands-on guidance you can’t get from outpatient programs. You’ll get nothing less than the best family-oriented support, encouragement, and understanding from our team of dedicated physicians. Learn just how achievable detox and sobriety are by reaching out to our detox team today.
Modern medical breakthroughs have enabled doctors to help you control your addictive impulses. These detox training tools allow you to flourish beyond the detox process and into the next stages of your recovery. Speak to a medical assessment specialist to learn more about the detox process and behavioral training options.
As alluded to at the beginning of this section, well-run inpatient detox programs make detox part of the long-term solution. That means our detox process doesn’t stop at detox. After completing the detox process, your doctor will follow the program with a reassessment to see where you stand in your progress. This helps determine if further detox is needed to ensure the efficiency of the next steps.
An irregular heartbeat and heart palpitations are two scary side effects many people experience after quitting substances. They’re also the reason quitting by yourself can be hazardous and even lethal. Taking proper medication as directed by a clinical physician can make this symptom bearable or even eliminate it.
It’s very common to experience mood swings and increased irritability when you stop feeding your dependency. Doctors understand this symptom and can help you through this difficult process. It takes the best physicians and a high-quality program to defeat anger episodes associated with detox withdrawal symptoms. You can depend on these top-notch traits and more at Magnolia City Detox.
Another uncomfortable withdrawal symptom is the uncontrollable tremors that can riddle your body. This is your body’s mental response to substance cravings and subsequent neuron misfirings. As troubling as this symptom may be, it is an encouraging sign that the detox process is working. Think of this symptom as a tell-tale indicator that your neuronic frequencies are restoring what substance abuse destabilized. Like most symptoms on this list, doctor-recommended prescriptions can manage or eliminate tremors.
Substance abuse cessation puts your body into “fight or flight” mode because it deprives the source of your dependency. This causes anxiety neurons to rise as a result. If left untreated, these elevated anxiety levels can lead to depression, relapse, or even death in the most severe cases. Allow Magnolia City Detox the opportunity to show you how inpatient detox can ease your pain and anxiety symptoms.
It’s common to develop some form of insomnia throughout the detoxification process. This is due to the body being starved of the substance it has depended on for so long — your mind craves the substance like our bodies crave food. Fortunately, you can get the sleep you need with a doctor in your corner and the right medications, tools, and training afforded you by our dedicated team.
Substance detox is the gateway to the main recovery process of your sobriety program. Whether you require individual, group, or other main therapy programs, detox is the first step before proceeding any further. In essence, inpatient detox is the all-important first step that sets the tone for how the rest of your recovery will go. That’s why detox is often the longest process, as thorough detoxification makes for an easier recovery.
Residential treatment is specifically for individuals who have achieved a level of sobriety that is becoming self-sustainable. This means a patient has moved beyond the need for detox and full-service recovery and is now living an independent life.
This phase has minimal monitoring but provides the same 24-hour access to our therapists and medical team. In this phase, your doctor will help you apply the tools you’ve learned in recovery to your everyday life. This includes replacing addiction behaviors with other hobbies and activities and sharing relapse prevention tactics.
These programs are for individuals who do not require medication and have achieved a certain level of sobriety. In this treatment phase, patients have little to no withdrawal symptoms or cravings. This stabilization refers to removing or minimizing the medications treating withdrawal symptoms and cravings. In turn, this allows your body to naturally stabilize the neuronic balances that substance abuse once destabilized.