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Is Medical Detox My ONLY Option?

Detoxification is often the first stage of addiction treatment, and helps you overcome physical dependency on drugs and alcohol. Medical detox is a type of detox in which your recovery is overseen by medical staff who treat withdrawal symptoms using medications. While medical detox is a highly effective and safe way to make your recovery more comfortable, there are other detox options that are just as effective at helping you get clean and achieve lifelong sobriety.

If you’re suffering from addiction and need help getting clean, call our 24/7 confidential helpline at 800-315-1376 (Who Answers?) immediately to speak with an addiction specialist. We’ll discuss all your options for nearby drug detox centers ready to help you overcome addiction.

Natural / Holistic Detox

Natural detox is when your body withdraws from drugs and alcohol naturally without the use of drugs or prescription medications. Natural detox and holistic detox treatments use many of the same therapies to help you overcome addiction, including exercise, good nutrition, and acupuncture. These therapies help to strengthen your immune system, and push drugs and other toxins out of your body naturally.

In an outpatient setting, natural and holistic detox treatments are most ideal for those who have safe, comfortable home environments free of negative influences. At inpatient drug detox centers, natural detox is ideal for those overcoming addiction to mild substances such as cannabis. However, some addiction types, such as that to opioids, can be highly difficult to overcome without medications that reduce cravings and symptoms, and offer a higher risk for relapse.

Rapid Detox

Medical Detox

Exercises such as yoga are common in natural detox centers.

Rapid detox treatments help you overcome physical dependency on drugs and alcohol within a few days to one week. With rapid detox, you’ll be put into a medically induced coma using a sedative or anesthetic, and given prescription medications that eliminate drugs from your body. The entire detox process takes place while you sleep, and allows you to resume normal daily activities within days of completing treatment.

Rapid detox has been proven effective at treating some addiction types, but does not address underlying psychological causes of addiction, such as depression or PTSD. Consult with an addiction specialist prior to seeking rapid detox treatment to determine whether this detox type is right for you based on your personal history with addiction.

Luxury Detox

Going to a luxury detox center allows you to recover from addiction in a relaxing, peaceful, and aesthetically-pleasing environment, such as near the beach or in the mountains. Luxury detox centers often tailor addiction treatments to you or your loved one based on personal recovery needs, and offer extra, high-end amenities to make your experience more comfortable. Fitness centers, saunas, and freshly cooked gourmet meals are just some of the benefits you may enjoy at most luxury detox centers.

Most luxury detox centers are inpatient treatment centers, and offer patients 24/7 access to medical support devoted to helping you experience the most painless recovery possible. Luxury detox centers also allow you to take your time recovering from addiction at your own pace.

If you’re not sure which detox type is ideal for you, our caring drug abuse counselors are on standby to answer all your questions about detox, and to provide all the resources you need to make the best decision.

Are you struggling with addiction and need help getting clean? Call our 24/7 confidential helpline at 800-315-1376 (Who Answers?) to speak with a drug abuse counselor about your options for local drug detox centers dedicated to helping you achieve lifelong sobriety.

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