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Inpatient Detox Centers

Why an Inpatient Detox Center is Necessary

Inpatient detox centers are one of the most effective ways for an individual to overcome their drug addiction.  Drug addiction is a chronic disease that takes time and healing for a person to fully overcome. Many drugs, especially in the opiate class, have intense physical withdrawal symptoms once a person stops using the drug. Other drugs, such as marijuana and cocaine, do not have much of physical withdrawal symptoms, but they do have intense psychological withdrawal symptoms that will take time to heal.

The reason why an inpatient detox center is necessary for many people to overcome their drug addictions is because it is extremely difficult for a person to get through the withdrawal symptoms of their drug addiction on their own.

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Inpatient programs provide the opportunity for 24-hour care in a supportive environment.

Common physical withdrawal symptoms that a person may experience when detoxing from drugs include, excessive vomiting, increased or decreased appetite, nausea, diarrhea, excessive sweating, runny nose, muscle aches, tremors, and possible seizures depending on the drug abused.

Common psychological withdrawal symptoms include insomnia, anxiety, depression, mood swings, irritation and possible hallucinations depending on the drug abused.

Due to the stress a person’s body will undergo when they stop using a drug, they may need medical supervision, and they will most likely need extensive therapy in order for them to overcome their drug addiction. Inpatient detox centers will provide a person with the resources they need to get through the withdrawal symptoms.

How Inpatient Detox Centers Help

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Drug addiction is typically a chronic disease and it is unlikely that an individual can stop using drugs for a few days and be cured. In order to overcome a drug addiction most people require long-term or repeated episodes of care to achieve the goal of sustained abstinence.

An inpatient detox center will provide a person with time and resources, such as needed medication and therapy to ensure that they have a safe detox as well as education and support to continue to live a drug free life.

An inpatient detox center is usually a longer program that will ensure an individual enough time to help them regain control of their life again while providing them with therapy to help them overcome any psychological issues they may be dealing with from their extensive drug use. All in all an inpatient detox center is the most effective choice for a person to make if they wish to conquer their drug addiction.

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