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Overcoming Addiction at a Center for Drug-Free Living Detox

When you’re struggling with addiction and need help quitting, you may hesitate to seek treatment for fear of experiencing painful, severe drug withdrawal symptoms. But a residential drug detox center, also known as a center for drug-free living detox, offers around-the-clock medical supervision so you can detox as comfortably as possible with little to no pain or discomfort.

If you’re struggling with addiction, understand that you’re not alone in your fight and help is nearby. Call our 24/7 confidential helpline at 800-315-1376 (Who Answers?) to speak with an addiction counselor and locate nearby drug detox centers that can help you achieve sobriety.

Here’s what you need to know about overcoming addiction at a residential drug detox center.

Medications Can Treat Withdrawal Symptoms

Many drug detox centers prescribe one or more medications that eliminate withdrawal symptoms. For instance, if you’re addicted to opioids, you may be prescribed one medication such as buprenorphine or methadone to eliminate all opioid withdrawal symptoms. If you’re addicted to a sleep aid like zolpidem, you may be prescribed one medication that treats nausea, and another that treats abdominal pain.

Get 24/7 Access to Medical Staff

Drug-Free Living Detox

A center for drug-free living detox may offer art therapy.

Detox and withdrawal can be difficult to get through, especially if there are no medications available that can fully treat all your withdrawal symptoms. Residential detox centers provide you with 24/7 access to healthcare staff in the event you need immediate help and medical support during detox.

Recover in a Safe Environment

If you live in an environment with access to drugs and alcohol, or live with negative influencers who drive your addiction, residential detox centers offer a safe place for recovery. Living at a detox center allows you to safely overcome addiction without distractions, and without exposure to negativity and destructive behavior.

Benefit From Recreational Therapies

Many residential detox centers offer a number of other therapies aimed at helping you overcome addiction. For instance, you can engage in art therapy to express your struggles with addiction via painting or sketching, or in yoga therapy to learn meditative techniques for overcoming urges and relapse.

Treat Co-Occurring Disorders

After overcoming physical dependency on substances, your doctors may treat underlying causes of addiction, such as depression or post-traumatic stress disorder. Mental illnesses that co-exist with addiction are known as co-occurring disorders, and are often treated using a combination of behavioral counseling and therapy.

Join 12-Step Support Groups

Twelve-step support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous can help you stay sober and clean long after detox treatment has ended. Most residential detox centers will connect you with 12-step support groups that can keep you focused on sobriety for years to come.

A center for drug-free living detox offers treatments designed to help you overcome physical dependency on drugs, as well as the psychological aspects that led to addiction in the first place. If you’re struggling with addiction and need help, call our 24/7 confidential helpline at 800-315-1376 (Who Answers?) to find nearby residential drug detox centers devoted to helping you achieve lifelong sobriety.

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