When an individual has an addiction to alcohol or drugs, in order to begin a recovery plan, there is a detox phase. This phase may last three days or up to two weeks, depending on the type of substance used, how much, the frequency and for how long. Since every individual reacts differently to drugs, the detoxification recovery process is not a standard length of time for everyone. The medical staff at a Medical Detox center in Cincinnati, Ohio is equipped and experienced with the detoxification and you will be monitored throughout this phase.
After your intake session with one of the administrative and medical staff at a Medical Detox Facility, your detoxification will begin. Although the withdrawal effects will vary by patient, there are some more common symptoms you may be experience.
Although these symptoms may be a cause for concern, you’ll be monitored by a medical staff. You will be safe and cared for at the Cincinnati Drug Treatment Centers. Call (513) 297-3331 to begin your detox and recovery.
In order to have a successful recovery, detoxification is necessary in order to clear your body of the alcohol and drugs, otherwise your brain would continue craving the substance and you are in a constant state of turmoil, with strong cravings becoming too strong to deny. Without Drug Detox, if you try therapy and behavior modification, your body is telling you one thing and you are trying to go in a different direction. You will have a tug of war within yourself making the detoxification a key component to a successful recovery. Your team of medical professionals with the Cincinnati Drug Treatment Centers understands the pull to go back to the drugs whereas if you tried to quit on your own, you will never reach the point of a complete detox because you wouldn’t be able to manage the cravings. Call (513) 297-3331 to begin the detox phase of your recovery.
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