Drug Alcohol Detox

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Written By Kirk Markey – September 27, 2016

Drug alcohol detox — Staying high or drunk for years on end is dangerous business.  The substance stops working and the lows become intolerable.  Eventually, there’s nothing left but confusion and fear.  And unfortunately, the scary parts don’t stop just because the addict does.   Detox from drugs and alcohol is difficult at best, even in a medical setting.  And doing it without medical help can be deadly.  Withdrawal symptoms kill hundreds of addicts every year, right when they’re trying hardest to stop.   It’s a heartbreaking and all too common.
drug alcohol detox You and your family have suffered enough.  If someone you love is ready for drug or alcohol detox, let medical professionals handle it.  It might save their life.  It can prevent seizures, terrible pain, and delirium Reputable detoxes are staffed by specially trained doctors, nurses, and support staff.  They will a
dminister the detox process in hospital setting.  They will monitor your loved one’s physical and emotional condition closely, for safety and peace of mind.

Most addicts try to detox themselves from drug or alcohol at some point.  It almost never works.  And even when it does, there’s usually a quick return to old using patterns.  Their self detox usually only last a few hours however, when the discomfort of withdrawal beings in earnest.  A medical detox offers the best chance for survival and recovery.

AIN’s role in the drug alcohol detox process 

It’s All about Taking Direction 

We refer clients to medical detoxes every day, always with good results.  The worst thing that happens is when the client leaves before the process is finished, against medical advice.  When we set up detox for clients, we also a follow up plan in place.  And when the process is over, we put this plan into action, usually in the form of some sort of in or outpatient treatment program.

Addicts are notoriously defiant.  They’re unable to follow rules or take direction, often even in recovery.  But if they continue to work towards recovery, they soon discover that the simple act of taking direction itself becomes part of their growth.  It humbles them.  It tells them that they’re a part of something bigger than themselves.  And it reminds them that there are people in the world they can trust.  So detox is not just a safe way to interrupt the addiction.  It’s also an integral part of spiritual and emotional growth..