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How to Detox your Body from Drugs

The first step towards becoming drug-free is drug detoxification. Drug detox is a comprehensive program that rids the body of drugs and helps treat withdrawal symptoms that may arise during this process. When undergoing detox from drugs, it is important to use a medically supervised program because doing so has been proven to be successful compared to home programs, which one may quit. It is best to undergo drug detox at a medical detoxification facility like Serenity that can vastly improve your safety and support.

If you are drinking too much, we can help. Don’t be afraid of detox.

Yes, withdrawal can be bad – but it doesn’t have to be if you come to Serenity. We can help you detox from alcohol safely and comfortably no matter your situation. Call us now:
855-302-2902

Much of the pain that can be experienced during drug detox is due to withdrawal symptoms, including the following:

Possible Drug Detox Withdrawal Symptoms

  • headache
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • anxiety
  • insomnia
  • cravings
  • tremors
  • mood disturbances
  • violence
  • diarrhea
  • lack of or increased appetite
  • high blood pressure
  • hallucinations
  • depression
  • rapid heartbeat
  • blurry vision
  • lacrimation (flow of tears)
  • muscle aches
  • restlessness
  • increased sensitivity to pain
  • irritability
  • emotional instability
  • sweating
  • hot flashes
  • general body weakness

Withdrawal symptoms experienced depend on the type of drugs, the length of time used, and the amount ingested. At our drug detox facility, our medical staff, consisting of doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, and counselors, will prescribe medication to help manage pain and discomfort and ensure the patient’s safety and comfort.

Professional Drug Detox Team

The medical team at the drug detox facility has been trained to handle drug detox in a professional manner. They will physically examine the patient and conduct further tests if needed to determine his or her needs. After receiving the test results, they will develop a drug detox program that meets the patient’s specific needs. Support from family, friends, colleagues, and relatives is important to patients enrolled in a detox program. If such support is not available, support groups for people in drug detox can help boost morale, especially during low moments.

Through a medically supervised detoxification program, patients can remain safe and comfortable as their bodies eliminate toxins.

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