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Signs a Medical Detox Program May Be What Your Loved One Needs
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Signs a Medical Detox Program May Be What Your Loved One Needs

By on Apr 29, 2022 in Blog, Detox |

Watching a loved one suffer from drug or alcohol addiction is devastating. If you have never struggled with addiction, it may seem easy enough to stop using. But because of the way these substances change the brain, it is very common for a person to be unable to stop on their own. Addiction is so powerful. Even if your loved one wants to stop using drugs or alcohol,...

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5 Reasons Professional Detox and Residential Treatment Are Critical to Recovery
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5 Reasons Professional Detox and Residential Treatment Are Critical to Recovery

By on Mar 19, 2021 in Blog, Detox |

Making the decision to get help for drug and alcohol addiction often starts with understanding the options for care. While outpatient treatment is an option for some, most people have greater success with inpatient, or residential, treatment. About Residential Treatment In residential treatment, a person lives in a treatment center for 30 to 90 days, depending on...

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How Alcohol Use Disorder Occurs & What Happens During Detox
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How Alcohol Use Disorder Occurs & What Happens During Detox

By on Aug 5, 2020 in Alcoholism, Blog, Detox |

Addiction creates dependency, a situation in which your brain’s chemistry is altered. When this happens, a person loses the ability to simply say no to the substance. They need it because their brain demands it. At some point, a person may no longer be able to stop using on their own. Recognizing addiction is the first step. Then, professional treatment can help,...

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The Importance of Safe Detox
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The Importance of Safe Detox

By on May 26, 2020 in Blog, Detox |

When you’ve made the decision to get drug or alcohol treatment, one of the first steps is to rid your body of the chemicals and toxins. This is by far the most important part of the process for those with moderate to severe addiction. To be effective and safe, detox has to be done properly, preferably with medical supervision. Detoxing at home is more painful and...

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