Long-term alcohol and drug abuse causes severe mental and physical consequences. The presence of these chemicals causes your brain to adapt and compensate by changing the delicate balance of neurotransmitters. Your internal organs work overtime to process the harmful substances, while your musculoskeletal system reacts to changes in your brain chemistry, throwing your entire system out of balance. Your body develops a new normal over time, one that is controlled by the presence of your drug of choice. Thus, many drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs begin with inpatient detox.
When you detox from a substance and eliminate it from your system, you experience physical and psychological withdrawal. The acute stages of withdrawal might last between three and ten days, depending on the amount and duration of use. It’s critical to safeguard yourself or a loved one from the potentially fatal problems that come with the acute stage of withdrawal. That is why it is critical to get treatment at a facility that offers medically supervised detoxification. Sunrise Detox delivers inpatient medical detox that is customized to the specific needs of each individual and is given by certified medical specialists. Inpatient medical detox keeps you under medical care in a secure environment that responds to your unique needs.
Withdrawal symptoms can range from high anxiety to tremors, heart palpitations and other life-threatening symptoms.Care in an inpatient medical detox facility, away from the stresses of daily life, will provide you the assurance that you are not alone in this crucial step toward recovery. Sunrise Detox is an experienced team of addiction professionals that work one-on-one with each patient to treat withdrawal symptoms, such as extreme anxiety, tremors, heart palpitations and other life-threatening symptoms. For long-term drug and alcohol addiction, inpatient medical detox is the preferred treatment option.
Sunrise Detox is committed to helping people who struggle with Substance Use Disorder (SUD), alcoholism and co-occurring disorders recover. If you or anyone you know needs help with addiction treatment, please contact Sunrise Detox now, and our professional medical staff will be ready to assist.