Important New Video: Detox Programs as a Crucial Gateway to Drug and Alcohol Rehab
New video emphasizes the importance of clients attending a drug detox program prior to full integration into an active recovery treatment plan.
New video presented by The Recovery Place drug rehab and alcohol treatment center emphasizes the importance of clients attending a drug detox program prior to full integration into an active recovery treatment plan.
Jeffry, who is now in active recovery, supports this important premise. “I was using up to 50 bags of heroin a day, so just three or four days of detox just wasn’t going to cut it.” By entering a drug detox rehab first, Jeffry’s withdrawal symptoms were medically managed. His anxiety was controlled and he was able to sleep better. Effective detox made him able to transition into intensive alcohol and drug therapy and life management activities.
Drug and alcohol detox is an important first step once the decision to get help is made. Many addicts and alcoholics fear rehab because of the anxiety, cravings and other withdrawal symptoms that they know they will experience when then enter rehab and are cut off from drugs and alcohol. An effective drug and alcohol detox problem can make a huge difference in whether someone is able to be successful in their other recovery efforts.
The Recovery Place supports detox first, by medical management of the physical symptoms. Detox programs help clients become more mentally and physically stable so that they can begin the hard work of recovery.
Some people require a drug detox program that also assists them with their alcohol abuse.
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