Saturday, 21 January 2017

Drug and Alcohol Detoxification Procees

Drug and alcohol detox

Drug and Alcohol Detox
Because of the extreme differences in withdrawal symptoms, some drugs are much more dangerous to detox from. It is very important to understand the differences. In some instances, you may be able to detox at home or in a non-medical detox center. In other cases, you may require a hospital detox to avoid serious health complications, including death.

Opiate detox
Certain illegal drugs, such as heroin, are also opiates. Methadone is an opiate that is often prescribed to treat pain, but may also be used to treat withdrawal symptoms in people who have become addicted to opiates. Many systems in your body are altered when you take large amounts of opiates for a long time

Alcohol Detox
Alcohol detox is an important preliminary step in the management of alcoholism. It is a medically supervised period of alcohol withdrawal. During this period, a doctor may administer medications to control symptoms, and the individual is monitored by health professionals to ensure his or her safety.

If you decide to detox from alcohol on the couch it is best to have a phone very close by in case the detoxer suddenly needs an ambulance

If you are not educated in this matter, it would be wise to speak with someone who is to gain advice and experienced direction.

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