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Find the Best Drug and Alcohol Detox Right Now – And Get Your life Back!

· Have you reached your limit with the problems drugs and alcohol are causing in your life?

· Does someone you care about need help right now?

· Are you scared that there might be a disaster if you don’t do something right away?

We understand that you need help. You can’t do this alone.

There are hundreds of different types of detox treatments. We will help you find the one that’s right for you!

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Get to Know the Types of Drug and Alcohol Detox – Don’t Fly Blind

There are several basic types of detox treatments, and there several variations on each of type. Here are some of the basics.

Home Detox

Home detox is the most basic type of substance abuse detox. It’s an attempt to “go it alone” with no medical supervision. The main problem is the high failure rate. Almost no one can get through the withdrawal symptoms, so they quit and return to drugs or alcohol. Also, home detox means quitting “cold turkey” – which can be dangerous, or even fatal. Everyone has to get through the withdrawal symptoms, and home detox is the most difficult way to do it.

Outpatient Detox

Outpatient detox is like home detox, except a medical person is “on call” in case things go wrong while you detox at home or a hotel room somewhere. Unfortunately, withdrawing from drugs or alcohol can generate sudden, debilitating physical, emotional or behavioral events. The patient can’t even get to the telephone, never mind think straight.

Inpatient Detox

During inpatient detox, the patient lives in the center where he or she is receiving the detox. Nurses and doctors are sometimes present to deliver medical help as needed. But most drug or alcohol detox facilities are one-size-fits-all – everyone is treated the same. They stay in a bed or a room and struggle through withdrawal. On the other hand, there are safe and effective medical detox centers where each patient may be given drugs for a very short time, just a few days, to get them through the worst of it.

Rapid Detox

Rapid detox treatment is an extremely risky treatment only used for opiate addiction. Patients are placed under general anesthesia for six hours or more, and injected with massive amounts of drugs that force an opiate withdrawal, and the body goes through the terrible stress of detoxing from opiates. Many patients have suffered after-effects for months, and a significant number have died. Numerous studies have concluded that rapid detox has more risks than benefits, is no more effective than other types of detox, and costs a whole lot more.

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