Your recovery journey begins with detox, which rids the body of the substances that have been overwhelming it for so long. It is an exhausting process, but once you have completed it, you will find the hope and health you need to put the pieces of your life back together again.
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- What is Drug Detox?
- When is Detox Necessary?
- Why Should I Attend Professional Detox?
- What Are the Side Effects of Drug Detox?
- How Much Does Detox Cost?
- How Long Does Detox Take?
- Which Detox Should I Go To?
What Is Drug Detox?
Drug detox is the process of ridding your body of the drugs it has become accustomed to. When done properly, it also replenishes the vitamins and minerals you need to heal.
When Is Detox Necessary?
It can be challenging to know when it is time to seek out help, but there are signs to help you determine when detox is necessary:
- Failed relationships, finances and career
- Severe symptoms and health issues
- Acute withdrawal symptoms
- The inability to quit using
Why Should I Attend Professional Detox?
When you attend a professional detox center, you will receive 24/7 care and supervision to ensure that your treatment is as safe, comfortable and relaxing as possible. It will also remove you from familiar places and people, reducing cravings and increasing your chances for success
What Are the Side Effects of Drug Detox?
Though every experience is different, some of the side effects of drug detox can include:
How Much Does Detox Cost?
On average, professional detox costs $1,000–7,000 a week, but some residential programs include that in the cost of treatment. If you have insurance, it is possible that it will cover at least a portion of the cost as well.
How Long Does Detox Take?
Detox can take anywhere from two days to two weeks, depending on the types of drugs you use, how long you have been using and your personal response to the treatment.
What Detox Should I Go To?
Let us help you sort through the options. At no cost, we will get to know you and find a detox center that matches your treatment requirements.
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