What’s The Detox Process For Alcohol Addiction Treatment?

Alcohol addiction is common in the country and this disease has touched and affected many lives. Addiction is a disease that changes how a person’s brain and central nervous system function, making it hard for them to stop drinking, even if they wanted to. Over time, they become dependent on alcohol to function, and failure to drink results in unpleasant withdrawal symptoms.

Those struggling with alcohol addiction are often unable to quit drinking despite the negative consequences of the addiction. They may have experienced problems at home, school, or work due to their drinking habit but are unable to help themselves. Some may even have tried quitting at some point only to go back to drinking.          

The best way to beat alcohol addiction is by seeking professional help. Various rehabs and addiction treatment facilities offer excellent addiction treatment programs on an inpatient or outpatient basis. Depending on the severity of your addiction as well as your lifestyle or responsibilities, you can choose to either attend residential alcohol addiction treatment or an outpatient treatment program.

However, before going into any of these treatment programs, you first need to undergo detox treatment which takes anywhere from 3 days to a week or more, depending on your level of addiction.

Detox Treatment for Alcohol Addiction

Detoxification is often the initial step in treating alcohol addiction. While not a type of treatment by itself, detox allows your body to get rid of the alcohol and any toxins from it out of your system. This can be a risky process especially if you have been drinking for a long time as it can trigger severe, life-threatening withdrawal symptoms including delirium tremens, tremors, and seizures. Because of this, alcohol detox should be done under professional medical care and supervision.

Doctors can keep an eye on you and also give you medication to make withdrawal symptoms more comfortable to bear. This includes medication such as anticonvulsants, benzodiazepines and antipsychotics.

Before going into detox treatment, you will need to undergo a thorough assessment. This helps the medical personnel to learn your previous history of alcohol abuse as well as your psychiatric and medical history. This way they can determine your risk for withdrawal symptoms and also check for any co-occurring health issues.

If you’re at high risk of severe withdrawal symptoms, you’re best suited for detox in an inpatient setting. This way you’ll be monitored 24/7 during withdrawal. On the other hand, if you have mild to moderate withdrawal symptoms, you can go through detox on an outpatient basis. This means that you visit the treatment center for treatment then go back home.

Get the Alcohol Addiction Help You Need

Alcohol addiction can take over your life, but this doesn’t have to be the case. With the right treatment at the Findlay Recovery Center in Ohio, you can beat alcohol addiction. We also offer drug addiction treatment for those who need it.

Contact us today and let us provide the professional help you need to rebuild your life.

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